The Italian jeweler is launching a fundraiser, beginning with a donation of 100,000 euros, to help women subjected to violence at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
Maven, Group Nine, Vice and Fortune are among those having to make cuts due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Several major companies and cities across the country are offering aid to small businesses experiencing severe consequences due to the pandemic.
Nearly 320,000 jobs and 8,815 companies are in jeopardy.
With 5,500 workers around the globe, Carharrt will be focusing this manufacturing effort in the U.S.
The drive-through is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Companies are drawing down cash, and retailers could operate for several months in the current environment.
Brooklyn-based Catbird took to Instagram to inform followers on how its tackling financial fallout from the coronavirus.
Adyen's Roelant Prins said "small, pragmatic steps over time will ultimately yield big change."
The partnership will support the launch of Inturn's next-generation enterprise software solution.
With Chinese pop idol and the face of Prada Cai Xukun on the cover.
Data from Adobe shows buy online, pick up in-store, also known as "click and collect," rose more than 60 percent as consumers remained in lockdown.
The effort is part of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton's efforts to supply health-care personnel with masks during the coronavirus crisis.
The textile trade fair, originally slated for July, will move to Sept. 7 to 9.
The Emmy Award winner will work with the brand on sustainability and women’s empowerment efforts.
With modeling work coming to a standstill, some agencies are laying off workers and some are getting requests for delayed payments.
Rihanna, wearing a durag designed by Stephen Jones Millinery, fronts the May edition of British Vogue.
See the couple's final post to their 11.3 million followers.
The new managing director for North America joins the company at a time when the bridal industry is being pulverized by fallout from the coronavirus.
A quarter of that will go to local media, which has been struggling due to a slump in advertising.