The U.S. Death Rate Rose Significantly During the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 was the third-most-common cause of death in the U.S. in 2020, contributing to more than 375,000 deaths, and a 16% increase in the national death rate, according to provisional… Read more

Care- Indian retail sector to touch $1150bn by 2020

Some of the other factors that will lead to the growth of the industry are increased participation of retailers and manufacturers in the organised retail segment, higher discretionary spends, promotional… Read more

Alphabet’s new CEO Pichai now sole target on Google regulatory battles

Pichai, who has been CEO of Alphabet’s Google for four years now, was named to the additional post of CEO of Alphabet on Tuesday, making him the public face of… Read more

Sears sues Lampert, claiming he looted company and drove it into bankruptcy

The lawsuit, made public on Thursday, was filed by the restructuring team winding down what remains of the pre-bankruptcy Sears following Lampert’s $5.2 billion (£4 billion) purchase in February of… Read more

Restrictions dented shopper footfall last month after reopening rush

In fact, tracking specialist Springboard said on Monday that “demand for retail withered despite a surge in footfall during the reopening rush”.And why exactly did footfall tail off very quickly… Read more

Ba&sh commits to regenerative agriculture projects

As part of the partnership, Ba&sh is injecting funds into farms in Uruguay that are transitioning to regenerative practices, and simultaneously integrating regenerative wool into its collections.The move is part… Read more

Coach aims to drive circularity with Coachtopia docu-series

  It goes behind the scenes of Coachtopia “to shed light on rarely documented aspects of the global fashion industry”. Launching this week with its first episode, hosted by visual storyteller,… Read more

55% of UK clothing retailers considering banning ‘serial returners’

The phenomenon of online shoppers ordering more items than they intend to keep is on the rise, with over one third of UK retailers seeing an uplift in serial returners… Read more

With creches shut, mothers forced out of garment factory jobs in India

Indian clothing factories resumed production eight weeks ago as the country’s coronavirus restrictions were eased, but they have kept their creches shut, leaving working parents in the lurch and forcing… Read more
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