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The European Union Intellectual Property Office found two logos in dispute were not similar enough to warrant Chanel’s opposition. Chinese social media users accused Chanel of deliberately playing the victim to earn sympathy.
BERLIN (Reuters) -German entrepreneur Ralf Wenzel, formerly of Delivery Hero and Softbank, is launching a global rapid delivery retail platform, entering a field that is attracting huge investment and experiencing explosive growth.
Founded in 2004 by a teacher on maternity leave, Wildberries carved a lucrative niche by allowing customers to try out their orders at pick-up points and pay only for items they take home.
Asking artificial intelligence to evaluate your beauty? Just no. Anything but objective, these technologies can amplify racist, sexist and ageist bias.
To mark International Women's Day, LifestyleTech talks to women who say that although entering the tech world has not been easy, they are making headway by working together.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese online fashion retailer Zozo Inc on Friday launched skin tone measuring glasses for ordering cosmetics online, making its latest fashion tech offering as it expands beyond apparel.
Food delivery workers want more legal protections after Ele.me driver sets himself on fire to protest unpaid wages
Ele.me promises safety upgrades after a self-immolation and the death of a driver has again put gig economy in the national spotlight. More than 60% of delivery drivers do not have access to social security in China, a legally mandated expense that employers sidestep with gig workers.
WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday said it would hold off slapping tariffs on French cosmetics, handbags and other imports in retaliation for a digital services tax Washington says will harm U.S. tech firms, while it investigates similar taxes elsewhere.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Digital services taxes adopted by India, Italy and Turkey discriminate against U.S. companies and are inconsistent with international tax principles, the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Wednesday, paving the way for potential retaliatory tariffs.