Before taking the stage at PSFK's upcoming Future of Retail Conference on January 16, LIVELY CEO and founder Michelle Cordeiro Grant explains how the women's apparel company is marshaling the power of community to build a brand that is consumer-centric, data-driven and focused on maintaining a dialogue with its audience
Professor Steve Keen is taking to crowdfunding to continue his alternative economics research
As the retailer opens its doors earlier than ever for Thanksgiving sales, it faces its first strike in 50 years by disgruntled employees.
Kiva will now help small-businesses in America that are still reeling from the recession to hire new staff, helping with the unemployment rate.
More women are actually reacting to the recession and spending less.
US patrons have not been frequenting restaurants as much. New numbers show a decrease in visitors in the first three quarters.
The automobile company showcases the funny side of moving forward after a layoff in their new Prius holiday campaign.
The natural and organic grocery store has managed to keep costs down and maintain integrity and economic growth despite the economy.
"The future is about gigs and assets and art and an ever-shifting series of partnerships and projects. It will change the fabric of our society along the way."
The weak US dollar is forcing Fiat to consider shifting production of its sport-utility vehicles to America.
Chief executive of advertising giant WPP, Sir Martin Sorrell says the West will continue to see a recession for the next three years.