1. U.S. v. Google: What to Know About the Biggest Antitrust Trial in 20 Years. The Justice Department’s case is aimed at Google search, and whether the company has used illegal agreements to sideline its rivals and harmed consumers and advertisers in the process. Google pays billions of dollars to Apple, for example, to be the default search engine on the Safari browser. – Read More on the WSJ

2. How Tony’s Chocolonely Created a Purpose-Driven (and Profitable) Supply Chain. The first step in shifting the paradigm, therefore, is to invest time in getting to know all actors in the end-to-end supply chain, from market proposition to sourcing raw materials. – Read More on HBR

3. $90 Barbie dress helps drives Zara growth in the inflation-hit fashion industry. The retailer is also trying to entice more aspirational shoppers with deeper pockets. For example, last week it launched a collection with celebrated fashion photographer Steven Meisel, with a campaign featuring supermodels. – Read More on Fortune

4. RETRO READ: The Evolution of Zara: How the Copycat Became a Bona Fide Fashion Destination. Zara – which boasts more sophisticated designs and quality of goods, as well as a more successful supply chain than its closest rivals, sticks out as the brand that is most prominently pioneering the move towards emulating the brands it copies. – Read More on TFL

5. Ripple says it will fight the SEC lawsuit “all the way through.” Ripple is among crypto companies such as Binance and Coinbase which are being sued by the SEC for violating laws. – Read More on CNBC