Even amid the rush to make sales via phones and email, retailers are turning to the sales tool of a bygone era - the catalog. Elizabeth Holmes reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Devon Jarvis for The Wall Street Journal.
Makers of mass-market hair and skin products are heading into new pricing territory: $30-plus for a bottle of skin lotion or hair conditioner that straddles "mass market" and "prestige." Elizabeth Holmes discusses. Photo: F. Martin Ramin/The Wall Street Journal.
IKEA apologized for removing women from some of the photos in catalogs shipped to Saudi Arabia, and said the blame lies squarely with them, not the local franchisee. Dow Jones's Anna Molin reports. Photo: Ikea
Pink is usually reserved for spring and summer, but it's having a major fall moment. Wall Street Journal reporter Elizabeth Holmes stops by Bloomingdale's to learn how to incorporate some color into her winter wardrobe.
When Airbus and Boeing announce orders at the Farnborough International Airshow this week, they will value the deals based on the planes' catalog prices-which no one pays. Dipti Kapadia discusses with Matthew Curtin.
Lily Kanter is a former Microsoft executive who co-founded high end home décor company Serena & Lily. Nancy Keates takes Lunch Break inside how Kanter turned her "total disaster" of a home into a Serena & Lily catalog. Photo: Drew Kelly for The Wall Street Journal.
Getting a classic smoky eye doesn't have to take forever, you can get one on the go! Wall Street Journal reporter Elizabeth Holmes stops by the Laura Mercier counter at Bloomingdale's to show you how to get the look in three easy steps.