Special Edition
Social Fragmentation

Digiday published a limited, eight-piece series analyzing a fragmented social media landscape. To see the full series and participate in a “chat” about what we covered, join Digiday here in our spin on an AOL chat room on the series.

more from Modern Retail
thumb
Operations
To grow its DTC business, Nike is opening stores for Jordan Brand

As part of its plan to grow sales from DTC channels, Nike is increasingly building stores for its most lucrative owned brands. This past weekend, it opened its first Jordan-only store in Japan called Jordan World of Flight Shibuya.

thumb
Operations
To grow its DTC business, Nike is opening stores for Jordan Brand

As part of its plan to grow sales from DTC channels, Nike is increasingly building stores for its most lucrative owned brands. This past weekend, it opened its first Jordan-only store in Japan called Jordan World of Flight Shibuya.

more from Glossy
thumb
Awards
How fashion brands are using generative AI

Generative AI-produced pictures of imaginary Nike collaboration sneakers have circled social media for weeks. But that's just one example of how AI can be used in fashion; its uses are already valuable and vast, spanning marketing, engineering and immersive experiences. 

thumb
Awards
How fashion brands are using generative AI

Generative AI-produced pictures of imaginary Nike collaboration sneakers have circled social media for weeks. But that's just one example of how AI can be used in fashion; its uses are already valuable and vast, spanning marketing, engineering and immersive experiences. 

more from WorkLife
thumb
Culture
Economic fears could put brakes on business travel rebound

It’s not all smooth sailing for business travel. Uncertainty about the economy has bosses eyeballing expenses, which could prove to be a drag on the sector’s recovery. For example, Apple, in a push to cut costs and prevent layoffs, has curbed travel significantly. And it's no wonder, with business travelers headed to New York City expected to shell out $800 a day. The post Economic fears could put brakes on business travel rebound appeared first on WorkLife.

thumb
Culture
Economic fears could put brakes on business travel rebound

It’s not all smooth sailing for business travel. Uncertainty about the economy has bosses eyeballing expenses, which could prove to be a drag on the sector’s recovery. For example, Apple, in a push to cut costs and prevent layoffs, has curbed travel significantly. And it's no wonder, with business travelers headed to New York City expected to shell out $800 a day. The post Economic fears could put brakes on business travel rebound appeared first on WorkLife.