1. Rolling Stones end deal with fast-fashion giant over sweatshop criticisms: The Rolling Stones have reportedly terminated their deal with fast fashion company Shein after the band was made aware of alleged labor abuse by the company. – Read More on the Washington Times

2. Chinese Startups Try to Make It Big in the U.S.—but Without the Backlash:  Some are also renaming themselves and dropping references to their China roots, or developing separate products for the Chinese and international markets to underscore a separation of data or product management. – Read More on the WSJ

3. Putting Chips in Hoodies and Clogs to Unlock Value for Buyers and Sellers: The fledgling LNQ brand includes a hoodie, sweater and clogs embedded with chip technology, which could also be used to open up new digital services. – Read More on Bloomberg

4. The cost of Shein’s fast fashion disruption: Zara and H&M offer about 25,000 or 20,000 different styles of products to market in a year. Shein can launch as many as 1.3 million. – Read More on Al Jazeera

5. Prada turns to ex-Luxottica CEO Guerra to ease succession: After overseeing a successful turnaround since 2017 to reverse a slide in sales, Prada CEO Patrizio Bertelli, 76, said a year ago he planned to hand over the reins of the group he leads with wife Miuccia to their 34-year-old son Lorenzo. – Read More on Reuters