Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo muscled his way into Instagram’s top-followed ranks this year as he documented his career and growing family, but pop star Selena Gomez still reigned supreme on the social media platform.
Alessandro Michele’s Gucci makeover continues to keep the brand in top spot when it comes to desirability, and Rihanna is the top influencer, while sleeves have replaced shoulders as the statement zone this year.
FashionJobs.com has been named the best specialized employment website in France in a new classification by Les Echos, based on study of over 10,000 executives, human resources managers and headhunters.
Google’s YouTube has updated its recommendation feature to spotlight videos users are likely to find the most gratifying, brushing aside concerns that such an approach might trap people in bubbles of misinformation.
The New York Times Co plans to develop two or three new standalone digital products next year focused on lifestyle topics as part of its push to get more people to pay for its content beyond traditional news.
Israel is planning to send tax bills within a year to Google and Facebook, financial newspaper TheMarker reported on Wednesday, joining efforts by several countries to get the internet giants to pay more tax.
Amazon.com Inc has scrapped plans to launch an online streaming service bundling popular U.S. broadcast and cable networks because it believes it cannot make enough money on such a service, sources said.