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Age of Omnichannel Arrives Across Retail

A series of tech advancements look to link the online and offline experiences in a real way — more than just arming sales associates with iPads.

The New York Times Hires Editor for Innovation and Strategy

The company has tapped Kinsey Wilson for the newly-created role.

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Barneys New York and Connor to Collaborate in Digital Realm

Upcoming launches will enable users to select and send cards through e-mail and social media, as well as create events and manage RSVP lists.

Travel + Leisure Taps Digital Director

Travel + Leisure has hired Sarah Firshein as its digital director.

Gerard Darel Sets New Web Site

The site features separate sections for Gerard Darel, Pablo and bags.

Buro 24/7 Branches Out to Australia

The Moscow-based digital magazine has signed a licensing deal with News Corp Australia to launch a local edition of the site in April 2015.

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Wanelo Adds Buy Technology

Launch is the social shopping site’s first effort at integrating commerce within its mobile experience.

Condé Nast Partners With GroupM

In order to enhance its digital advertising efforts, Condé Nast has partnered with GroupM, a media strategy agency.

FGI Systems Hit by Hackers

The Fashion Group International’s 10-person office has pretty much been immobilized since its computer system was hacked Friday.

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Eileen Fisher in the Digital Sector

A major overhaul of the brand's Web site emphasizes social and environmental issues.

Equinox's New Pursuit

In an effort to compete with its rivals, the upscale fitness chain, which happens to own SoulCycle, is rolling out a new class called The Pursuit.

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Intel, Opening Ceremony Talk MICA

The bracelet is untethered, it does not need a phone to connect — it uses an AT&T SIM card.

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