When Chinese President Xi Jinping’s autocracy asks Western companies to jump, the response is usually, ‘How high?’
Victoria’s Secret is losing out to competitors like American Eagle’s Aerie, and they’ve been blaming the struggle on changing consumer demands. It’s a total disaster.
How do people find fulfillment if they don’t have religion, a sense of community, or a family? Hopefully by devoting their life to finding a way to ship mouthwash to people’s doors for ten cents cheaper.
Businesses exist to make money. Period. So what causes them to inevitably stray from things that make them money? Pride.
The Trump brand name may have been the fashion line’s ultimate downfall, but it’s potentially still the company’s most valuable asset.
Eventually, the world-renowned restaurant life in cities like New York, DC, and San Francisco will die. The only survivors will be fast-casual chains with low overhead and deep pockets.
In a speech Tuesday, Trump said immigration is necessary to sustain economic growth, but lawlessness along the southern border will not stand.
The ‘patriarchy’ artificially silos work hours into the industrial-age 9-5 with mandated benefits. A new article illuminates how this keeps women unhappy and economically scrambling.
Andy Puzder, author and former CEO of Carl’s Jr., talks economics, the fast food industry, and marketing on today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
Ben Domenech interviews CEO and founder of a luxury men’s clothing company, about business, design, and how to make a dress shirt.
Remington’s decline has been long and obvious to anyone paying attention to their falling standards in quality control and gross corporate mismanagement.
Hours after Congress passed a massive tax overhaul bill, several large companies announced they would give employees bonuses and raise wages.
With ‘Reputation,’ Taylor Swift has sold more albums in four days than any other album has sold the entire year. This is the free market at its finest.
The assumption that business and workers can only benefit in a tax overhaul at the expense of one another belies real-world experience.
So what can we really learn from Ayn Rand about running a business? It’s not what sneering business experts claim in the New York Times.
When the popularity of the well-made and comfortable mommy-gear exploded in early 2016, the company took on thousands of additional consultants and cheapened product quality.
The medium-sized and generic, forgettable malls are going the way of the dinosaur, just like the Main Street, family-owned stores those same malls once put out of business.
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