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Many of our favorite holidays were invented by brands to pad sales. There is no official body that approves holidays in the United States (Congress can only set federal holidays), which is why there are so many of them.
Amazon is doing what it can to highlight its own brands, even as customers are searching for name brands, by putting itself front and center, according to a report in CNBC.
From Amazon to your computer's power button, these objects, brands, and photos have hidden symbols, surprising origins, or lesser-known meanings.
Companies depend on loyal customers to keep their cash flowing and businesses thriving. But it can often take only one incident to turn companies’ most dedicated fans against them, costing them millions. Here are 10 companies that found themselves in a scandal that moved customers to turn on them.
Brands are direct-messaging 13-year-olds on Instagram to pay them $5 or $10 at a time to promote products without a contract
Retail brands are allowing teenagers and pre-teens to get in on the influencer game. According to a report in the Atlantic, teens often make between $5 and $20 for posting sponsored content from small startup brands.
Today's teens aren't what they were in the 1990s and 2000s. Millennials loved Abercrombie and Facebook, but Gen Zs tend to wear fast fashion and athleisure. And they've dumped Facebook for Snapchat and Instagram.
Ivanka Trump’s fashion company is shutting down. Here’s the full story of the first daughter’s business from its founding to the end...
Ivanka Trump's fashion company announced on Tuesday that it would be shuttering its business. Trump first started out in the fashion business in 2007.
Pro-LGBTQ-rights consumers vow to boycott Chick-fil-A after it announces it’s opening in Toronto — here’s why the fast-food chain is...
This week, Chick-fil-A announced that it will open more than a dozen Toronto locations, but some residents weren't too pleased. The fast-food chain has a long, contentious relationship with the LGBT+ community, since it has donated millions to groups that work against gay rights.
Market research firm Morning Consult surveyed a pool of millennial shoppers to find out what they expect from brands. Many of the top-rated brands were tech companies, including YouTube, Google, Netflix, and Amazon.