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A startup called Happy Returns is building a nationwide network of return points inside malls and mom-and-pop stores, Recode reports.
The guidelines, expected to be published at the end of the month, are non-binding but further legislation is not ruled out by Spring 2018
AR on phones is a very important step on the path to full AR. But it's a step that should be understood as one with limitations.
Target also says it will hire 4,500 people at its distribution and fulfillment centers.
The biggest problem with malls is apparel, says Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group chairman and chief executive officer, sharing his thoughts on the future of malls and weighing in on special purpose acquisition companies versus going public.
Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp, now owned by Facebook, will leave the messaging service company to start a new foundation, he said in a Facebook post.
The Nordstrom family is close to a deal with private equity firm Leonard Green to take the retailer private.
Apple is getting a lot of buzz after the unveiling of its highly anticipated iPhone X.
Apple's facial recognition system Face ID may not prove popular with consumers who do not trust biometric security
The Dick Tracy watch is finally here, says Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, weighing in on Apple's newest innovative products, including the iPhone X, the iPhone 8, and upgrades to Apple Watch.
Christoph Stürmer, global lead analyst for autos at PWC, takes a look at what’s been offered at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with comment on the rise in popularity of electrification.
Christoph Stürmer, global lead analyst for autos at PWC, talks about what the British automakers brought to the table at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with comment on Brexit.
Ultimately the success of electric cars depends on convincing buyers the range and cost are comparable to gasoline vehicles, says Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor, Kelley Blue Book.
Jeff Pu of Yuanta Research says the reason behind the fall in Taiwan-listed Apple suppliers could be linked to the higher-than-expected pricing of Apple's new iPhone X and iPhone 8.
Supply issues with the new OLED screens could explain the delayed iPhone X release date but sales of Apple handsets still likely to increase in 2018, says Tay Xiaohan of IDC.
Authorities in China, Japan, Singapore and the United States are looking for ways to control the rise in digital tokens.
Apple's latest iPhone is likely too expensive to make a big dent in emerging Asia, but older models will see price cuts in a strategy to bring new iOS users into the fold, says Ishan Dutt, research analyst, Canalys.
Josh Blechman, director of Capital Markets, ACSI Funds, says a key to Apple is the ability to get consumers who like iOS to buy other products such as iTunes.
Batteries developed to improve the range of electric vehicles used to make them too costly and heavy, but that could soon change, says Marc Fenigstein, CEO of Alta Motors.