Founder Blake Mycoskie also launched a massive postcard operation to urge politicians to pass universal background checks.
New shoes and glasses draw inspiration from the iconic queer artist's work.
For a couple of the frontrunners who will remain nameless, if you look at their history and financial successes, few have
“It’s a scarf girls and women can wear all over the world, whether as a fashion accessory or a beautiful headscarf or hijab.”
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Millennials are on track to spend $200 billion per year starting in 2017. One of the many things that sets this generation
Too many businesses are concerned with making money, and not about creating value. Moving into the new era of startups, we are discovering business models that are making not only a financial impact on our economies, but an environmental impact.
Leading the pack was Toms, the 9-year-old retailer known for its one-for-one business model -- buy a pair of shoes (or eyeglasses
To understand how a gorgeous supermodel transitioned to understanding public health issues surrounding women's maternal health in depth, you must know Turlington is not your typical model.
Today, successful brands create social movements around themselves: the key proposition is not 'buy me' but rather, 'join me.'
The Kolhapuris are comfortable, stylish and quite durable and are available in a variety of designs, patterns and colors. They can be easily used for any occasion, and can cater to a large genre of audience. Almost every age group can find something that may strike their fancy.
It's often easy to look at the past and see how leaders pushed through fear. But, in the present, it can be painfully difficult to push through fear when it's so much easier to sit comfortably. Not take a leap of faith. Not start an idea. Not question a boss.
According to the store's website, "every TOMS for Target apparel, accessory and home good purchase results in the donation
While incredibly supportive of the social enterprise movement, Kevin Jones cautioned that TOMS may have to take care to ensure
TOMS markets itself as an ethical footwear company, donating one pair of shoes to a child in need in a developing country
These budget impasses remind me of the movie Groundhog Day. There have got to be some innovative thinkers outside and inside government who can get us out of this rut of repeating the same mistakes over and over again.
A: With TOMS Shoes, we work with more than 75 Shoe Giving Partners who have ongoing programs to help kids, families, and