It’s about to be much harder for Chinese shoppers to buy counterfeit luxury goods—even those made in China, reports Slate. The business of importing knockoffs and selling them domestically—as well as the act of re-branding goods made in China as imports—has been “booming in a regulatory gray zone,” but will soon be…
Most of us consider Facebook a way to see old friends' weddings, babies and flamewars about NOBAMA. The company's execs, however, have grander ambitions: Now they want you to shop and purchase crap right from your NewsFeed. I guess they weren't seeing enough fights over organic baby food?
According to eagle-eyed trendspotters at the Times, the Internet overshare has changed shape. The new thing to reveal isn't your latest breakup or emotional meltdown — it's your credit card statement.