Semiconductor giant Intel has long been looking for a way to diversify its business, caught as it is in the rise of smartphones and tablets and the decline of PCs.
It demonstrated that fact a few years back by devoting its entire CeBIT press gig to designer handbags and now it seems to want to go a different way again. more»
Chipmaker turned fashion bag designer, Intel is getting into the jewellery business turning out a smart bracelet for the very wealthy shoppers at Barneys.
The bracelet was designed by fashion house Opening Ceremony, and test sales were conducted at luxury retailer Barneys New York in January. more»
Aussie fugitive Julian Assange is so desperate for media attention that he is prepared to take a shot at fashion modelling.
Assange, who is holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy trying to avoid extradition to Sweden on sex charges is expected to make his London Fashion Week debut this September. more»
Inside job thefts in highstreet stores are continuing to rise as light fingered staff see selling knock-off products as additional income.
However, one manager of a high street store has warned prices will continue to rise to cover the loss in sales as well as rise in security and insurance premiums. more»
It was a night of fun, glitz and fashion as Hollywood’s A-listers stepped out to celebrate and show off their frocks at the 2013 Oscars.
And this year the red carpet was awash with pale colours, giving the event a vintage, old school glamour theme. more»
It’s been a bad week for the Co-operative Group, with stories of job cuts and full-year profits almost written down to nothing.
The sorry story starts with the Co-operative’s banking arm, which reportedly spent its money on an IT system that could be scrapped. more»