How e-commerce altered the trucking industry

NBC News 09:06 13.04

Drivers are getting higher pay, driving fewer miles and spending more time at home.


68 people at high-profile D.C. dinner test positive for Covid

NBC News 06:08 11.04

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo were among the guests at the annual Gridiron Dinner.


68 attendees of high profile D.C. dinner test positive for Covid

NBC News 00:09 11.04

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo were among the guests who attended the annual Gridiron dinner.


67 attendees of high profile D.C. dinner test positive for Covid

NBC News 18:08 10.04

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo were among the guests who attended the annual Gridiron dinner.


Attorney General Garland and Commerce Secretary Raimondo test positive for Covid

NBC News 09:07 07.04

The vice president's communications director, who was in close contact with Vice President Kamala Harris, and several lawmakers also announced they had contracted the virus.


Attorney General Merrick B. Garland has tested positive for the coronavirus.

NyTimes 00:07 07.04

The announcement from the Justice Department came after Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, and Representative Katherine Clark of Massachusetts announced their own positive tests.


An E-Commerce Site for Ukrainian Fashion

NyTimes 21:08 05.04

Angel for Fashion hopes to bring Ukrainian designs to customers all over the world — except Russia.


True Religion Fills Key E-Commerce Slot

Rolling Stone 15:02 29.03

The denim brand’s goal is to triple online revenues and achieve 50 percent e-commerce sales penetration by 2025.


Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Taps David Michael Jerome as CEO

Rolling Stone 03:02 25.03

Hospitality industry veteran David Michael Jerome has been named president and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, the organization that administers the Hollywood Walk of Fame and holds the t…


No Longer in Russia

NyTimes 12:06 24.03

More than 400 companies have withdrawn, at least temporarily, from Russia since it invaded Ukraine. Some have been there since the fall of communism — symbols of the enduring power of Western culture and commerce.


Candle Media’s Kevin Mayer and Medialink’s Michael Kassan Talk ‘Social Commerce’ and Media Trends at SXSW

Rolling Stone 03:02 24.03

Candle Media co-CEOs Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs have been making waves in Hollywood for the past year as they hunt for content assets to acquire with the help of a bankroll from private executive g…


Seattle Pride drops Amazon as a sponsor of city's LGBTQ parade

NBC News 00:06 24.03

The e-commerce giant wanted the annual march to be renamed "Seattle Pride Parade Presented by Amazon," according to the nonprofit group's executive director.


U.S. warns servicing or refueling some Russian-owned planes may violate trade restrictions.

NyTimes 00:07 19.03

Export controls introduced in late February prohibit exporting aircraft that were made in the U.S. or use some U.S. parts to Russia, effectively grounding some international flights, the Commerce Department said.


Warehouses Transform N.Y.C. Neighborhoods as E-Commerce Booms

NyTimes 12:08 16.03

The region is home to the largest concentration of online shoppers in the country. The facilities, key to delivering packages on time, are reshaping neighborhoods.


Inditex Revenues, Profits Climb in 2021 Despite Pandemic Challenges

Rolling Stone 12:02 16.03

Online sales now account for 25.5 percent of total group sales, putting the Spanish company on track to be one of the largest e-commerce players worldwide.


Going Back to the Time of the Shakers at Commerce Inn

NyTimes 21:07 15.03

At their latest West Village restaurant, Jody Williams and Rita Sodi revive American farmhouse cooking from an earlier era.


EXCLUSIVE: Express Narrows Losses, Grows E-commerce Business

Rolling Stone 15:02 09.03

The retailer is anticipating increased comps for the year as a result, even as competitors guide down, fearful of looming headwinds.


Chinese companies that aid Russia could face U.S. repercussions, commerce secretary warns.

NyTimes 03:10 09.03

Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, said the U.S. could take “devastating” action against Chinese companies that defy Russian sanctions.


Economic Ties Among Nations Spur Peace. Or Do They?

NyTimes 15:07 04.03

The Russian invasion of Ukraine strains the long-held idea that shared interests around business and commerce can deflect military conflict.


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