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  • Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

    Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

    Managed, Friday, 24 February 2017

    In 2013, Silicon Valley titan Alphabet acquired the Waze app – an Uberesque piece of software that lets regular drivers buddy up with commuters who need a ride. The service was trialed in San Francisco last year, but now Alphabet are pushing it to the next ...
  • Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

    Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

    Luxury, Friday, 24 February 2017

    At the beginning of the month, Danish jeweler Pandora announced that it’s taking its wares into one of the world’s three-largest jewelry markets: India. The country has a jewelry market worth in excess of $40 billion, and Pandora expects it to grow 7% ...
  • PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

    PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

    Ecommerce, Friday, 24 February 2017

    South Africa has 52% internet penetration (that is, 52% of its population is online). That’s slightly above the world average, and much higher than the African average, but it trails countries in the developed world by 20% to 30%. It’s possible that this ...
  • Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

    Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

    Luxury, Friday, 24 February 2017

    Modern consumers are more health conscious than their ancestors were – possibly as a reaction to expanding waistlines in the developed world, or the proliferation of sedentary jobs and lifestyles. But, they still like a drink. Navigating this apparent ...
  • Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

    Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

    Managed, Thursday, 23 February 2017

    The head of Britain’s farming union has a strong message for Prime Minister Theresa May and her government: unless you can guarantee access to European workers, the UK’s agricultural sector will stop dead in its tracks. The call has come to secure a deal ...
  • Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

    Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 23 February 2017

    Chinese internet giant Baidu, often regarded in the west as the ‘Chinese Google’ given its search dominance in the country, has just become similar to Google in another way: it’s getting serious about smart homes. Baidu has purchased smart home ...
  • Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

    Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

    Luxury, Thursday, 23 February 2017

    Millennial consumers like a drink or two – and their favourite brands are, apparently, all owned by two companies: Remy Cointreau and Pernod Ricard. Millennials are a crucial cohort for businesses to capture – they now outnumber every other generation ...
  • Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

    Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

    Managed, Thursday, 23 February 2017

    Wolters Kluwer (WK) is a global market leader in “professional information services” (meaning they supply data-driven professions like accountants and lawyers with informational tools and services) – and the latest information they’ve ...
  • Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

    Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

    All News, Wednesday, 22 February 2017

    The euro area looked rosier yesterday, as surprisingly positive data was released that showed France is economy is outperforming its peers – including Europe’s largest economy, Germany! This is the first time since 2012 that France has seen more economic ...
  • L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

    L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

    Luxury, Wednesday, 22 February 2017

    We’ve written about L’Oreal’s particularly forward-looking management recently, and the benefits it’s bringing the company regarding a host of Millennial-centric concerns like environmentalism, diversity, and digital presence. Now, we’d ...
  • Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

    Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 22 February 2017

    In the fourth quarter of 2016, a car or truck was sold every three minutes via eBay on mobile phones – and this might just be the tip of the iceberg. A recently released eBay advertising survey suggests this number is rising. eBay is up 15% so far this year ...
  • Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

    Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

    Managed, Wednesday, 22 February 2017

    Agricultural and construction machinery maker Deere & Co. released its Q1 earnings report for 2017 last week, beating analysts’ expectations on earnings per share and net sales, and raising its outlook for fiscal 2017. These wins were not just preferable ...
  • Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

    Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

    Luxury, Tuesday, 21 February 2017

    The world’s largest hotelier, Marriott International, posted fourth quarter earnings results for 2016 towards the end of last week.  This quarter was important for investors, shedding a little more light on Marriott post-Starwood acquisition, which was ...
  • Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

    Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 21 February 2017

    Electronic Arts (EA) is offering PC gamers access to its online library of games at half price – just $30 per year. The service, Origin Access, lets players sidestep the process of buying and installing games in the physical world, letting them play via an ...
  • Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

    Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

    Managed, Tuesday, 21 February 2017

    Global security market leader Assa Abloy is no stranger when it comes to designing doors, and that experience has paid off in a big way with its latest product, the Integris Door. The door in question is a moisture resistant design suitable for internal or external ...
  • Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

    Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 21 February 2017

    Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, is an ambitious man. Recently, he penned a lengthy post on Facebook that serves as an updated mission statement for the company. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Millennial billionaire sees business and humanitarian concerns ...
  • According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

    According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

    All News, Monday, 20 February 2017

    You might be forgiven for thinking that President Trump’s first month in office has been a little chaotic. Yet, between the million women marching on Washington to protest the new commander in chief, the unexpected resignation of Michael Flynn as national ...
  • H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

    H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

    Luxury, Monday, 20 February 2017

    Twenty years ago, affordable luxury brands like H&M had disrupted their traditional luxury forebears. Gone were the days when you had to spend a lot to look good. These new fashion houses, with their unshakably cool and brash branding, shook up the clothing ...
  • Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

    Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

    Ecommerce, Monday, 20 February 2017

    In the last few months of 2016, Google finally released its own smartphone. The result? According to most reviewers, one of the best combinations of hardware and software on the market. And it seems that Google is taking its foray into handsets seriously; with the ...
  • Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

    Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

    Ecommerce, Friday, 17 February 2017

    Ukraine has become the latest country to embrace – or plan to embrace – its cashless future. Going cashless has some serious benefits from a governmental point of view: primarily, an e-paper trail is easier to keep track of than a paper trail. That means ...
  • Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

    Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

    Luxury, Friday, 17 February 2017

    Starbucks can’t handle the volume of orders it’s getting. And it’s only got itself to blame: its Mobile Order and Pay app has driven coffee-fiends from their homes and offices and into the comfort of Starbucks’ stores around the globe. ...
  • Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

    Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

    Ecommerce, Friday, 17 February 2017

    One of the areas shaking up ecommerce at the moment is logistics. Companies like Amazon and FedEx have set enormous precedents when it comes to the speed and professionalism of the packaging and delivery side of ecommerce. Taking payments with a click is only half ...
  • Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

    Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

    Managed, Friday, 17 February 2017

    Eurofins Scientific, an international group of laboratories that has its base in Switzerland, is a hungry company. Over the last few months it’s gobbled up smaller businesses in an impressive industry land-grab that positions it as the overwhelming market ...
  • Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

    Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

    All News, Thursday, 16 February 2017

    If the U.S. economy meets the Federal Reserve’s (FED’s) outlook of rising inflation and tightening labour markets, then chairwoman Janet Yellen thinks there’s a strong case for more rate hikes earlier than expected. Painting a positive picture of ...
  • Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

    Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 16 February 2017

    Over the past few years, Facebook has turned itself into a powerful media platform. It is, nonetheless, adamant that it’s not a media company – it doesn’t actually produce media itself, just features others’. If Facebook’s ambitions ...
  • Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

    Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

    Luxury, Thursday, 16 February 2017

    Net sales at Yoox-Net-a-Porter (YNAP) rose by 12.4% to €1.87 billion on a reported basis for the year ended December 31 2016, against the same figure from 2015. The driver behind this enviable sales growth? Customers are flocking to the fashionable etailer in ...
  • Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

    Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

    Managed, Thursday, 16 February 2017

    Fast-growing online takeaway company Just Eat is looking for a new CEO. David Buttress, who has led the company admirably since 2013, has announced that he is standing down due to “urgent family matters”. While the company conducts its search, Just ...
  • U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

    U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

    All News, Wednesday, 15 February 2017

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch released a survey yesterday that shows that investors are more positive about the global economy than they’ve been since 2011. The optimism sweeping through U.S. investors and business people is, of course, directly linked to new ...
  • Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

    Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

    Luxury, Wednesday, 15 February 2017

    The Walt Disney Company has raised ticket prices for its American theme parks by up to $5 for a single-day ticket. This is an annual event, and the bitter-pill of higher ticket prices is usually offset by cuts to other types of tickets or discount deals, meaning ...
  • Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

    Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 15 February 2017

    Yesterday, Chinese ecommerce giant Tencent allowed users of its massively popular WeChat messenger service to send each other grams of gold online. This Valentine’s Day release marks the latest in a series of initiatives designed to capitalize on the Chinese ...

Latest News

  • Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

    Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

  • Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

    Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

  • PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

    PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

  • Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

    Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

  • Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

    Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

  • Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

    Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

  • Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

    Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

  • Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

    Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

  • Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

    Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

  • L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

    L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

  • Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

    Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

  • Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

    Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

  • Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

    Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

  • Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

    Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

  • Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

    Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

  • Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

    Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

  • According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

    According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

  • H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

    H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

  • Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

    Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

  • Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

    Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

  • Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

    Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

  • Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

    Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

  • Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

    Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

  • Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

    Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

  • Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

    Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

  • Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

    Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

  • Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

    Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

  • U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

    U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

  • Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

    Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

  • Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

    Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

  • Xylem demonstrates dewatering credibility in Germany

    Xylem demonstrates dewatering credibility in Germany

  • S&P 500 hits record; stocks rally globally; the week ahead

    S&P 500 hits record; stocks rally globally; the week ahead

  • FedEx deepens its ecommerce offerings

    FedEx deepens its ecommerce offerings

  • Adidas’ latest video ad reiterates creative credentials

    Adidas’ latest video ad reiterates creative credentials

  • Merck KGaA points new tool at drug development

    Merck KGaA points new tool at drug development

  • Nike’s high-tech designs may hold blueprint for its future

    Nike’s high-tech designs may hold blueprint for its future

  • Activision Blizzard: breaking records and beating estimates in 2016

    Activision Blizzard: breaking records and beating estimates in 2016

  • Hexagon AB acquires MSC Software

    Hexagon AB acquires MSC Software

  • Christian Dior at 70: more attractive than ever thanks to ‘girl power

    Christian Dior at 70: more attractive than ever thanks to ‘girl power’

  • L’Oréal consider selling The Body Shop

    L’Oréal consider selling The Body Shop

  • Compass Group show continued growth in Q1

    Compass Group show continued growth in Q1

  • Pandora continues to sparkle

    Pandora continues to sparkle

  • Activision Blizzard launch new division

    Activision Blizzard launch new division

  • H&M partner with Google on ‘coded couture’

    H&M partner with Google on ‘coded couture’

  • Tencent backed E-reading firm consider IPO

    Tencent backed E-reading firm consider IPO

  • Disney show weighed down figures

    Disney show weighed down figures

  • Yoox Net-A-Porter boss offers insights

    Yoox Net-A-Porter boss offers insights

  • WPP announce $600m global partnership

    WPP announce $600m global partnership

  • Take-Two acquire Social Point

    Take-Two acquire Social Point

  • FedEx turn to technology

    FedEx turn to technology

  • Shimano unveil new European head office

    Shimano unveil new European head office

  • Amazon shows holiday sales figures

    Amazon shows holiday sales figures

  • Adidas reveal swimwear made from ocean plastic

    Adidas reveal swimwear made from ocean plastic

  • Match Group’s revenues rise

    Match Group’s revenues rise

  • Can AI cure world hunger?

    Can AI cure world hunger?

  • Facebook easily beat expectations again

    Facebook easily beat expectations again

  • Tetra Tech outperforms in first quarter of 2017

    Tetra Tech outperforms in first quarter of 2017

  • Dufry win Channel Islands deal

    Dufry win Channel Islands deal

  • Delphi beats on Q4, share price rises

    Delphi beats on Q4, share price rises

  • Ulta Beauty attractive to Millennials

    Ulta Beauty attractive to Millennials

  • PayPal continue to excel

    PayPal continue to excel

  • Samsonite learns to capture Chinese market with ecommerce

    Samsonite learns to capture Chinese market with ecommerce

  • Mastercard see profits rise

    Mastercard see profits rise

  • FED: no movement on rates, U.S. economy strengthening

    FED: no movement on rates, U.S. economy strengthening

  • Starbucks post record holiday earnings

    Starbucks post record holiday earnings

  • H&M profits rise in Q4

    H&M profits rise in Q4

  • Drugmakers come up Trumps

    Drugmakers come up Trumps

  • Economic Outlook for February 2017

    Economic Outlook for February 2017

  • Luxottica and DFS launch omni-channel Prada campaign

    Luxottica and DFS launch omni-channel Prada campaign

  • Visa discuss FinTech innovation

    Visa discuss FinTech innovation

  • Halma acquire FluxData

    Halma acquire FluxData

  • Facebook tweak trending formula to combat ‘fake news’

    Facebook tweak trending formula to combat ‘fake news’

  • Royal Caribbean hits 52-week high following 11% surge last week

    Royal Caribbean hits 52-week high following 11% surge last week

  • Global 3D scanner market to double in 7 years

    Global 3D scanner market to double in 7 years

  • Ctrip link up with Merlin Entertainment

    Ctrip link up with Merlin Entertainment

  • Google drives a strong quarter for Alphabet

    Google drives a strong quarter for Alphabet

  • Amazon breaks new SVOD ground

    Amazon breaks new SVOD ground

  • Nike’s Breaking2 team head to Africa

    Nike’s Breaking2 team head to Africa

  • Alibaba posts massive revenue jump

    Alibaba posts massive revenue jump

  • Ebay meet expectations for the quarter

    Ebay meet expectations for the quarter

  • Starbucks put some big names on the board

    Starbucks put some big names on the board

  • Pandora gear up for Valentine’s Day

    Pandora gear up for Valentine’s Day

  • Dassault CEO: China is delivering “incredible innovations”

    Dassault CEO: China is delivering “incredible innovations”

  • AAA: Amazon’s Automobile Ambitions?

    AAA: Amazon’s Automobile Ambitions?

  • Royal Caribbean cruises offer diving certification

    Royal Caribbean cruises offer diving certification

  • FedEx fast-track leadership changes

    FedEx fast-track leadership changes

  • L’Oréal and Founders Factory help start-ups

    L’Oréal and Founders Factory help start-ups

  • Inditex shores up its young appeal with humanitarian credentials

    Inditex shores up its young appeal with humanitarian credentials

  • Skyworks exceed Q1 expectations

    Skyworks exceed Q1 expectations

  • Google evolves its Home ecosystem

    Google evolves its Home ecosystem

  • Alibaba become major Olympics partner

    Alibaba become major Olympics partner

  • Tencent dominate Chinese mobile app usage as internet use advances

    Tencent dominate Chinese mobile app usage as internet use advances

  • Marriott reveal location of new headquarters

    Marriott reveal location of new headquarters

  • John Deere go green!

    John Deere go green!

  • TripAdvisor expands its subscription business

    TripAdvisor expands its subscription business

  • UK watchdog consider Mastercard compromise offer

    UK watchdog consider Mastercard compromise offer

  • Remy Cointreau beat Q3 expectations

    Remy Cointreau beat Q3 expectations

  • Google buy developer platform from Twitter

    Google buy developer platform from Twitter

  • WPP boss discusses Snapchat’s future role

    WPP boss discusses Snapchat’s future role

  • Baidu appoint AI expert as COO

    Baidu appoint AI expert as COO

  • Tencent to help Mashable launch in China

    Tencent to help Mashable launch in China

  • Live Nation buy into another festival

    Live Nation buy into another festival

  • EA support new Nintendo Switch

    EA support new Nintendo Switch

  • Alibaba discuss US jobs with Trump

    Alibaba discuss US jobs with Trump

  • Mastercard launch mobile marketplace for African farmers

    Mastercard launch mobile marketplace for African farmers

  • Lindt & Sprüngli beat expectations in 2016

    Lindt & Sprüngli beat expectations in 2016

  • Trump bad for drugmakers? Novartis thinks otherwise

    Trump bad for drugmakers? Novartis thinks otherwise

  • Post-Brexit UK will do whatever it takes to be competitive

    Post-Brexit UK will do whatever it takes to be competitive

  • Ebay look to tackle counterfeiters

    Ebay look to tackle counterfeiters

  • Xylem help to build Sehore’s first wastewater plant

    Xylem help to build Sehore’s first wastewater plant

  • Visa and Honda show off in-car transactions

    Visa and Honda show off in-car transactions

  • Cyber security has to become a fundamental feature of modern life

    Cyber security has to become a fundamental feature of modern life

  • Is this the ‘time’ for timepieces to shine?

    Is this the ‘time’ for timepieces to shine?

  • FedEx team up with Walgreens

    FedEx team up with Walgreens

  • Moncler pull a disappearing act

    Moncler pull a disappearing act

  • Eyewear giants combine in €51 billion merger

    Eyewear giants combine in €51 billion merger

  • Yellen: U.S. economy looks strong in short-term

    Yellen: U.S. economy looks strong in short-term

  • Starbucks take alcohol off the menu

    Starbucks take alcohol off the menu

  • Facebook to test mid-video adverts

    Facebook to test mid-video adverts

  • Fed: monetary policy predictions depend on fiscal policy clarity

    Fed: monetary policy predictions depend on fiscal policy clarity

  • Royal Caribbean want to hire an Instagrammer

    Royal Caribbean want to hire an Instagrammer

  • Google bets on balloons

    Google bets on balloons

  • Ebay founder donates to protect us from AI

    Ebay founder donates to protect us from AI

  • Yahoo to make major changes

    Yahoo to make major changes

  • H&M and Zara: world’s best fashion brands?

    H&M and Zara: world’s best fashion brands?

  • Facebook hire Campbell Brown to lead news team

    Facebook hire Campbell Brown to lead news team

  • Are ChemChina and Syngenta submitting to ‘minor concessions’?

    Are ChemChina and Syngenta submitting to ‘minor concessions’?

  • As competition heats up, L’Oréal buys an advantage or three

    As competition heats up, L’Oréal buys an advantage or three

  • Baidu launch home robot

    Baidu launch home robot

  • Live Nation and Hulu reveal new VR series

    Live Nation and Hulu reveal new VR series

  • Global Payments share price jumps by 7% on back of strong Q2

    Global Payments share price jumps by 7% on back of strong Q2

  • The true extent of the robot revolution

    The true extent of the robot revolution

  • Alibaba try to tackle counterfeiters

    Alibaba try to tackle counterfeiters

  • Adidas now so popular, fans creating its adverts

    Adidas now so popular, fans creating its adverts

  • Amazon linked with American Apparel deal

    Amazon linked with American Apparel deal

  • Is 2017 the year of the Millennial blues?

    Is 2017 the year of the Millennial blues?

  • Walt Disney and Panasonic form alliance

    Walt Disney and Panasonic form alliance

  • Competition watchdog probes Mastercard’s Vocalink deal

    Competition watchdog probes Mastercard’s Vocalink deal

  • Luxottica uses 360-degree video to mimic childhood sight impairment

    Luxottica uses 360-degree video to mimic childhood sight impairment

  • Sweden’s population forecast to hit 10 million: ageing crisis averted?

    Sweden’s population forecast to hit 10 million: ageing crisis averted?

  • Nielsen reveals top ranking apps

    Nielsen reveals top ranking apps

  • Ford’s decision to stay in Michigan: good for U.S. workers, or robots?

    Ford’s decision to stay in Michigan: good for U.S. workers, or robots?

  • Marriott open stunning resort in Marco Island

    Marriott open stunning resort in Marco Island

  • ‘Rupert the Bear’ on nurturing artisans and the future of luxury

    ‘Rupert the Bear’ on nurturing artisans and the future of luxury

  • Tencent launch joint venture in search of new Asian talent

    Tencent launch joint venture in search of new Asian talent

  • Will Google capitalize on Indian interest?

    Will Google capitalize on Indian interest?

  • JD Sports’ Go Outdoors takeover under scrutiny

    Baidu plan IPO for video-streaming site

  • UK Manufacturing boosted by weak pound

    UK Manufacturing boosted by weak pound

  • Baidu plan IPO for video-streaming site

    Baidu plan IPO for video-streaming site

  • Have Starbucks caused a shift in the fizzy drink industry?

    Have Starbucks caused a shift in the fizzy drink industry?

  • Adidas by Stella McCartney on center court at Australian Open

    Adidas by Stella McCartney on center court at Australian Open

  • Economic Outlook for January 2017

    Economic Outlook for January 2017

  • Pandora acquires Gielen Trading network in Belgium and Luxembourg

    Pandora acquires Gielen Trading network in Belgium and Luxembourg

  • Honda in talks with Alphabet’s Waymo

    Honda in talks with Alphabet’s Waymo

  • Could longer weekends spur Japanese consumption?

    Could longer weekends spur Japanese consumption?

  • Facebook debuts Live Audio

    Facebook debuts Live Audio

  • FedEx show mixed results

    FedEx show mixed results

  • Xylem volunteers to solve water crises

    Xylem volunteers to solve water crises

  • Dufry’s drivers: Star Wars and Brexit

    Dufry’s drivers: Star Wars and Brexit

  • Carnival earnings: most profitable year ever

    Carnival earnings: most profitable year ever

  • Nielsen agree $560 million acquisition

    Nielsen agree $560 million acquisition

  • Nike beats estimate on earnings and sales, stock jumps

    Nike beats estimate on earnings and sales, stock jumps

  • Expedia finally joins TripAdvisor Instant Bookings

    Expedia finally joins TripAdvisor Instant Bookings

  • European stocks approaching one-year high despite geopolitical disturbances

    European stocks approaching one-year high despite geopolitical disturbances

  • Alphabet spin off driverless car business

    Alphabet spin off driverless car business

  • L’Oréal looks like a millennial brand at the end of 2016

    L’Oréal looks like a millennial brand at the end of 2016

  • PayPal and Citi form alliance

    PayPal and Citi form alliance

  • Syngenta turns to ‘open innovation’ for agricultural advantage

    Syngenta turns to ‘open innovation’ for agricultural advantage

  • Amazon makes their first drone delivery

    Amazon makes their first drone delivery

  • Adidas reveal 3D printed shoe

    Adidas reveal 3D printed shoe

  • Why WPP’s bid-rigging probe shouldn’t worry you

    Why WPP’s bid-rigging probe shouldn’t worry you

  • KION look to Dematic acquisition for further growth

    KION look to Dematic acquisition for further growth

  • Inditex post profit rise

    Inditex post profit rise

  • Just Eat gobbles up two of their rivals

    Just Eat gobbles up two of their rivals

  • Disney’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” lives up to the hype

    Disney’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” lives up to the hype

  • Fed: rates rise, borrowing costs boost in 2017

    Fed: rates rise, borrowing costs boost in 2017

  • Electronic Arts’s deal with Porsche is finally over

    Electronic Arts’s deal with Porsche is finally over

  • Moncler play to patriotism in USA

    Moncler play to patriotism in USA

  • Mastercard highlight financial exclusion problem

    Mastercard highlight financial exclusion problem

  • Nike target the two-hour marathon

    Nike target the two-hour marathon

  • Extreme weather on the horizon

    Extreme weather on the horizon

  • The big names in ecommerce long to hear your voice

    The big names in ecommerce long to hear your voice

  • Royal Caribbean is revolutionising cruising

    Royal Caribbean is revolutionising cruising

  • Small businesses cheer Trump effect

    Small businesses cheer Trump effect

  • Visa to acquire CardinalCommerce

    Visa to acquire CardinalCommerce

  • Starbucks partners with WeChat to drive Chinese business

    Starbucks partners with WeChat to drive Chinese business

  • Expedia named best company to work for in the UK

    Expedia named best company to work for in the UK

  • Fancy a yearly Star Wars? Disney does…

    Fancy a yearly Star Wars? Disney does…

  • Facebook’s year in review goes live

    Facebook’s year in review goes live

  • Marriott open Downtown Abu Dhabi in style

    Marriott open Downtown Abu Dhabi in style

  • Syngenta make barley breeding agreement

    Syngenta make barley breeding agreement

  • Trump’s rally bolsters wide breadth of sectors

    Trump’s rally bolsters wide breadth of sectors

  • Adidas open their largest store ever

    Adidas open their largest store ever

  • Silicon Valley elites prepare to break bread with Trump

    Silicon Valley elites prepare to break bread with Trump

  • Zalando pursue aggressive expansion

    Zalando pursue aggressive expansion

  • Deere leads the way towards zero emissions farming

    Deere leads the way towards zero emissions farming

  • Activision Blizzard feels ‘Call of Duty’ to aid military veterans

    Activision Blizzard feels ‘Call of Duty’ to aid military veterans

  • WPP spend big on Snapchat

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