Canadian performance outerwear and equipment retailer Arc’teryx introduced on Wednesday a new circularity program dubbed ReBird, alongside its first-ever upcycled products made from post-consumer materials.
Models and freelancers in the creative industries can breath a sigh of relief. A new ‘stop-the-clock’ mechanism on the T5 (Temporary Worker) Creative visa has been introduced to ease related Immigration Rules.
Under Armour shareholders may pursue a lawsuit accusing the sports apparel company of concealing how it pulled sales forward from future quarters to meet Wall Street revenue forecasts, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.
The billionaire Italian family that until recently owned Brooks Brothers has been accused in a lawsuit of driving the retailer into bankruptcy instead of selling it, to avoid paying millions of dollars to an investor.
The European Commission wants to propose in 2023 a more unified way of taxing companies in the European Union, hoping that such rules will stand a better chance if they follow global OECD solutions expected this year.
Vivobarefoot, the minimalist footwear business, has linked with Oxygen Project to highlight the issue of destructive algae blooms in bodies of water. And it has launched a shoe called Ultra Bloom made using algae.
Amazon on Thursday won its fight against an EU order to pay about €250M in back taxes to Luxembourg as Europe's second highest court dealt a blow to the bloc's crackdown against unfair tax deals for multinationals.