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The African Fashion scene has continued to grow tremendously over the years with an industry potential worth billions of dollars. As we experience the rise of new designers, retailers, tech entrepreneurs and path finders changing the face of the fashion industry, there's no doubt that Africa's economy has beamed more light on the immense opportunities evident in this industry while attracting possible long-term investments for its growth.
Will luxury travel experiences be competing with luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Tiffany's and Hermes? Or is this a trend in fashion like a pair of bell-bottom jeans?
As consumers become more knowledgeable about what other consumers are experiencing, the demands for excellent customer service increase. The vast majority of consumers say they will walk out of a store if they receive inadequate assistance from employees. Nowhere is this more impactful than in the luxury market.
The holiday season is here again. With it comes retail's busiest time of the year and an opportunity to look at how technology is affecting the retail industry now and what's to come next year.
Data from last year shows that more of the shopping done over Thanksgiving weekend is now moving online, as consumers place orders from the comfort of their homes and arrange to pick up their purchases in-store.
You're in final negotiations to buy a new car and the dealer is urging you to protect your $20,000-plus investment by purchasing an extended warranty (also known as a service contract). Are these costly add-ons worth the expense or simply a sucker bet intended to boost the seller's bottom line?
Mark Thierman joins HuffPost Live to give us the details on Amazon's Supreme Court case.
'H&M' is apologizing after many accused the clothing company of profiting off an outfit that resembles the uniform worn by Kurdish women fighting against ISIS.
Food labels have an increasingly important role to play in providing consumers with greater assurances that their food really is being produced to specific welfare and environmental standards.
The case has pitted women's and employees' rights against business interests, with Robin Conrad of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Wal-Mart's abandonment of founder Sam Walton's own beliefs that have led them to become such a distasteful presence to an increasing number of communities and shoppers.