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  • Olivia Wilde fetes designer, dress for Conscious Commerce

    Olivia Wilde fetes designer, dress for Conscious Commerce
    New York fashion designer Yoana Baraschi celebrated the 10th anniversary of her business last week at the Anthropologie store in Beverly Hills. The fete showcased the designer’s exclusive 11-piece anniversary line, including the New Light dress ($...
  • What to expect from company health insurance plans in 2014

    What to expect from company health insurance plans in 2014
    Obamacare may be in the spotlight, but an estimated 16 million California employees are facing healthcare decisions of their own — at work. Like most other Americans, a majority of Californians get their insurance through their employers. Although...
  • Retail sales warm up in May amid good weather

    Retail sales in May had their best month since January, as warmer weather and a stock market rally drew out shoppers who had spent March and April cooped up indoors. Same-store sales across the board rose an estimated 3.9%, slightly beating expectations...
  • Ernst & Young, now EY, has a 'sexy boys' problem

    Ernst & Young, now EY, has a 'sexy boys' problem
    Before Ernst & Young rebranded itself EY, maybe it should have run a quick Google search. The giant London-based accounting firm and professional services company now shares a name with a racy magazine, EY! Magateen. The magazine, which features...
  • June retail sales rise 4.1%; biggest jump since January

    June retail sales rise 4.1%; biggest jump since January
    A welcome trinity of factors -- perkier job prospects, summer temperatures and more affordable prices -- helped retail sales in June beat expectations. Same-store sales at shops open at least a year -- a measure that strips out the volatility of...
  • A Psy 'Gagnam style' food truck? It's real, with bibimbap

    A Psy 'Gagnam style' food truck? It's real, with bibimbap
    If you've been downtown recently, you may have noticed the image of Psy, the Korean pop sensation, on the side of a bright green food truck. The white suit-donning star, who made a name for himself with the 2012 hit "Gagnam Style," has partnered with...
  • With Bangladesh, is the consumer partially at fault?

     
    By Jessica Reynolds Quick: How many of you can name which country each item of clothing you're currently wearing came from? I'll assume it's no one. Most of us probably couldn't even say which brand each piece belongs to without......
  • Meet the makers of Lady Gaga's meat dress

    Meet the makers of Lady Gaga's meat dress
    When Lady Gaga appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards in a meat dress last September, I screamed with delight. I immediately wanted to meet the designer behind the controversial creation. On March 3, I got my chance when I attended a show featuring the...
  • One pair of pants, 10 days

    One pair of pants, 10 days
    This all started because I was too lazy to hang up my clothes. A few weeks ago, I was changing my clothes after work and tossed my pants on a bedroom chair. Actually, I dropped them on the floor. The next morning, the pants were right there —...
  • American Apparel Model: CEO Made Me His Sex Slave

    American Apparel Model: CEO Made Me His Sex Slave
    American Apparel founder Dov Charney, 42, is being sued for allegedly sodomizing one of his young models on her 18th birthday, then turning her into his sex slave. Charney reportedly forced the girl to send him nude pictures and texts, before finally...
  • Suit: American Apparel CEO held teen as sex slave

    American Apparel founder and chief executive Dov Charney is being sued for $250 million by a woman who said he treated her as a sex slave when she was a teenage sales employee at the clothing chain. Irene Morales of Brooklyn, New York, has accused...