Snapchat-owner Snap Inc said Tim Stone, an Amazon.com Inc veteran who had led the integration of the online retailer’s $13.7-billion Whole Foods acquisition, would replace Andrew Vollero as chief financial officer.
Julianne Moore, Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda are just some of the renowned women who will be taking to the stage during the Cannes festival to air their views on cinema, beauty, and female empowerment for L'Oréal Paris.
Walgreens has launched SkinID in partnership with Johnson & Johnson, an online skincare advisor offering personalized recommendations in a three-step regimen based on inputs customers share about their skin types.
Against the backdrop of dicussions during March of a possible merger between Marie Claire and Mondadori, the magazine, headed by Mariainne Mairesse, has unveiled its newest iteration, with a stronger fashion slant.
The virtual fitting room solution announced on Monday that it has appointed industry veteran Carmen Ayala as vice president of sales, tasked introducing the platform to new designers and fashion brands.
Facebook Inc’s Messenger app launched an augmented reality feature on Tuesday to allow people to see products they are shopping for as if they already have them, in a move aimed at drawing in potential advertisers.
Snap Inc fell short of Wall Street forecasts for revenue and regular users on Tuesday after a redesign of its Snapchat messaging app turned off some long-time fans and advertisers, sending its shares tumbling 16 percent.
Sarah Harris has proved to be a survivor from the previous management team at British Vogue and having just returned from maternity leave has been promoted to the role of deputy editor with immediate effect.
Barneys New York has announced it is launching its first ever podcast with an eight-episode season that features style, fashion, and culture-focused discussions with designers including Rick Owens and Jonathan Adler.
Google is forcing media firms that generate revenue from its advertising services to accept unreasonable responsibilities under a new European privacy law, publisher trade groups told the Alphabet Inc unit late Sunday.
Alphabet Inc President Sergey Brin said on Friday that technology companies must take greater responsibility for the social impact of their work, following a year of heightened global awareness about digital misuse.