Stitch Fix Founder and CEO Katrina Lake discusses how Stitch Fix came into fruition, using data science combined with marketing to grow her business, the future of clothes shopping and why she takes a hands on approach to knowing her customer.
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Simone went from being a corporate event planner to unemployed and homeless. While gutting her New Orleans home, Simone was inspired to start her company Demo Diva Demolition. Simone explains why she loves the world of demolition and what she thinks it takes to be an entrepreneur. Blue Collar Millionaires All-new Wednesdays 10P ET/PT
Katrina Pierson, GOP presidential candidate spokeswoman, says Donald Trump will stand by his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after a recent battery charge.
Katrina King, director of research and strategy at QIC, lists the factors contributing to greater volatility in markets.
With New Orleans still in ruin after Katrina, rebuilding means big money flowing into the big easy, much of it through Ray Nagin’s hands.
Ex New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin exploits the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina to pocket bribes and live large.
As Australia's largest trading partner, China's economic state will have a direct impact on Australia's, explains Katrina Ell, economist with Moody's Analytics.
Stitch Fix CEO, Katrina Lake discusses diversifying the company's client base, combining data science and human interpretation to help achieve client satisfaction while focusing on long term value for shareholders.
Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake speaks with the "Squawk Alley" team about the company's first earnings release after its IPO and what she sees for competition and growth in the longer term.