Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel are among the least transparent fashion brands (and Adidas, Reebok and H&M among the most transparent) when it comes to their supply chains, according to the 2018 Fashion Transparency Index, released during Fashion Revolution Week—and five years after the Rana Plaza collapse.
We are kicking off Fashion Revolution Week with Fashion Question Time with Mary Creagh MP at the Houses of Parliament in London. ⚡️ Panellists include: The Right Hon the Lord Bates, Minister of State at @dfid_uk, Rushanara Ali MP, Professor Sarah Ashwin, Professor of Comparative Employment Relations at @londonschoolofeconomics, Adil Rehman, Ethical Trade Manager at @asos, Gerry Boyle , Senior Policy Adviser, Women's Economic Empowerment at @careintuk who will discuss 5 years on from Rana Plaza, is the fashion industry a better place for women to work? Head over to Twitter to follow the conversation with #FQT
Amazon is developing a personal robot, Bloomberg reports.
Facebook has earmarked $90 million for news shows, according to a New York Times profile of news head Campbell Brown.
Google highlights its design thinking (and check out its first activation at Milan Design Week):
J.P. Morgan shares its thoughts on data and design thinking:
Party City offers Ramadan decorations in a first.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian sees consumers driving online privacy:
Sears CEO offers to buy Kenmore brand as part of company break-up.
Thomson Reuters shares thoughts from its 4/10 conference on applying behavioral science to banking culture and ethics:
Zelle, U.S. banks’ answer to Venmo, provides vulnerable.
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The V&A congratulates William and Kate on the new royal baby:
— V&A (@V_and_A) April 23, 2018