Dallas, TX-based RewardStyle has filed a pre-suit petition to depose representatives of Popsugar and ShopStyle who were recently sued for using influencer images and replacing their content with other affiliate links.
Jalal Kamani, founding director of UK online fashion retailer Boohoo.com, has invested £100,000 in a Manchester-based fashion and footwear agency whose clients include Footasylum, New Balance and Lacoste.
Google’s delayed entry into a consortium of advertising tech companies has spoiled the members’ push to comply with a new European privacy law, people involved in the program said, leaving some firms exposed to fines.
Businesses engaged in online advertising are taking divergent approaches to a new European data protection law, with some shutting services to ensure compliance while others test the limits of what is allowed.
A federal investigation into Facebook's data breach with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica has broadened focus on the actions and statements of the tech giant, the Washington Post reported on Monday.
UK consumer confidence is down in June and that’s bad news for the fashion sector with researcher GfK saying “consumers in pre-Brexit UK are less confident about the economy and seem set on self-imposed austerity.”
NY-based jewelry designer Gabriel & Co. has partnered with Elie Saab for the latest installment of its Designer Flash series, a curated jewelry assortment and podcast series revealing insights from featured designers.
Alphabet Inc’s Google announced on Wednesday the biggest-ever rebranding of its advertising software, retiring the DoubleClick and AdWords brands to streamline entry points for advertisers and ad sellers.
Video makers with millions of subscribers on YouTube expressed frustration at a trade show last week that the service notifies only a portion of their followers about new posts, causing declines in viewership.
The social-selling cosmetics company announced on Monday the launch of its first podcast series, "Make it Happen: Powered by Avon", which will feature discussions aimed at entrepreneurs in the beauty industry.
Chinese internet giant Tencent will only take its social networking platforms, music and gaming services to an international audience if it believes there is a gap in the market it can fill, a senior said on Thursday.