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Business Insider recently developed a list of high-paying, fast-growing jobs based on pre-pandemic data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We looked at how to get into healthcare and why this industry is expected to see a growing need for workers. Employment in the healthcare industry is expected to grow by about 15% from 2019 to 2029, adding about 2.4 million jobs, according to the most recent projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Based on that ranking, the healthcare sector boasts several fast-growing jobs that pay above the US median salary. Some other types of nurses may need more education before starting in the field.
Persons: Business Insider's, Earl Dalton, Dalton, St . Louis Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Business, Health, , BLS, American Academy, American Association of Critical, Corporation, National, National Council of State, of Nursing, Washington University School of Medicine, John Hopkins Locations: St .
Sorry, Millennials. Boomers Are In at Gucci.
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Matthew Dalton | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Two years ago, Gucci emblazoned its clothes with the New York Yankees logo and the face of Bugs Bunny. Creative Director Alessandro Michele—hailed as a visionary for eclectic, pop-culture infused designs that ignited up social media and attracted millennials and Gen Z—is shifting to more subtle designs that play on the brand’s decades of heritage. “Older consumers not only have the means to buy their products, but they’re living longer, healthier, more fashionable lives,” she said. That plan has grown more urgent since the pandemic, as revenue plunged and flocks of tourists from abroad—avid Gucci customers—stayed at home. When a second wave of lockdowns swept the West, brands across the luxury sector scrambled to replace the tourist revenue.
Persons: Gucci, Bugs Bunny, Princess Diana, Jackie O, peters, Alessandro Michele —, , Pauline Brown, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Organizations: New York Yankees, Columbia Business School, North American, Gucci, Kering SA
Sorry, Millennials. Over-40s Are In at Gucci.
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Matthew Dalton | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Two years ago, Gucci emblazoned its clothes with the New York Yankees logo and the face of Bugs Bunny. Creative Director Alessandro Michele—hailed as a visionary for eclectic, pop-culture infused designs that ignited up social media and attracted millennials and Gen Z—is shifting to more subtle designs that play on the brand’s decades of heritage. “Older consumers not only have the means to buy their products, but they’re living longer, healthier, more fashionable lives,” she said. That plan has grown more urgent since the pandemic, as revenue plunged and flocks of tourists from abroad—avid Gucci customers—stayed at home. When a second wave of lockdowns swept the West, brands across the luxury sector scrambled to replace the tourist revenue.
Persons: Gucci, Bugs Bunny, Princess Diana, Jackie O, peters, Alessandro Michele —, , Pauline Brown, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Organizations: New York Yankees, Columbia Business School, North American, Gucci, Kering SA
Wyatt Earp or Ringo Starr? Facial Recognition Meets Its Match With Old West Photos
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Parmy Olson | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Denny Rodman, an antiques collector in Houston, made an exciting find on Facebook’s online marketplace in August. An old image of three men looked a lot like the infamous Dalton brothers, the Wild West bank robbers. “Identifying people of generations ago by face recognition is almost always a non-starter,” he wrote back. Hobbyists have turned to facial-recognition software to try to match faces in found photos to those of famous historical figures. Antiquities brokers, auctioneers and historians, however, say such methods aren’t dependable, and that the technology has loosed a flood of bogus claims about the identifies of people in ordinary old photos.
Persons: Denny Rodman, Dalton, Bob Utley, Utley wasn’t, , , Billy the Kid, Jesse James, Wyatt Earp, Pat Garrett Locations: Houston, West
(CNN) Tributes have been pouring in for the Dallas Cowboys' strength and conditioning coach Markus Paul, 54, who died Wednesday after experiencing a medical emergency unrelated to Covid-19 at the team's headquarters. During the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day game against the Washington Football Team, each player wore a sticker with Paul's initials on his helmet. Players also joined hands and knelt before kickoff. "Markus meant a lot to so many people and he made an impact on so many people," Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton said after his team's 41-16 loss. "And so you feel for the team, you feel for his family, you feel for everybody involved and our prayers are out for everybody, especially his family."
Persons: Markus Paul, Markus, Andy Dalton, Markus Paul 💙, eason Organizations: CNN, Dallas Cowboys, Cowboys, Washington Football Team, ust, alton
Carpeting Mogul Reaped Wall-to-Wall Profits
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( James R. Hagerty | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.95   time to read: 1 min
Shaheen Shaheen, the son of a Palestinian immigrant, was tempted in the mid-1950s to become a dealer for Ford Motor Co.’s Edsel division. Instead, he stuck with his fledgling carpet factory in Dalton, Ga. Trying to sell the Edsel, one of the biggest flops in automotive history, would have been a disaster. Carpet, though less glamorous, proved a magical ride. Mr. Shaheen’s World Carpets Inc. was an early adopter of tufting machines using hundreds or thousands of needles to stitch yarn into a backing fabric.
Persons: Shaheen Shaheen Organizations: Ford Motor Co, Edsel Locations: Dalton , Ga
Business Insider recently developed a list of high-paying, fast-growing jobs based on pre-pandemic data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We looked at how to get into healthcare and why this industry is expected to see a growing need for workers. Some other types of nurses may need more education before starting in the field. There is also an "entry-level advanced practice board certification" per the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Certification Corporation, among other certifications for nurses looking to work with acute and critically-ill patients. Nurses will need to pass the National Council Licensure Examination, NCLEX-PN for practical and vocational nursing students and NCLEX-RN for registered nurses.
Persons: Business Insider's, Earl Dalton, Dalton, St . Louis Organizations: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Business, Health, , BLS, American Academy, American Association of Critical, Corporation, National, National Council of State, of Nursing, Washington University School of Medicine, John Hopkins Locations: St .
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projections, the top 30 jobs on our ranking are set to collectively add as many as 2.3 million jobs between 2019 and 2029. It found six of the 10 fastest-growing jobs were in healthcare, including nurse practitioners and home health aides. Not all healthcare jobs with bright futures ahead of them require a college degree. Amanda Voisard/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesThe path into education: The big pictureSimilar to healthcare, education jobs usually have certain certifications that you need before working in the industry. The following chart illustrates the slow recovery in the number of people employed in local education jobs over time.
Persons: Bianca Banuelos, Jannet Wharton, Banuelos, Karen Ducey, AnnElizabeth Konkel, Earl Dalton, Dalton, Konkel, Amanda Augustine of TopResume, Augustine, Lisa Eadicicco, Amanda Voisard, Elise Gould, Augustine of TopResume, David L, Ryan, mangers, Anthony Carnevale, Glassdoor Organizations: Ventura Training Institute, Sinai Medical Center, Labor, of Labor Statistics, Harborview, BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census Bureau, Health, Association of American Medical Colleges, JAMA, American Nurses Association, New York Times, Wall, Forbes, Business, General Assembly, Microsoft, Bladensburg, School, Washington Post, Peace Corps, Economic, Institute, EPI, US News, ABA, American Bar Association, Brigham, Women's Hospital, Boston Globe, Department of Labor, Georgetown University Center, Education, Workforce, of Labor's Locations: Southern California, Los Angeles, Seattle, Silicon, Bladensburg , Maryland, New Jersey, Jersey, California, Boston
WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden has promised to rejoin the Iran nuclear agreement if Iran abides by the deal, but both sides will have to race against the clock and navigate a political minefield to reach that goal. Iran and the bombThe 2015 agreement between Iran and world powers lifted punishing economic sanctions on Tehran in return for strict limits on Iran's nuclear activities. If Iran returns to strict compliance with the nuclear deal, the United States would rejoin the agreement as a starting point for follow-on negotiations," Biden wrote. Iran faces shortages of medicine and medical equipment, including insulin, drugs for cancer treatment, influenza vaccine and test kits for the coronavirus, according to Iranian officials. Conservative gainsWithout a deal before Iran's June 2021 elections, Biden may have no willing counterpart to negotiate a deal.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden's, Hassan Rouhani, Biden, Rouhani, Mohammad Javad Zarif, Mohammad Berno, Ellie Geranmayeh, Trump, Naysan Rafati, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Yousef Al Otaiba, Richard Dalton, Dalton, David Albright, Mike Pompeo, " Pompeo, Qassim Soliemani, Katherine Bauer, Bauer, Iran's, Ali Khamenei Organizations: WASHINGTON, Washington, Biden, European Council, Foreign Relations, Group, Trump, International Atomic Energy Agency ., Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, AFP, Getty, Congress, Tel, Tel Aviv University's Institute for National Security Studies, Saudi, United Arab, Institute for Science, International Security, Wednesday, Islamic, Covid, Treasury Department, Washington Institute for Near, Conservative, Iran's Locations: Iran, Washington, Tehran, U.S, Bushehr, United States, United, Georgia, Israel, Tel Aviv, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, British, Islamic Republic, Iraq, Iranian, American, Syria, Yemen
The Guardian Angels separately parachute to the equipment once it hits the water. "Then, once there's orbital insertion, and it's up in space, there's different types of burns transfer, things to get them higher and higher to get closer to ISS." The Guardian Angels separately parachute out to the boats, inflate those requiring inflation, and move to the capsule. The Guardian Angels are on the hook for rescue up until the moment the SpaceX capsule docks with the ISS. The Guardian Angels were there in a simulated response to the unmanned capsule.
Persons: there's, Michael Hopkins, David Mahan, Mahan, Zoe Thacker, Joseph Waechter, Waechter, Dalton Williams, Patrick, We're Organizations: Force, US Air Force, SpaceX, Center Director Air Force, Washington Examiner, Space Wing, Cape Canaveral Air Force, 45th Operations Group, Cape Canaveral Air Station, Joint Base, Hickam Air Force Base, International Space, Yamaha, GPS, Guardian Angels, Patrick Air Force, Air Force, NASA, Patrick Air Force Base, US Space Force, Angels, Coast Guard, Guardian Locations: CAPE CANAVERAL , Florida, Iraq, Afghanistan, Canaveral, Florida, Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, Hawaii
As stated before, most Delta Force operators come from the Special Forces and the 75th Ranger Regiment. The Delta Force organizationDelta Force soldiers deep behind Iraqi lines during the 1991 Gulf War as part of a "Scud hunting" mission. Delta Force weaponsDelta Force operators in Afghanistan, their faces censored to protect their privacy. Delta Force missionsArmy Gen. James B. Vaught, task force commander, and Col. Charlie Beckwith, founder and commander of Delta Force, at Masirah, Oman, ahead of Operation Eagle Claw. Eight helicopters loaded with Delta Force operators and additional support aircraft traveled through Iraqi, Russian, and Turkish airspace to get to their target in Syria.
Persons: Wayne Downing, Norman Schwarzkopf, Dean W, Wagner, Eric Haney's, roleplay, Sean Naylor's, Operation, Dalton Fury, Delta, Colt M1911A1, Koch, Charles Beckwith, Charlie Beckwith, Delta's, Beckwith, Robert Redford, Bob, Mountel, James B, Randy Shughart, Gary Gordon, Abu Kamal, Guzman, Kayla Mueller, Abu Bakr al Organizations: Forces Operational, Delta Force, Special Operations Command, 1st Special Forces Operational, Delta, Operations Command, Applications, Force, Army, Special Forces, 75th Ranger Regiment, Delta Force Delta Force, Airborne, of, Army Special Operations, US, Tactical Operations Command, Department's Diplomatic Security Service, United States Secret Service, Operations Command Delta Force, SAS, Squadron, G Squadron, Support, Medical, Intelligence, Glock, HK, Heckler, Warfare's, Wikimedia, Army Special Forces, Warfare, Vietnam, Special Air Service, Malayan, Pentagon, 5th Special Forces Group, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Army Rangers, Black Hawks, Sinaloa Cartel, ISIS Locations: Gen, Delta, Fort Bragg , North Carolina, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Iran, Masirah, Oman, Tehran, Mogadishu, Qaeda, Iraq, Haditha, Fallujah, Ramadi, Black, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico, Turkish, Syria, Baghdadi
Shortly after returning from a disappointing finish in the 1990 national tournament, the coach for the chess team at Harlem’s Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Junior High School asked one of the most talented players to help lead a return trip the following year. “We’re ready,” the player, Charu Robinson, a 13-year-old prodigy, confidently told his coach. The team became celebrities in their hometown and even landed on the front page of The New York Times. And it was Charu Robinson — the steadiest player among the Rooks — who helped lead the way.
Persons: Harlem’s Adam Clayton Powell Jr, “ We’re, Charu Robinson, Dalton, Rooks, intentionality, , Maurice Ashley, Robinson Organizations: Harlem’s, Junior High School, Raging, Burger, Masterman, School, New York Times Locations: Philadelphia
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
Priest Shot Outside Church in Lyon, France
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Matthew Dalton | Noemie Bisserbe | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +1 min
PARIS—A man shot a Greek Orthodox priest in front of a church in Lyon on Saturday, just days after three people were killed in a suspected terrorist attack at a basilica on the French Riviera. The priest was seriously wounded and taken to a local hospital, French police officials said. The terrorist group cited churches as a possible target, according to an interior ministry memo to police. On Thursday, a Tunisian man who entered France in October used a knife to kill three people—nearly decapitating one of them—at the Notre Dame Basilica in Nice. It was unclear whether French authorities were treating the assault in Lyon as a terrorist attack.
Organizations: PARIS, al, France, Notre Dame Locations: Lyon, al Qaeda, Tunisian, France, Nice, Lyon
Priest Shot Outside Church in Lyon, France
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Matthew Dalton | Noemie Bisserbe | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
PARIS—A man shot a Greek Orthodox priest in front of a church in Lyon on Saturday, just days after three people were killed in a suspected terrorist attack at a basilica on the French Riviera. The priest was seriously wounded and taken to a local hospital, French police officials said. The gunman remained on the loose, police said, as authorities locked down the area in central Lyon on Saturday afternoon and warned the public to stay away.
Organizations: PARIS Locations: Lyon, Lyon
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
Priest Shot Outside Church in Lyon, France
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Matthew Dalton | Noemie Bisserbe | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +1 min
PARIS—A man shot a Greek Orthodox priest in front of a church in Lyon on Saturday, just days after three people were killed in a suspected terrorist attack at a basilica on the French Riviera. The priest was seriously wounded and taken to a local hospital, French police officials said. The terrorist group cited churches as a possible target, according to an interior ministry memo to police. On Thursday, a Tunisian man who entered France in October used a knife to kill three people—nearly decapitating one of them—at the Notre Dame Basilica in Nice. It was unclear whether French authorities were treating the assault in Lyon as a terrorist attack.
Persons: Matthew Dalton, Dow Jones, 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8 Organizations: PARIS, al, France, Notre Dame, Dow Jones & Company, Inc Locations: Lyon, al Qaeda, Tunisian, France, Nice, Matthew.Dalton, Lyon
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
In Luxury Market, Being Amazon Is Still a Burden
  + stars: | 2020-10-31 | by ( Renata Geraldo | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +6 min
Photo: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Barneys New YorkAmazon’s newest offering, called Luxury Stores, addresses some of those concerns. Oscar de la Renta sold fragrances on Amazon before Luxury Stores launched. “The time is right” to join Luxury Stores as Amazon becomes “the next frontier for the future of luxury fashion online,” Roland Mouret said in a statement. The British brand also said Luxury Stores gives it an opportunity to reach new customers in the U.S.Before the pandemic, the online luxury market was growing as more people shifted their spending. The Amazon spokeswoman said Luxury Stores gives consumers more choice and brands a new way to connect with them.
Persons: Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Joseph Altuzarra ., Stefanie Keenan, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Dior, Bulgari, Porter, Oscar de la, Alex Bolen, Neiman Marcus, Bolen, la, , Spade, , José Neves, brendan mcdermid, Ed Yruma, Mr, Yruma, Joseph Altuzarra, Roland Mouret, Perla, Shiseido Co, Prada, ” Roland Mouret, Nordstrom, , — Matthew Dalton, Joseph Altuzarra, José Neves, Matthew Dalton Organizations: Amazon, Barneys, Amazon Prime, Stores, Luxury Stores, Luxury, Nike Inc, unraveled, Street Journal, Capital, Shiseido, Farfetch Ltd, Porter SpA, Alibaba, Holding, Amazon, Dior, Bulgari and Givenchy, Nike Inc, The Wall Street Journal reported Locations: York, Givenchy, U.S, British
Yet French Muslims see the measures as an attempt to stigmatize them and strip their identity. Some have also rejected the premise behind Mr. Macron’s campaign against separatism: that resistance to assimilation by French Muslims has allowed extremist ideologies to flourish. Before his death, Mr. Paty told officials investigating the incident that he didn’t single out Muslim students. The consortium’s lawyers would then examine his complaint against Mr. Paty, Mr. Bachare says he told the parent, who faces preliminary charges for complicity in a terrorist act. “I told him that in such cases, we have to work calmly.”Mr. Bachare condemned the killing of Mr. Paty.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Gerald Darmanin, Mr, Darmanin, al, FRANCE KEYSER, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Macron, Charlie Hebdo —, Prophet Muhammad, Samuel Paty, christophe simon, Charlie Hebdo, Idriss Sihamedi, , Sihamedi, ” Mr, , Jawad Bachare, Kiran Ridley, Ana Muslim, CCIF, Paty, Bachare, Sebastien Nogier, Darmanin’s, M’hammed Henniche, Henniche, Matthew Dalton Organizations: PARIS, Authorities, International, Notre Dame, Wall Street, Wall Street Journal, Nice’s Notre Dame, Agence France, , Getty, Street, Facebook, Agence France-Presse, Charlie Hebdo, Facebook, The Wall Street Journal, France Locations: Asia, Africa, France, Tunisian, Notre Dame, Nice, al Qaeda, MYOP, Western, Turkey, Marseille, Nice’s, Pantin, Paris, French, Syria, Europe, Western Europe, Matthew.Dalton, France, Muslims, Western Europe, Nice
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