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Silicon Valley’s decade: From Facebook’s promise of social networking to the anxiety of social distancing

In this week's Trending we look at the changes rocking Silicon Valley in the age of coronavirus, from venture capital and startups, to Airbnb.
Glossier is temporarily closing its stores.

Glossier is temporarily closing its stores amid the coronavirus outbreak in a watershed moment for the retail industry

"We're not alarmists, we're realists. While this may not be the right decision for every company, it's the one where we feel we can make an impact."
Today's customer wants instant gratification and personalization.

These 17 companies are revolutionizing the retail industry

From Amazon to StockX, we've rounded up 17 of the companies whose recent innovations are transforming the landscape of the retail industry.

6 of our favorite products from Glossier, the internet’s favorite beauty startup

Glossier has achieved cult-like status for its barely-there beauty products. Here are six of our favorites from the brand

Glossier’s fiber mascara solves all of my mascara problems — it adds length and definition without clumping or smudging

Glossier's Lash Slick mascara has little fibers that add length and definition to my eyelashes without clumping or smudging.
Glossier is now valued at a $1.2 billion company.

Direct-to-consumer brands came into their own in 2019. Here are the trends that marked their evolution from challengers into viable businesses.

DTC brands embraced traditional advertising, set up their own content studios, and made inroads into physical retail.
Warby Parker set off a revolution for how retail startups sell and market their products.

10 notable retail companies that defined the 2010s

We'll remember these 10 companies for their impressive sales, commitments to larger values, innovative products, and industry-wide impact.
WeWork founder Adam Neumann, Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake, Stripe founder Patrick Collison, and Shopify founder Tobias Lütke

Venture capitalists reveal the startups that changed everything in the last decade

By leveraging smartphones, online marketplaces, and cheap access to technology, startups like Uber and Shopify became the talk of the town.

From Sears to TJ Maxx, these were the biggest winners and losers in retail over the past decade

We take a look at who died, survived, and thrived in the retail sector during the most recent decade.

Glossier’s new partnership with Nordstrom proves the luxury department store remains a favorite for e-commerce brands looking to dabble in brick...

In a retail climate where legacy department stores like Barneys are shuttering, Nordstrom continues to thrive.