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Remo Giuffre founded a short-lived, but iconic, bricks-and-mortar emporium, an award-winning catalogue and one of the earliest Australian eCommerce ventures. Now he's charting his journey in a book, with a little help from the crowd
Apple sends the iWatch rumour mill into warp drive with a tantalising invitation to a mystery event on September 9 - preparations for which bear more than a passing resemblance to the big box launches of the luxury sector
Fashion's talent war with digital rages on, with Yahoo poaching seven names for its new digital lifestyle magazines this week. Can the tech giant become a formidable new fashion news force?
Apple taps two more luxury execs and iWatch rumours go into overdrive as the countdown continues to the biggest story in the wearables sector
With vloggers gaining fans and deals at a breakneck pace, YouTube and its stars are the focus of two major publications this week
"You’re like a camouflage manufacturer saying that only an idiot could not tell the difference between that man and foliage" - John Oliver takes aim at the burgeoning native advertising industry on HBO's Last Week Tonight
They're pretty, they're popular and now these YouTube stars have inked deals with some of the biggest names in entertainment
Australia's biggest personal style blogger ditches her talent management agency to fly solo
The top earning bloggers of affiliate marketing company RewardStyle "are not who people think they are". No kidding.
It is hard to believe a four-year-old company that exists on an iPhone could be worth more than Alcoa, Tiffany or Whole Foods. But here’s another way to think about Uber’s whopping valuation: It is – according to Andrew Ross Sorkin from The New York Times – still too low.