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Delivery & Logistics German Startup Delivers Curated Outfits Directly To Men's Doors

Using a combination of personal stylists and artificial intelligence, Outfittery aims to address the pain points of shopping for menswear through personalization and convenience

Banks, Insurance & Financial Services EasyJet's Banking Offshoot Aims To Make Investing More Accessible

The newly launched company from the founder of easyJet is offering an Innovative Finance ISA alongside other perks to everyday investors

Grocery, Convenience & Supermarket Interview: Translating Ideas In International Retail To Domestic Innovation

Zia Daniell Wigder of Shoptalk spotlights retail innovations from Europe and Asia that U.S. retailers should study

Automotive Shell's New Power Stations Recharge Electric Vehicles In As Little As Five Minutes

The stations, part of a joint venture with several different car manufactures, will be launching across 10 European countries

Fitness & Sport Get Up Close And Personal With Your Favorite Soccer Stars Thanks To Premium Tickets

The Manchester City Tunnel Club will offer fans a chance to access exclusive areas around the tunnel that leads from the dressing rooms into the field

Advertising 22,000 People Agree To Community Service In Return For Free Wi-Fi

Toilet scrubbing was just one of the tasks hidden in the fine print

Health How Google Is Working To Keep Medical Information Private

Scrubbing medical records from search should help limit the damage caused by leaks, hacks and errors by medical institutions

Design Why Seoul's Garden Bridge Is A Success In Urban Planning

Seoul’s ambitious Skygarden revives a disused elevated 1970s highway with 24,000 plants – and is open to all, 24 hours a day

Food & Beverage Supermarket Customers Decide The Price Of Food That Is Less Than Perfect

A grocery store in Cologne, Germany is helping alleviate food waste with a new business model

Retail Robotic Pickers Pack Bags In This Online Supermarket

Ocado is evaluating whether shopping orders could be packed entirely by robots

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Kiosk-Free Bike Share Program Set Its Sights On San Francisco

SF startup Spin is looking to introduce a new program where rental information is stored inside the bike through Bluetooth and GPS rather than at a station

Features High Fashion Comments On Britain's Upcoming EU Referendum Vote

Not even London's menswear shows were immune from opinion on the upcoming decision

Syndicated Vivienne Westwood Supports EU Ecocide Law

Fashion designer pushes for signatures on a petition to make harming the environment a punishable crime.

Technology 404 Error Pages Turned Into Missing Children Ads

The Notfound project encourages businesses to use their 'page not found' errors to publish pictures of missing children in the EU.