Send to KindleTweet It seems no matter how big Apple grows, it always maintains underdog status. The U.S. government’s supposed antitrust investigations (WSJ) are insanely arbitrary and their regulation of food, media and technology equally random. In recent months, anyone that reads a major metropolitan newspaper would have learned that GMO alfalfa is OK, but Apple [...]
The All Inclusive Airport Space + Airline Exclusivity + Luxury Shopping = The Modern Terminal What:Airports are quickly conforming to consumer interests with many major cities unveiling terminals almost entirely devoted to retail space, often via a collaboration with a specific airline carrier.
Send to KindleTweet The Dirt: The economic crisis and volatile energy prices have airport owners toying with new ways to bring in additional streams of income, mainly with high-end dining and shopping options. Such is the case with new terminals unveiled in 2008 in three popular destinations: London, England, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and New [...]
The Anti It BagLicensing Pressure Gives Americans Fashion Options What: Some fall accessories lines demonstrate that celebrity and brand entries to fashion make accessories available to Americans in all tax brackets.
Send to KindleTweet The Dirt:High fashion for the masses is an old story thanks to Target and Isaac Mizrahi, but the impact of celebrity style on Americans is going strong, with more consumers buying celebrity clothing and beauty collections. Like the reality television phenomenon, some expected it be a short-lived trend, but both are going [...]