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  • Can PayPal give Instagram the edge in contextual commerce?

    Can PayPal give Instagram the edge in contextual commerce?

    Ecommerce, Friday, 22 March 2019

    Facebook-owned social media site Instagram, the photo-focussed platform where millennials use various filters to make their images of food, makeup, landscapes, and themselves even easier on the eye, is branching out into contextual commerce. What, I hear you ask, ...
  • Want a cleaner, greener, world? China’s electric buses might be the answer

    Want a cleaner, greener, world? China’s electric buses might be the answer

    Managed, Friday, 22 March 2019

    According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), Chinese buses may be the key to a greener world – assuming, that is, that they continue to transition to electric. BNEF posted a report this week that detailed the impact “China and its bus fleet” ...
  • Disney and 21st Century Fox finally merge, and Netflix’s share price trends… up?

    Disney and 21st Century Fox finally merge, and Netflix’s share price trends… up?

    Managed, Friday, 22 March 2019

    It says impressive things about the confidence investors have in Streaming Video on Demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix that the merger between 21st Century Fox and Disney hasn’t dented it’s share price. In fact, on the day that Fox and Disney’s ...
  • Estee Lauder embraces tech innovation for beauty

    Estee Lauder embraces tech innovation for beauty

    Luxury, Friday, 22 March 2019

    Cosmetics giant Estee Lauder is looking to innovate its way to the top. The makeup market-leader is fending off upstart start-ups left, right, and centre – young brands that appeal to similarly young consumers. And, to keep itself front and centre, Estee is ...
  • We’ve got Netflix and Spotify… when is gaming going to get a first-rate streaming platform?

    We’ve got Netflix and Spotify… when is gaming going to get a first-rate streaming platform?

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 21 March 2019

    This week is Games Develop Conference week in San Francisco, where 25,000 industry pros are gathering to hammer out what the future of gaming looks like. And one player in particular, Silicon Valley giant Google, took centre stage with an exciting new platform ...
  • Inditex sales hit all-time high in fourth quarter

    Inditex sales hit all-time high in fourth quarter

    Luxury, Thursday, 21 March 2019

    Spanish fast-fashion titan Inditex reported sales for the fourth quarter, and full year, of 2018 last week. The company said it’s making strong headway with its push into better digital operations, and its US presence has continued to grow, more-than tripling ...
  • Starbucks supercharging loyalty scheme to fend off competition

    Starbucks supercharging loyalty scheme to fend off competition

    Managed, Thursday, 21 March 2019

    Coffeehouse kingpin Starbucks has announced a revamp of its incredibly popular loyalty scheme, hoping that a tactic which has served it well in the past can help push it even further. The company made the announcement ahead of Wednesday’s shareholder meeting, ...
  • Marriott outlines bold growth plans for next three years

    Marriott outlines bold growth plans for next three years

    Luxury, Thursday, 21 March 2019

    Marriott International, the world’s largest luxury hotelier, has outlined its plan to open as many as 1,700 hotels over the next three years. The company made the announcement on Monday, just prior to its annual investor day in New York. The company also took ...
  • Viasat and Facebook team up to bring the internet to rural Mexico

    Viasat and Facebook team up to bring the internet to rural Mexico

    Managed, Wednesday, 20 March 2019

    Social media giant Facebook has kickstarted a couple of initiatives over the years to get cheap-or-free WiFi in the hands of underserved populations in rural communities around the world. But, for one reason or another, none of these initiatives have been the ...
  • Live Nation and Uber – a match made in heaven?

    Live Nation and Uber – a match made in heaven?

    Luxury, Wednesday, 20 March 2019

    Live Nation and Uber are entering into a new partnership that could bring both companies a substantial business boost. But how do a ride-hailing company and a live events organiser find synergy? The answer is simple: Live Nation will update its app, adding a new ...
  • Netflix announces its latest interactive story – You vs. Wild

    Netflix announces its latest interactive story – You vs. Wild

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 20 March 2019

    Streaming Video on Demand market leader Netflix had a hit on its hands with last year’s Bandersnatch – a special episode of sci-fi anthology Black Mirror that showcased the application of its “interactive storytelling” technology on adult ...
  • Reports emerge that Constellation Brands may be close to selling some of its wine brands

    Reports emerge that Constellation Brands may be close to selling some of its wine brands

    Luxury, Wednesday, 20 March 2019

    Constellation Brands is a major player in the alcohol space, and the US’s third largest beer company – and, thanks to major investments in nascent socialising trends, the company is looking to sell off the low end of its wine portfolio. According to a ...
  • Spotify & Apple engage in war of words over legal battle

    Spotify & Apple engage in war of words over legal battle

    Luxury, Tuesday, 19 March 2019

    At the end of last week, we reported that music streaming market leader Spotify was filing an antitrust complaint against tech giant Apple. In brief, the complaint centred around Apple’s dual role as Spotify’s competitor as a music streaming service ...
  • Just Eat sees 43% revenue rise in 2018, commits to expansion

    Just Eat sees 43% revenue rise in 2018, commits to expansion

    Managed, Tuesday, 19 March 2019

    Fast food delivery service Just Eat has committed to an expansion of its courier service, as it searches for a new CEO and faces fresh competition from rivals like Deliveroo and Uber Eats. Just Eat remains the UK’s market leader in food delivery, but the ...
  • Mr. Bond’s new ride comes in green

    Mr. Bond’s new ride comes in green

    Luxury, Tuesday, 19 March 2019

    Fictional British superspy James Bond’s next ride will be an electric Aston Martin, according to an interview in The Sun newspaper. In a feature from last week, the paper said director Cary Joji Fukunaga (whom it described as “a total tree-hugger”) ...
  • GoDaddy is now “officially” in South Africa

    GoDaddy is now “officially” in South Africa

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 19 March 2019

    GoDaddy, the world’s largest cloud-hosting platform aimed at helping small businesses carve out a niche of cyber-space for themselves, is now officially in South Africa. To be clear, this is actually an expansion – South Africans have had access to ...
  • Adidas beats the Street, sees ecommerce as “future for a lot of markets”

    Adidas beats the Street, sees ecommerce as “future for a lot of markets”

    Luxury, Monday, 18 March 2019

    Adidas continued a three-year comeback run of epic proportions last week. The fashionable sportswear company, known for its sneakers and soccer sponsorships, extended a US recovery that has seen its sales double over the past three years with a “record ...
  • Adobe surprises investors, beats on earnings

    Adobe surprises investors, beats on earnings

    Ecommerce, Monday, 18 March 2019

    Creative software giant Adobe, the company behind studio-staples like Photoshop and InDesign, reported earnings last week. The company managed to surprise investors, beating the Street on earnings – although it (very) narrowly missed revenue expectations. ...
  • Farfetch to merge its Chinese operation with JD.com

    Farfetch to merge its Chinese operation with JD.com

    Luxury, Monday, 18 March 2019

    Online fashion retailer Farfetch has announced that it will be merging its Chinese operation with JD.com, a major player in the country’s online retail market (and, incidentally, a holding in Dominion’s Global Trends Ecommerce Fund). The collaboration ...
  • Baidu sees first executive retirement, vows to appoint millennials to top team

    Baidu sees first executive retirement, vows to appoint millennials to top team

    Managed, Monday, 18 March 2019

    At the end of last week, Chinese internet giant Baidu made an announcement: Zhang Yaqin, its president of new business, is opting to retire at 53. This will be the first executive retirement that Baidu’s ever seen, and it came in response to a new initiative ...
  • Spotify launches anti-trust attack against Apple

    Spotify launches anti-trust attack against Apple

    Luxury, Friday, 15 March 2019

    Streaming music market leader Spotify has launched an anti-trust complaint against iPhone-maker Apple, one of its biggest competitors. Apple, which made its name as a hardware company before branching out into services, has an unfair advantage over other players in ...
  • Facebook doesn’t have a great track-record on privacy – but that might change sooner than you think

    Facebook doesn’t have a great track-record on privacy – but that might change sooner than you think

    Ecommerce, Friday, 15 March 2019

    Facebook is not known for being a privacy-first platform. In fact, it is literally the opposite of that: a social network. However, the company may be planning a pivot towards more private communications, the groundwork for which is laid with features it’s ...
  • What’s next for Starbucks? Dark social

    What’s next for Starbucks? Dark social

    Managed, Friday, 15 March 2019

    Coffeehouse kingpin Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee chain, is testing a new marketing strategy on social media: something that’s referred to, in the industry, as “dark social”. Despite the ominous (and slightly cool) sounding name, dark ...
  • Pernod Ricard is looking to sell wine assets… or is it?

    Pernod Ricard is looking to sell wine assets… or is it?

    Luxury, Friday, 15 March 2019

    In the latter half of this week, rumours spread like wildfire throughout the media that spirits giant Pernod Ricard was looking to sell its wine assets. The “news” started with an article on Bloomberg, which asserted that the company was ...
  • eSports might not be in the next Olympics… but does it need to be?

    eSports might not be in the next Olympics… but does it need to be?

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 March 2019

    eSports was left off the list of nominated sports for Paris 2024, meaning it won’t get a chance to be part of the Olympics until at least 2028 in Las Vegas. But many spectators are asking whether the new form of competition even needs the publicity that would ...
  • How Hermes stays ahead of the pack in China

    How Hermes stays ahead of the pack in China

    Luxury, Thursday, 14 March 2019

    Luxury leather goods specialist Hermes is best-known as the creator of the incredibly exclusive Birkin bag, second-hand examples of which often retail for hundreds of thousands of dollars (you can get one first-hand for 20%-or-so of the price – but the waiting ...
  • Netflix confirms decision to focus on more “interactive storytelling” projects

    Netflix confirms decision to focus on more “interactive storytelling” projects

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 March 2019

    Last year ended with a bang for Netflix’s original content division, and that bang was called Bandersnatch. Bandersnatch is a unique, feature-length episode of Netflix’s dystopian sci-fi hit Black Mirror. And what makes it so unique is this: viewers got ...
  • Cognizant announces Meritsoft acquisition

    Cognizant announces Meritsoft acquisition

    Managed, Thursday, 14 March 2019

    IT services giant Cognizant has announced the acquisition of Meritsoft, a Dublin-based “FinTech innovator in post-trade processing.” According to Cognizant’s press release, the acquisition will benefit both companies, and provide “banking ...
  • Facebook is doing more than talking tough – moves to sue “data grabbing” quizzes

    Facebook is doing more than talking tough – moves to sue “data grabbing” quizzes

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 13 March 2019

    In a move that signals Facebook’s tougher approach to data breaches, the social media giant has announced that it is suing two Ukrainians who are behind a number of “data grabbing” quizzes that featured on its platform. The quizzes in question ...
  • Estée Lauder announces Environmental, Social and Governance goals for 2025

    Estée Lauder announces Environmental, Social and Governance goals for 2025

    Luxury, Wednesday, 13 March 2019

    Estée Lauder, the luxury cosmetics giant with a reputation for doing the right thing, is looking to advance its legacy of ethical action. In a recent announcement, the company has detailed additional Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals, which it ...

Latest News

  • Can PayPal give Instagram the edge in contextual commerce?

    Can PayPal give Instagram the edge in contextual commerce?

  • Want a cleaner, greener, world? China’s electric buses might be the answer

    Want a cleaner, greener, world? China’s electric buses might be the answer

  • Disney and 21st Century Fox finally merge, and Netflix’s share price trends… up?

    Disney and 21st Century Fox finally merge, and Netflix’s share price trends… up?

  • Estee Lauder embraces tech innovation for beauty

    Estee Lauder embraces tech innovation for beauty

  • We’ve got Netflix and Spotify… when is gaming going to get a first-rate streaming platform?

    We’ve got Netflix and Spotify… when is gaming going to get a first-rate streaming platform?

  • Inditex sales hit all-time high in fourth quarter

    Inditex sales hit all-time high in fourth quarter

  • Starbucks supercharging loyalty scheme to fend off competition

    Starbucks supercharging loyalty scheme to fend off competition

  • Marriott outlines bold growth plans for next three years

    Marriott outlines bold growth plans for next three years

  • Viasat and Facebook team up to bring the internet to rural Mexico

    Viasat and Facebook team up to bring the internet to rural Mexico

  • Live Nation and Uber – a match made in heaven?

    Live Nation and Uber – a match made in heaven?

  • Netflix announces its latest interactive story – You vs. Wild

    Netflix announces its latest interactive story – You vs. Wild

  • Reports emerge that Constellation Brands may be close to selling some of its wine brands

    Reports emerge that Constellation Brands may be close to selling some of its wine brands

  • Spotify & Apple engage in war of words over legal battle

    Spotify & Apple engage in war of words over legal battle

  • Just Eat sees 43% revenue rise in 2018, commits to expansion

    Just Eat sees 43% revenue rise in 2018, commits to expansion

  • Mr. Bond’s new ride comes in green

    Mr. Bond’s new ride comes in green

  • GoDaddy is now “officially” in South Africa

    GoDaddy is now “officially” in South Africa

  • Adidas beats the Street, sees ecommerce as “future for a lot of markets”

    Adidas beats the Street, sees ecommerce as “future for a lot of markets”

  • Adobe surprises investors, beats on earnings

    Adobe surprises investors, beats on earnings

  • Farfetch to merge its Chinese operation with JD.com

    Farfetch to merge its Chinese operation with JD.com

  • Baidu sees first executive retirement, vows to appoint millennials to top team

    Baidu sees first executive retirement, vows to appoint millennials to top team

  • Spotify launches anti-trust attack against Apple

    Spotify launches anti-trust attack against Apple

  • Facebook doesn’t have a great track-record on privacy – but that might change sooner than you think

    Facebook doesn’t have a great track-record on privacy – but that might change sooner than you think

  • What’s next for Starbucks? Dark social

    What’s next for Starbucks? Dark social

  • Pernod Ricard is looking to sell wine assets… or is it?

    Pernod Ricard is looking to sell wine assets… or is it?

  • eSports might not be in the next Olympics… but does it need to be?

    eSports might not be in the next Olympics… but does it need to be?

  • How Hermes stays ahead of the pack in China

    How Hermes stays ahead of the pack in China

  • Netflix confirms decision to focus on more “interactive storytelling” projects

    Netflix confirms decision to focus on more “interactive storytelling” projects

  • Cognizant announces Meritsoft acquisition

    Cognizant announces Meritsoft acquisition

  • Facebook is doing more than talking tough – moves to sue “data grabbing” quizzes

    Facebook is doing more than talking tough – moves to sue “data grabbing” quizzes

  • Estée Lauder announces Environmental, Social and Governance goals for 2025

    Estée Lauder announces Environmental, Social and Governance goals for 2025

  • Visa teams up with PayActiv to bring earlier pay to workers

    Visa teams up with PayActiv to bring earlier pay to workers

  • EssilorLuxottica sees “solid” growth in 2018

    EssilorLuxottica sees “solid” growth in 2018

  • Spotify India, a one-week update: one million subscribers!

    Spotify India, a one-week update: one million subscribers!

  • Amazon moves forward with brick-and-mortar, closing 87 pop-ups in April

    Amazon moves forward with brick-and-mortar, closing 87 pop-ups in April

  • Farfetch embraces bespoke curation with Communities

    Farfetch embraces bespoke curation with Communities

  • Compass Group puts women front and centre in new HR program

    Compass Group puts women front and centre in new HR program

  • Happy Women’s Day! Here’s what PayPal thinks about gender and pay balance

    Happy Women’s Day! Here’s what PayPal thinks about gender and pay balance

  • Galaxy Entertainment sees 19% earnings increase in 2018

    Galaxy Entertainment sees 19% earnings increase in 2018

  • JD.com beats its own expectations in fourth quarter of 2018

    JD.com beats its own expectations in fourth quarter of 2018

  • Eurofins saw “solid” 2018, revenue +27%

    Eurofins saw “solid” 2018, revenue +27%

  • Baidu’s Robin Li: focus on artificial intelligence, not trade war

    Baidu’s Robin Li: focus on artificial intelligence, not trade war

  • Shopify’s incredible growth story continued through the fourth quarter of 2018

    Shopify’s incredible growth story continued through the fourth quarter of 2018

  • Samsonite sees the value in Chinese customers – accepting Chinese payment apps in store

    Samsonite sees the value in Chinese customers – accepting Chinese payment apps in store

  • Marriott: investors hold fast after a revenue miss and an earnings beat

    Marriott: investors hold fast after a revenue miss and an earnings beat

  • Netflix responds to Steven Spielberg criticism – and so do some other Hollywood voices

    Netflix responds to Steven Spielberg criticism – and so do some other Hollywood voices

  • Facebook’s new patent offer a window into how it thinks about politics

    Facebook’s new patent offer a window into how it thinks about politics

  • Spotify’s new brand film celebrates its launch in what will become a key market

    Spotify’s new brand film celebrates its launch in what will become a key market

  • How well does Starbucks understand the Chinese consumer? Check out the reception of its limited-edition cat cup

    How well does Starbucks understand the Chinese consumer? Check out the reception of its limited-edition cat cup

  • Yes, Brexit’s a threat – but Aston Martin’s last quarterly earnings weren’t bad

    Yes, Brexit’s a threat – but Aston Martin’s last quarterly earnings weren’t bad

  • Amadeus’ quarterly earnings show strength in software services

    Amadeus’ quarterly earnings show strength in software services

  • Scout24 share price rockets in February after board approves takeover bid

    Scout24 share price rockets in February after board approves takeover bid

  • Global Payments to acquire Sentral Education

    Global Payments to acquire Sentral Education

  • Investment Outlook for March 2019

    Investment Outlook for March 2019

  • Live Nation posts eighth record year of results

    Live Nation posts eighth record year of results

  • Amazon looks to save money – and the environment – with new Prime strategy

    Amazon looks to save money – and the environment – with new Prime strategy

  • Moncler: sales grew 19% in 2018, and there’s more to come

    Moncler: sales grew 19% in 2018, and there’s more to come

  • Anta Sports beat the Street, posts fifth year of record profit!

    Anta Sports beat the Street, posts fifth year of record profit!

  • Tinder gears up for Spring Break – a “match” made in heaven?

    Tinder gears up for Spring Break – a “match” made in heaven?

  • Domino’s might not have overwhelmed investors over earnings – but it’s still winning the pizza wars

    Domino’s might not have overwhelmed investors over earnings – but it’s still winning the pizza wars

  • Alibaba wants to go all-in on Hollywood after Green Book wins

    Alibaba wants to go all-in on Hollywood after Green Book wins

  • Baidu beats the Street on top- and bottom-lines

    Baidu beats the Street on top- and bottom-lines

  • Generic approvals go up, but drug prices don’t go down

    Generic approvals go up, but drug prices don’t go down

  • Treasury Wine Estates targets British millennials with augmented reality wines

    Treasury Wine Estates targets British millennials with augmented reality wines

  • Google assistant button to feature on 100 million new phones

    Google assistant button to feature on 100 million new phones

  • Will podcasts be Spotify’s “exclusive content”?

    Will podcasts be Spotify’s “exclusive content”?

  • Netflix gets Oscar gold, strong incentive to auteurs who are yet to embrace SVOD

    Netflix gets Oscar gold, strong incentive to auteurs who are yet to embrace SVOD

  • US non-profit claims new Novartis gene therapy would be “cost effective up to $900,000”

    US non-profit claims new Novartis gene therapy would be “cost effective up to $900,000”

  • PVH buys long-time partner, Gazal Corporation Limited

    PVH buys long-time partner, Gazal Corporation Limited

  • GoDaddy beats the Street in fourth quarter of 2018

    GoDaddy beats the Street in fourth quarter of 2018

  • Layoffs in China’s internet sector? Not at Alibaba!

    Layoffs in China’s internet sector? Not at Alibaba!

  • Amazon’s Twitch wins major new esports partner

    Amazon’s Twitch wins major new esports partner

  • Constellation Brands announces plan to jettison 40% of wines and spirits

    Constellation Brands announces plan to jettison 40% of wines and spirits

  • Zuckerberg speaks up for Big Tech

    Zuckerberg speaks up for Big Tech

  • Live Nation’s shopping spree continues

    Live Nation’s shopping spree continues

  • Inditex launches Pull & Bear online channel in US

    Inditex launches Pull & Bear online channel in US

  • YouTube faces advertising backlash over child videos

    YouTube faces advertising backlash over child videos

  • The pet care craze is worldwide… even Chinese millennials are getting in on the action!

    The pet care craze is worldwide… even Chinese millennials are getting in on the action!

  • The luxury world bids farewell to a fashion icon

    The luxury world bids farewell to a fashion icon

  • Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

    Google looks to close the cloud gap with Amazon and Microsoft through new acquisition

  • Alibaba pumps more money into CICC investment bank

    Alibaba pumps more money into CICC investment bank

  • Amazon’s next venture: sustainability

    Amazon’s next venture: sustainability

  • Bright Horizons named as one of “100 Bes Companies to Work For” by Fortune Magazine

    Bright Horizons named as one of “100 Bes Companies to Work For” by Fortune Magazine

  • As Netflix cancels Jessica Jones and The Punisher, it’s the end of an era

    As Netflix cancels Jessica Jones and The Punisher, it’s the end of an era

  • BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

    BYD announces European expansion with new zero-emission models

  • Who stands to benefit from Brexit? Facebook

    Who stands to benefit from Brexit? Facebook

  • Fashion sites are buzzing: is Project Loud the LVMH & Rihanna collaboration we’ve been waiting for?

    Fashion sites are buzzing: is Project Loud the LVMH & Rihanna collaboration we’ve been waiting for?

  • Estee Lauder is conquering the digital world one brand at a time

    Estee Lauder is conquering the digital world one brand at a time

  • Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

    Givaudan partners with The Kitchen to shake up food

  • IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

    IQVIA Holdings delivers record results in fourth quarter

  • Starbucks evolves China strategy with all-day food café

    Starbucks evolves China strategy with all-day food café

  • Constellation Brands’ beer named as official partner of US Ski and Snowboard Team

    Constellation Brands’ beer named as official partner of US Ski and Snowboard Team

  • Grubhub: the future is restaurant chains

    Grubhub: the future is restaurant chains

  • Treasury Wine Estates sees 16% rise in first-half revenue, looks to French wines in China for growth

    Treasury Wine Estates sees 16% rise in first-half revenue, looks to French wines in China for growth

  • Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

    Charles River continues winning streak in fourth quarter

  • Amazon: No Way New York

    Amazon: No Way New York

  • Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

    Cognex beats the Street on revenues and earnings in fourth quarter

  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions beats the Street on earnings

    Bright Horizons Family Solutions beats the Street on earnings

  • America: Netflix and chill? Maybe just Netflix

    America: Netflix and chill? Maybe just Netflix

  • Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

    Alphabet’s Makani energy kite gets go-ahead as an independent company

  • Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

    Check out this video of Xylem’s intervention in last year’s Thai cave disaster

  • Facebook’s next target: video

    Facebook’s next target: video

  • Royal Caribbean plans to leverage the power of Instagram influencers

    Royal Caribbean plans to leverage the power of Instagram influencers

  • Pernod Ricard won’t skimp on advertising because of Brexit, but no-deal would be ‘nightmare’

    Pernod Ricard won’t skimp on advertising because of Brexit, but no-deal would be ‘nightmare’

  • Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

    Samsonite gives online shopping platform a boost with Cappasity product visualisation

  • Kering beats the Street, joins LVMH and Hermes in saying China still strong

    Kering beats the Street, joins LVMH and Hermes in saying China still strong

  • GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

    GSK beats the Street on top and bottom lines

  • Mastercard unveils new “sonic” brand

    Mastercard unveils new “sonic” brand

  • Amazon to buy Eero to push into connected home market

    Amazon to buy Eero to push into connected home market

  • Facebook tries talking the EU’s language on political advertising

    Facebook tries talking the EU’s language on political advertising

  • Hermes sees strong demand in China over fourth quarter

    According to prestige luxury brand Hermes, best known for its leather goods like the exclusive Birkin handbag, which sell at auction for as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars, Chinese demand for luxury is holding firm. The company released positive

  • Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

    Compass Group sees strong growth thanks to new business wins in 1Q2019

  • ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

    ViaSat share price surges on the back of strong third quarter

  • Take-Two sells an incredible 23 million copies of Red Dead 2 – but the share price falls

    Take-Two sells an incredible 23 million copies of Red Dead 2 – but the share price falls

  • Match continues outperformance with Tinder as jewel in its crown

    Match continues outperformance with Tinder as jewel in its crown

  • Spotify smashed earnings estimates – but share price declines

    Spotify smashed earnings estimates – but share price declines

  • Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

    Cognizant beats the Street in Q4, announces new CEO

  • Estee Lauder beats the Street, share price jumps

    Estee Lauder beats the Street, share price jumps

  • Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

    Verily sets its sights on next big challenge: the opioid crisis

  • Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

    Hexagon AB shares jump on positive quarterly results, confidence over China

  • Amazon makes its next competitors clear with a regulatory filing

    Amazon makes its next competitors clear with a regulatory filing

  • Alphabet smashes expectations – but rising costs make investors skittish

    Alphabet smashes expectations – but rising costs make investors skittish

  • Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

    Assa Abloy sees strong sales growth in fourth quarter

  • Live Nation boosts Asian presence with acquisition of One Production in Singapore

    Live Nation boosts Asian presence with acquisition of One Production in Singapore

  • Glaxosmithkline to pay up to $4.2 billion for access to Merck’s oncology division

    Glaxosmithkline to pay up to $4.2 billion for access to Merck’s oncology division

  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the Street, continues to grow despite flattening in wider industry

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the Street, continues to grow despite flattening in wider industry

  • Spotify rumoured to be in “advanced stages” of podcast company acquisition

    Spotify rumoured to be in “advanced stages” of podcast company acquisition

  • Booking Holdings new report details “The Next Billion” people to go online

    Booking Holdings new report details “The Next Billion” people to go online

  • Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

    Aptiv shares add 7% after beating expectations

  • Amazon beat the Street in every way possible – here’s why the share price went down

    Amazon beat the Street in every way possible – here’s why the share price went down

  • Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech reports record first-quarter earnings

  • Mastercard triples profit in fourth quarter of 2018

    Mastercard triples profit in fourth quarter of 2018

  • Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

    Xylem sees a solid end to 2018, meets expectations

  • Investment Outlook for February 2019

    Investment Outlook for February 2019

  • Ferrari leaves competitors eating its dust as earnings and exclusivity drive performance

    Ferrari leaves competitors eating its dust as earnings and exclusivity drive performance

  • PayPal continues incredible 15-quarter earnings run

    PayPal continues incredible 15-quarter earnings run

  • Visa beats expectations on higher traffic volume

    Visa beats expectations on higher traffic volume

  • High Tide for Passive Investing

    High Tide for Passive Investing

  • Plain sailing in fourth quarter sees Royal Caribbean cruise out ahead of expectations

    Plain sailing in fourth quarter sees Royal Caribbean cruise out ahead of expectations

  • Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

    Alibaba beats the Street, defying trend in Chinese companies this week

  • PayPal and Mastercard: Big Tech plus big banks can work

    PayPal and Mastercard: Big Tech plus big banks can work

  • Putting on the Ritz: Luxury Consumer fund core holding LVMH reminds investors that Luxury is a secular growth story and not a cyclical one

    Putting on the Ritz: Luxury Consumer fund core holding LVMH reminds investors that Luxury is a secular growth story and not a cyclical one

  • As politicians argue for internet regulations, Alibaba’s Jack Ma has words of warning

    As politicians argue for internet regulations, Alibaba’s Jack Ma has words of warning

  • PVH Corp partners with Plug and Play

    PVH Corp partners with Plug and Play

  • Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

    Givaudan posts a rise in sales, but earnings decrease

  • Which of its competitors is Netflix focussed on? The answer might surprise you!

    Which of its competitors is Netflix focussed on? The answer might surprise you!

  • Is another big hit around the corner for Take-Two?

    Is another big hit around the corner for Take-Two?

  • Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

    Google’s latest debate centres on 2016 cost-cutting document

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    Lindt cuts guidance in recognition of US slowdown – but organic sales continue to rise

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    Novartis leverages Big Tech to solve Big Pharma’s problem with drug trials

  • China joins WTO talks on $25 trillion ecommerce sector

    China joins WTO talks on $25 trillion ecommerce sector

  • Ferrari races ahead of every other company to be named world’s strongest brand

    Ferrari races ahead of every other company to be named world’s strongest brand

  • Amazon brings ‘Scout’ delivery robots to Seattle outskirts

    Amazon brings ‘Scout’ delivery robots to Seattle outskirts

  • Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

    Starbucks beats the Street: strong gains in US, China continues to grow

  • Gen Z: the new kid on the block is making its voice heard

    Gen Z: the new kid on the block is making its voice heard

  • Mastercard crashes Visa’s party – will a bidding war ensue?

    Mastercard crashes Visa’s party – will a bidding war ensue?

  • Polypipe pivots to face commercial construction sector

    Polypipe pivots to face commercial construction sector

  • Baidu wants to close the gap in mobile apps – and it knows just how to do it

    Baidu wants to close the gap in mobile apps – and it knows just how to do it

  • Green champion Adidas to more than double number of shoes made from recycled plastic in 2019

    Green champion Adidas to more than double number of shoes made from recycled plastic in 2019

  • BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

    BYD hits landmark: 50,000th electric bus rolls out!

  • Marriott had more rooms than ever before in 2018

    Marriott had more rooms than ever before in 2018

  • When it comes to online advertising, Amazon is a giant in the making

    When it comes to online advertising, Amazon is a giant in the making

  • Netflix breaks new ground with Roma Oscars nomination

    Netflix breaks new ground with Roma Oscars nomination

  • Remy posts strong results despite loss of a key contract

    Remy posts strong results despite loss of a key contract

  • We may have a drop date for Spotify in India: 31 January

    We may have a drop date for Spotify in India: 31 January

  • Amazon Go’s plans to recreate the high street spawn imitators

    Amazon Go’s plans to recreate the high street spawn imitators

  • Will Google pull News from Europe?

    Will Google pull News from Europe?

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    LVMH could be about to add some “high street buzz” with a new acquisition

  • Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

    Chr. Hansen is officially “world’s most sustainable company”

  • Kering thinks big with “planetary boundaries”

    Kering thinks big with “planetary boundaries”

  • PayPal: the US government might be shut down, but its employees’ access to credit isn’t

    PayPal: the US government might be shut down, but its employees’ access to credit isn’t

  • Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

    Novartis partners with Oxford University to bring AI to medicine

  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Xero to streamline professionals’ working lives

  • Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

  • Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

    Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

  • Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

    Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

  • LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

  • Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

    Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

  • Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

  • Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

  • Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Tinder and Spotify – better together

  • Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

    Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

  • Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

  • China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    China still has a thirst for luxury wine

  • How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

  • Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

  • Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

  • Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

    Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

  • PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

  • New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

  • Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

  • We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

    We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

  • Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

  • Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

  • Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

    Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

  • Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

  • Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

  • Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

    Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

  • Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

  • More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

  • Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

    Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

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