Laura Stampler, Fortune

Laura Stampler


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Laura:

Welcome to The New Era of High Fashion and Video Game Collaborations: Inside Moschino and The Sims Partnership

You can now buy a $595 Moschino hoodie to match your Sims avatar's free swag. → Read More

Walmart Exec Explains Latest Play in Fashion Destination Plans: Kids' Brand-Name Clothing Subscription Box

Partnership with Kidbox delivers stylist-selected clothing. → Read More

Karl Lagerfeld’s Never-Before-Seen Sketches for Elizabeth Taylor Up for Auction

Fashion sketches for "the Beyonce of the day" expected to sell for $3,000. → Read More

The Most (and Least) Cringe-Worthy Brand April Fools' Pranks of 2019

Brands ranging from Burger King to Google to Mr. Potato Head are pranking consumers with these April Fools' Day jokes. → Read More

Drake Just Invested in eSports Betting Startup Players' Lounge

Drake joined Strauss Zelnick and Marissa Mayer in raising a total of $3 million for Players' Lounge, an eSports betting startup. → Read More

Job Applicants With a 'Comprehensive' LinkedIn Profile 71% More Likely to Get Interviews, Study Says

ResumeGo study finds applicants with comprehensive LinkedIn profiles on their resume were 71% more likely to get a job interview. → Read More

Apple Finally Apologizes for Defective MacBook Keyboard Problems

Apple said it was "sorry" to costumers who are experiencing stickiness and other problems with third-generation Mac butterfly keyboards. → Read More

Sabre System Issue: Airport Computer Outages Across Country

Airports across the country had computer outages due to Sabre's "system issue", which assists American, JetBlue, and Alaska Airlines. → Read More

Michael Avenatti Charged With Trying to Extort Nike for Millions

Avenatti has been accused of wire fraud and bank fraud. → Read More

JetBlue's Getting Sued By Female Crew Members Accusing 2 Pilots of Drugging, Rape During Layover 'Fantasy'

"As far as we are aware both pilots still work for the company and no corrective action of any kind was taken with respect to either." → Read More

This Leadership Move Shows That Netflix Is Focusing on Hollywood, Not Silicon Valley

Netflix's new CMO will report to chief content officer Ted Sarandos instead of CEO Reed Hastings—focusing on Hollywood, not Silicon Valley. → Read More

Elementary School Teachers Were Shot 'Execution Style' With Fake Bullets During Active Shooter Training

Indiana elementary school teachers say they were shot “execution style” with painful plastic bullets during a January active shooter training, the IndyStar reports. “Four teachers at a time were taken into a room, told to crouch down and were shot execution style with some sort of projectiles – resulting in injuries to the extent that welts appeared, and blood was drawn,” the Indiana State… → Read More

Jimmy Carter Is About To Be The Oldest Living President In U.S. History on Friday

The former president is turning 94 years and 172 days old. → Read More

For First Time Ever, a Woman Wins the Abel, the 'Nobel Prize' for Mathematics

Dr. Karen Uhlenbeck of UT Austin won the 2019 Abel Prize—becoming first woman to win what's often referred to as the Nobel of mathematics. → Read More

The NBA is Launching Its First African Channel With YouTube

The National Basketball Association partnered with YouTube to launch its first-ever channel dedicated to fans in sub-Saharan African. → Read More

Deutsche Bank Loaned Trump Billions: Report

The New York Times reported Monday that Trump received more than $2 billion in loans over the course of two decades. → Read More

Why Twitter Is Meme-ing Tim 'Apple' Cook Again

He's trending for two different reasons. → Read More

New Harvard Study Links Drinking Sugary Soda and Sports Drinks to Premature Death—Especially for Women

Harvard researchers linked drinking sugary sodas, sports drinks, and other beverages to premature death—particularly for women. → Read More

A Small Italian Town Tricked Thieves Into Stealing a Fake $3.4 Million Painting From Its Church

Here's an art heist that won't inspire any Ocean's Eleven sequels, but might make for a feel-good family comedy. → Read More

Science Says Those Pricey Sit-Stand Desks Won't Make You Skinny

Researchers from Tufts and the University of Pittsburgh analyzed 53 scientific studies on how sit-stand desks impact weight loss and health → Read More