Renzo Rosso’s fashion group has recently appointed Marita Spera as chief public affairs and corporate communication officer. The Italian executive, formerly with YNAP, has a wealth of international experience.
Visa Inc beat estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday as speedy vaccine rollouts spurred consumers to spend more on travel and entertainment, boosting volumes for the world's largest payment processor.
A push to attract young and diverse talent and global consumers is behind some of corporate America’s willingness to speak out on politically charged issues, executives and corporate governance experts said.
Once the preserve of gamers, virtual reality (VR) has been seized on by the financial sector as a way of enlivening home working for isolated executives and replicating real-world sales, networking or training events.
The #InCharge initiative includes an Amazon page dedicated to products, books and stories from women-owned business owners, and marks Amazon's first-ever partnership dedicated to promoting women-owned businesses.
Payments processor PayPal Holdings Inc said on Thursday it expects first-quarter revenue to be at the lower end of its previously forecast range, as online transactions globally took a hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
A new report has found that nearly 50% of consumers trust a website more if it has an active social media account, and are suspicious of pop-up ads, lack of payment options and incorrect spelling on the site.
Any retaliatory tariff by India in response to the United States' planned withdrawal of some trade privileges will not be "appropriate" under WTO rules, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross warned on Tuesday.