Burberry Group Plc CEO Angela Ahrendts At The London Stock Exchange

  1. Can Apple’s Angela Ahrendts Spark a Retail Revolution?
    When the Burberry CEO Takes over as Apple’s retail chief this spring, she’ll arrive with a sterling track record and an open, collaborative spirit that’s sure to shake things up in the executive ranks.
  2. Intel Partners with the Fashion Industry to Make Beautiful Wearables
    Intel has just announced that in the coming year, it’s partnering with fashion industry leaders like Barneys, The Council of Fashion Designers of America (the CFDA), and global fashion retailer Opening Ceremony to develop smart wristwear.
  3. CES 2014: What the Expect from Consumer Electronics in Las Vegas
    From 3D printing to curved TVs with smart wearables and Steam Machines in between.
  4. Connected Underwear Will Turn You On
    Connected sex toy company OhMiBod announced at the 2014 International CES show in Las Vegas on Monday panties that can be controlled by a partner…


  1. Why Did Apple Just Hire a Fashion Industry CEO?
    Yves Saint Laurent’s ex CEO, Paul Deneve, has left the fashion house and is now being hired by tech power company, Apple.
  2. GoldieBlox, the Toy That Aims to Get Girls Hooked on Engineering is Coming to a Toys ‘R’ Us Near You
    The California based startup will now be selling their engineering and science themed girls’ toys at the major toy store, Toys ‘R’ Us.
  3. Smartwatches Hit the Mainstream, Pebble Lands at Best Buy
    The Kickstarter smartwatch startup, Pebble, has recently landed a deal to sell its wearable tech devices at Best Buy.
  4. Shop Louis Vuitton at Your Fingertips
    As many high luxury brands have become a part of the mobile commerce giant, Louis Vuitton decided to join and publicly announce it via an animated video.


  1. Apple Applies for iWatch Trademark
    After many rumors and many launches of tech watches, Apple seems to jumping on board with the wearable tech movement.
  2. Spaaza MyPrice, Stipple Shopping,
    Spaaza MyPrice is a service that customizes store prices depending on a customer’s social activity or loyalty to the store.
  3. Made-to-Order Fashion Goes Mainstream
    Not so long ago, retail customization was still something unknown and unpopular. Today, companies that offer to make personalized apparel are thriving.
  4. Heat-up Anniversary Rings
    This jewelry brand has created a ring made especially for those forgetful minds.
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