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If your closets are stuffed but your wallet's too thin, a startup called thredUP is taking the hassle out of consignment with free pickup service.
The Kanye West-designed Yeezy Boost 350s Adidas Originals sold out in the time it takes to listen to his new album twice.
Hollywood weighs in on whether or not digital platforms are viewed the same as traditional TV and film distribution.
In April, Adore Me will open its first retail shop. Its mission: to rival Victoria's Secret by offering an appointment-only experience.
Ford Motor is recalling 51,470 Transit wagons in North American because the rear seat belts may not latch properly.
Pizza Hut is the latest to start giving away free stuff for customers born on Leap Day.
U.K. telecoms giant has been ordered by the country's communications watchdog to open its cable network to rivals.
Burger King's move into the hot dog market has sparked an industry wide "wiener war."
Target's digital sales shot a robust 34 percent higher during the holiday period.
Speed versus safety — not sticker price — shape these vehicles' premium rates, an annual Insure.com study reveals.
Instagram just hit a major milestone: It now has more than 200,000 monthly active advertisers paying to reach its 400-million-plus active users.
If you want to see the impact that digital technology is having on traditional media, look no further than sports.
Car owners are saying many of their vehicles' high-tech features fail to work on a regular basis.
Restaurants put meals on the menu to cater to diners who aren't coming to the restaurant for their specialty — and they have to be good.
Carmaker reaches its mid-term targets ahead of schedule, helped by cost cuts, price increases and a recovery in European demand.
Driverless and connected cars will be "modular," allowing drivers to replace parts and upgrade software to keep the vehicle up to date.
Angie’s List CEO Scott Durchslag discusses his company's pricing model and how he intends to attract new members to the service.
Starbucks just made a major legal precedent for alcohol... in Utah.
Pork belly supplies in cold storage jumped in January. More supplies could mean there’s less demand, less consumption and bacon prices will drop.
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