Bloomingdale’s launches rental clothes, Fitbit is on the market for sale, and Thomas Cook just shut down mid-flight
Literally while some people were in the air, British travel agency Thomas Cook shut down, so we look at the millions affected by a big corporate bankruptcy. Fitbit’s fought hard to survive since Apple unveiled the Watch, but it’s now offering to sell itself. And Bloomingdale’s launched “My List,” a 10-item per month clothing rental for $149/month as “clothing as a service.”
Tinder’s new “Swipe Night” TV show, J. Crew’s Madewell IPO, and e-cigarettes are getting cancelled
WeWork’s CEO is out, Nike goes for dude-leisure-wear, Nio (the Tesla of China) cancels its earnings call
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