The brand will begin selling its Athleta Girl clothing this month, and air its first-ever TV commercial.
"Which company is not growing step by step?" asks Mike Xu, the CEO of Shenzen-based Global Egrow.
Global Egrow says "the vast majority of our customers from all over the world are overjoyed with our products."
The social network says it will pay greater attention to advertisers with "overwhelmingly unsatisfactory" products.
It's a giant game of knockoff roulette.
Using images stolen from across the web, sketchy retailers are selling ultra-discounted clothes to women on Facebook. A BuzzFeed News investigation shows many are linked to one of China's richest men.
Activewear's reign continues unabated!
America is home to 22 million Daymakers, the company says. They're all around us.
The brand credits its #AerieReal campaign for its 20% sales jump last year.
What's the next skinny pants?
Aubrey McClendon, the co-founder of Chesapeake Energy, helped lead a boom in U.S. energy production that reshaped the global oil market.
The company, which says its turnaround is taking hold, has greatly reduced its U.S. presence in the past six years.
It hasn't been the authority on sports for some time now.
Sales and profits are falling and the company is shutting 25% of its full-price stores. But yoga pants are still booming.
Should store workers whose shifts are cancelled at the last minute still be paid something? A court will soon decide.
TJX reported annual sales of just under $31 billion today, compared to $27 billion at Macy's.
It's getting increasingly hard to tell your Stone & Aster from your Alex + Ava.
When it comes to the "buy" and "sell" advice coming from bank analysts, sometimes only hedge funds and other big investors get the true story.
The company wants to switch to the competing service used by JetBlue and Virgin America — but Gogo is digging in its heels.
The company doesn't publicize the policy, which comes with caveats, but confirms that it's possible.