• France Wins 2nd World Cup Title, Beats Croatia 4-2

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  • Amazon & Nordstrom: A Tale of Two Sales

    Hello BoF Professionals, welcome to our latest members-only briefing: The Week Ahead. Think of it as your ‘cheat sheet’ to what everyone will be talking about on Monday. THE CHEAT SHEET Amazon & Nordstrom: A Tale of Two Sales Amazon website | Source: Shutterstock Amazon Prime Day is this Monday,...
  • Theresa May Calls on Britons to Back Her Plan, or Risk No Brexit

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  • The Ledger: Satoshi Wannabes, Bitcoin’s Role in Russian Election Interference, Vitalik Clapping

    Satoshi Nakamoto tweeted at me last week. The previous week, the same person had emailed me, as he—or she, or they—has been doing since April, claiming to be the creator of Bitcoin and describing a forthcoming book that would supposedly “explain what happened to us and why we left...
  • In New York, Men's Fashion Week Is Hanging On

    NEW YORK, United States — Let’s hear it for the menswear market: Sales for luxury men’s apparel and accessories are set to outpace womenswear in the coming years; a recent spate of changes in the creative ranks at big houses like Louis Vuitton, Dior and Burberry has created buzz from press...
  • In US and UK, Political Storms Threaten Fashion

    Hello BoF Professionals, your exclusive This Week in Fashion briefing is ready, with members-only analysis on the key topic of the week and a digest of the week’s top news. This week, while much of the world was busy watching football, political storms on both sides of the Atlantic...
  • DealBook Briefing: Trump’s Brexit Bombshell for Trade

    This is bad news for Comcast: Doubts around vertical mergers drive the antitrust concerns about its bid for much of 21st Century Fox. “Lobbing in this hand grenade right now sort of seals Comcast’s fate,” the analyst Craig Moffett told the NYT. Photo Credit Noah Berger/Associated Press Facebook’s privacy...
  • Hudson's Bay Drops Ivanka Trump's Brand Due to Weak Performance

    TORONTO, Canada — Hudson’s Bay Co. said it will stop selling Ivanka Trump’s goods at its Canadian namesake stores, citing slow sales. The Toronto-based company, which also owns Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, will phase out the brand at its namesake chain and website this fall, a spokeswoman...
  • The Workologist: When a Colleague Is Driving You Crazy

    Workologist Sometimes resolving a workplace annoyance means a blunt, and embarrassing, conversation with someone who means no harm. Here’s how to decide whether it’s worth it — and how you might proceed. CreditMaria Nguyen Send your workplace conundrums to [email protected], including your name and contact information (even if you...