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  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

    Managed, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    Providing exposure to world-changing growth trends Offering a straightforward equity investment vehicle to benefit from structural global growth was the mandate upon which the Dominion Global Trends Managed Fund was created half a decade ago. Five years later the ...
  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

    Managed, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    Providing exposure to world-changing growth trends Offering a straightforward equity investment vehicle to benefit from structural global growth was the mandate upon which the Dominion Global Trends Managed Fund was created half a decade ago. Five years later the ...
  • Fire HD 10 re-launched to acclaim, can Amazon get back into tablets?

    Fire HD 10 re-launched to acclaim, can Amazon get back into tablets?

    All News, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    Online retail giant Amazon hasn’t always had the best luck when it comes to tablets and smartphones. But the company’s new Fire HD 10 looks like it’s a big step in the right direction – can Amazon use it to turn their fortunes in the area ...
  • Kering retains spot as most sustainable luxury company in the world

    Kering retains spot as most sustainable luxury company in the world

    Luxury, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    For the third time, international luxury giant Kering has been named the world’s most sustainable luxury company. The rankings, put together by DJSI, are the gold standard for corporate sustainability. Kering took top spot in the “Textiles, Apparel & ...
  • Google’s new hardware has been leaked – and it looks great!

    Google’s new hardware has been leaked – and it looks great!

    Managed, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    As the tech world counts down the days until October 4, when Google will hold its annual product launch event, some eager beavers are not content to wait for the revelations. Consumer publication DroidLife has received a series of photos displaying Google’s ...
  • Fancy a free ‘premium’ pizza? Read on…

    Fancy a free ‘premium’ pizza? Read on…

    Managed, Thursday, 21 September 2017

    Pizza house market leader Domino’s Pizza is giving away 20,000 of its new “premium” pizzas to lucky lunchers that check its Facebook page looking for an offer. The only catch? You have to be in Australia or New Zealand! Domino’s will give ...
  • Mandarin Oriental share price soars +30% on news of Excelsior proposal

    Mandarin Oriental share price soars +30% on news of Excelsior proposal

    Luxury, Wednesday, 20 September 2017

    Mandarin Oriental International Ltd., an international hotel investment and management group, has seen its share price appreciate dramatically over the past nine months. These gains have largely been driven by investors’ speculation over the value of the ...
  • Alibaba set to invest $150 million in Best Inc.

    Alibaba set to invest $150 million in Best Inc.

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 20 September 2017

    Chinese logistics provider Best Inc. has redrawn the scope of its IPO, cutting the deal nearly in half as it reduced the price range of shares on offer and existing shareholders decided not to sell. One company that’s hoping to pick up a sizeable portion of ...
  • Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

    Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 20 September 2017

    Online travel king Expedia is already a global force. The company has websites in over 35 languages and makes 40% of its revenue outside of the U.S. But new CEO Mark Okerstrom wants to ramp up the company’s global face again, and convince European and Asian ...
  • Cognizant looks for “5–10 deals a year”

    Cognizant looks for “5–10 deals a year”

    Managed, Wednesday, 20 September 2017

    Cognizant Technology Solutions, a multinational provider of IT services including digital, technology, consulting and operational services, is looking to pursue M&A activity in a bid for growth. The company has said it is looking for “5-10” ...
  • Three drivers of Electronic Arts’ growth – and why they bode well for its future

    Three drivers of Electronic Arts’ growth – and why they bode well for its future

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 19 September 2017

    Electronic Arts (EA) is a top performing stock this year – but that’s nothing new. Over the past five years, the company’s share price has appreciated by a dramatic 740%. What’s driving those gains? Three things: the digitization of video ...
  • New boss at Zenith says evolution is a must in Swiss watches

    New boss at Zenith says evolution is a must in Swiss watches

    Luxury, Tuesday, 19 September 2017

    Zenith, LVMH’s 152-year old Swiss watch brand, has a new CEO: Julien Tornare. And he has big plans for the brand and the industry. He’s in a good position to know what he’s talking about, having spent 17 years at Richemont’s Vacheron ...
  • Facebook is into cars but has no plans to build one

    Facebook is into cars but has no plans to build one

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 19 September 2017

    Facebook wants to work with automakers on techy subjects like artificial intelligence (AI), bringing them “up to speed.” The company’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, recently spoke at the Frankfurt car show, saying: “We come with ...
  • A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

    A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

    Managed, Tuesday, 19 September 2017

    Earlier this month, we reported that Novartis’ CEO Joe Jimenez was standing down, to be replaced by the company’s global head of drug development, Vas Narasimhan. He won’t begin in his new role until February next year, but Narasimhan’s ...
  • Does Amazon’s search for Chinese talent mean it’s fight time with Alibaba?

    Does Amazon’s search for Chinese talent mean it’s fight time with Alibaba?

    Ecommerce, Monday, 18 September 2017

    Recently, we’ve written about an emerging Ecommerce showdown between the two undisputed heavyweight champions of the sector: Amazon and Alibaba. This showdown is in the Indian online grocery market – but it could finally be spilling out into the wider ...
  • Activision’s Destiny 2 is a huge improvement – will that translate into sales?

    Activision’s Destiny 2 is a huge improvement – will that translate into sales?

    Ecommerce, Monday, 18 September 2017

    Destiny, Activision Blizzard’s space exploration and adventure game, was a huge commercial success. It was the biggest selling title when it launched in September 2014, and, according to the company, the biggest launch of any game ever, selling $500 million to ...
  • Justin Beiber to team up with H&M for follow-up collection

    Justin Beiber to team up with H&M for follow-up collection

    Luxury, Monday, 18 September 2017

    True Beleibers, as fans of the 23-year old pop sensation are known, had a nasty surprise in July, when he cancelled his Purpose World Tour prematurely. But now, they have reason to cheer: they can pick up a little piece of him from H&M and keep him with them ...
  • Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

    Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

    Managed, Monday, 18 September 2017

    Global scent and flavor maker Givaudan has launched a new app under its beauty wing, Givaudan Active Beauty, to help people in the cosmetics industry understand the effect that ingredients have on skin and scalps. The company, which is making multiple efforts to ...
  • Ctrip signs “strategic cooperation” agreement with Israeli tourism bureau

    Ctrip signs “strategic cooperation” agreement with Israeli tourism bureau

    Luxury, Friday, 15 September 2017

    This month saw Yariv Levin, minister of tourism for the state of Israel, visit China for the first time. While there, he was eager to visit Ctrip – China’s leading online travel agent – and discuss the future of Chinese travel into Israel. Later ...
  • Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

    Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

    Luxury, Friday, 15 September 2017

    The Brown-Forman Corporation is best known for its high-end spirits – but the company also has a wine brand up its sleeve: Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards. Now, in an effort to push that brand further, Brown-Forman has enlisted the help of digital agency Blackstone ...
  • Live Nation’s “Verified Fan” program has blocked 90% of fake ticket buyers

    Live Nation’s “Verified Fan” program has blocked 90% of fake ticket buyers

    Ecommerce, Friday, 15 September 2017

    Event manager and ticket seller Live Nation’s CEO Michael Rapino has announced that the company’s Verified Fan program – software that stops the purchasing of tickets by bots and brokers to later sell on at extortionate prices – has achieved ...
  • TripAdvisor and Japan Airlines work together to help tourists disperse around Japan

    TripAdvisor and Japan Airlines work together to help tourists disperse around Japan

    Managed, Friday, 15 September 2017

    Japan is a tourist destination, but most of the tourists that go there end up seeing the same few things. Japan Airlines (JAL) and online travel kingpin TripAdvisor want to change that. In partnership, they’re creating a multimedia portal to promote inbound ...
  • Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

    Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 September 2017

    Last week, Facebook disclosed that it had discovered an operation connected to Russia that bought around $100,000 worth of advertising on its network during the 2016 U.S. electoral cycle. $100,000 might not be much in the world of political marketing spend – ...
  • Tinder’s latest ad campaign involves ‘Blunt’ putdowns

    Tinder’s latest ad campaign involves ‘Blunt’ putdowns

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 September 2017

    James Blunt, the UK pop star who had a hit with the single ‘You’re Beautiful’ in 2005, has become at least as famous, in recent years, for his withering Twitter put-downs. Now, the warbling former soldier has been given an opportunity to take his ...
  • Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

    Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

    Luxury, Thursday, 14 September 2017

    In a trading update released Wednesday, Richemont revealed that Asia remains the main driver of growth for its many brands. Those brands include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Piaget, amongst many others, and sales across them all increased by 12% over the ...
  • Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

    Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

    Managed, Thursday, 14 September 2017

    Global measurement analytics software company Hexagon is courting the automotive and aerospace industries. The company will conduct summits for each industry in October highlighting the ways in which it can help players in those spaces optimize their performance ...
  • Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

    Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

    Luxury, Wednesday, 13 September 2017

    The media is rife with speculation over Ferrari’s future models: will they produce an entry-level model at a lower price point? Will they produce an SUV? The manifold discussions as to whether Ferrari will branch out from supercars, and whether it will offer ...
  • Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

    Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 13 September 2017

    Recent elections in the U.S. and the UK have made one thing about the internet obvious to even the least online-savvy people in the world: trolls abound. Particularly true in the last American general election, where “alt-right” (alternative right ...
  • Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

    Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

    Managed, Wednesday, 13 September 2017

    The Stockholm Junior Water Prize – sponsored by global water technology company, and Dominion holding, Xylem Inc. – has been awarded to two U.S. students, who have uncovered a powerful method to eliminate dangerous bacteria from drinking water. The prize ...
  • Just Eat has the X Factor

    Just Eat has the X Factor

    Managed, Wednesday, 13 September 2017

    The X Factor – a light entertainment show where hopeful members of the public compete to win a recording contract – is now a global brand. In the UK, where the show originated, it has an average viewership of 6.8 million people per episode, making it one ...

Latest News

  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

  • Fire HD 10 re-launched to acclaim, can Amazon get back into tablets?

    Fire HD 10 re-launched to acclaim, can Amazon get back into tablets?

  • Kering retains spot as most sustainable luxury company in the world

    Kering retains spot as most sustainable luxury company in the world

  • Google’s new hardware has been leaked – and it looks great!

    Google’s new hardware has been leaked – and it looks great!

  • Fancy a free ‘premium’ pizza? Read on…

    Fancy a free ‘premium’ pizza? Read on…

  • Mandarin Oriental share price soars +30% on news of Excelsior proposal

    Mandarin Oriental share price soars +30% on news of Excelsior proposal

  • Alibaba set to invest $150 million in Best Inc.

    Alibaba set to invest $150 million in Best Inc.

  • Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

    Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

  • Cognizant looks for “5–10 deals a year”

    Cognizant looks for “5–10 deals a year”

  • Three drivers of Electronic Arts’ growth – and why they bode well for its future

    Three drivers of Electronic Arts’ growth – and why they bode well for its future

  • New boss at Zenith says evolution is a must in Swiss watches

    New boss at Zenith says evolution is a must in Swiss watches

  • Facebook is into cars but has no plans to build one

    Facebook is into cars but has no plans to build one

  • A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

    A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

  • Does Amazon’s search for Chinese talent mean it’s fight time with Alibaba?

    Does Amazon’s search for Chinese talent mean it’s fight time with Alibaba?

  • Activision’s Destiny 2 is a huge improvement – will that translate into sales?

    Activision’s Destiny 2 is a huge improvement – will that translate into sales?

  • Justin Beiber to team up with H&M for follow-up collection

    Justin Beiber to team up with H&M for follow-up collection

  • Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

    Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

  • Ctrip signs “strategic cooperation” agreement with Israeli tourism bureau

    Ctrip signs “strategic cooperation” agreement with Israeli tourism bureau

  • Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

    Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

  • Live Nation’s “Verified Fan” program has blocked 90% of fake ticket buyers

    Live Nation’s “Verified Fan” program has blocked 90% of fake ticket buyers

  • TripAdvisor and Japan Airlines work together to help tourists disperse around Japan

    TripAdvisor and Japan Airlines work together to help tourists disperse around Japan

  • Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

    Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

  • Tinder’s latest ad campaign involves ‘Blunt’ putdowns

    Tinder’s latest ad campaign involves ‘Blunt’ putdowns

  • Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

    Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

  • Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

    Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

  • Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

    Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

  • Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

    Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

  • Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

    Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

  • Just Eat has the X Factor

    Just Eat has the X Factor

  • Markets breathe a sigh of relief as world calms

    Markets breathe a sigh of relief as world calms

  • Tiffany & Co. launches first new fragrance in fourteen years

    Tiffany & Co. launches first new fragrance in fourteen years

  • China joins the “no more fossil fuel cars” club

    China joins the “no more fossil fuel cars” club

  • MasterCard share price hits new high on back of positive guidance

    MasterCard share price hits new high on back of positive guidance

  • Take Two Interactive reveal plans to re-release 2011 blockbuster

    Take Two Interactive reveal plans to re-release 2011 blockbuster

  • Kering and LVMH take a stand for models’ health

    Kering and LVMH take a stand for models’ health

  • Amazon hunts for second HQ – everyone’s interested

    Amazon hunts for second HQ – everyone’s interested

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires Dermatest

    Eurofins Scientific acquires Dermatest

  • ECB: QE continues, euro a concern

    ECB: QE continues, euro a concern

  • Alibaba to open physical mall in China

    Alibaba to open physical mall in China

  • L’Oreal searches for a few good men

    L’Oreal searches for a few good men

  • Compass Group to celebrate “women in food” in UK and Ireland

    Compass Group to celebrate “women in food” in UK and Ireland

  • Marriott eyes up Cuba as potential growth market

    Marriott eyes up Cuba as potential growth market

  • EBay uses social platforms to pick up image in UK

    EBay uses social platforms to pick up image in UK

  • Delphi Automotive partners with Innoviz to solve driverless tech

    Delphi Automotive partners with Innoviz to solve driverless tech

  • Sri Lankan authorities give Dufry the go-ahead

    Sri Lankan authorities give Dufry the go-ahead

  • LVMH to open Parisian… theme park?

    LVMH to open Parisian… theme park?

  • Google partners with Xiaomi Corp in India to capture 1 billion new users

    Google partners with Xiaomi Corp in India to capture 1 billion new users

  • Fancy a high-speed flying jet taxi? Tencent’s got you covered

    Fancy a high-speed flying jet taxi? Tencent’s got you covered

  • Irma joins Harvey in weather catastrophe crossover

    Irma joins Harvey in weather catastrophe crossover

  • PayPal issues cash-back MasterCard

    PayPal issues cash-back MasterCard

  • Enter the affordable-ish Ferrari

    Enter the affordable-ish Ferrari

  • Alphabet continues corporate restructure

    Alphabet continues corporate restructure

  • Novartis CEO makes surprise exit

    Novartis CEO makes surprise exit

  • Swiss watches climbed in July – pricier timepieces lead the way

    Swiss watches climbed in July – pricier timepieces lead the way

  • Tinder now worth $3 billion

    Tinder now worth $3 billion

  • Givaudan wants to make your dreams delicious

    Givaudan wants to make your dreams delicious

  • Barracuda Networks leads battle against new ransomware campaign

    Barracuda Networks leads battle against new ransomware campaign

  • Economic Outlook for September

    Economic Outlook for September

  • Alphabet enters lower price point to boost Nest sales

    Alphabet enters lower price point to boost Nest sales

  • Burberry pays homage to British portrait photography at old London courthouse

    Burberry pays homage to British portrait photography at old London courthouse

  • Amadeus brings automated airports to Azerbaijan

    Amadeus brings automated airports to Azerbaijan

  • Hurricane Harvey hammers home risks of climate change

    Hurricane Harvey hammers home risks of climate change

  • Are Amazon and Alibaba about to go head-to-head for the Indian grocery market?

    Are Amazon and Alibaba about to go head-to-head for the Indian grocery market?

  • Eurofins sees solid first half of 2017

    Eurofins sees solid first half of 2017

  • Could Singapore be the next big opportunity for digital payment providers?

    Could Singapore be the next big opportunity for digital payment providers?

  • North Korea’s missile hits markets

    North Korea’s missile hits markets

  • Samsonite outperforms in first half

    Samsonite outperforms in first half

  • Tiffany & Co. report sparkling results for last quarter

    Tiffany & Co. report sparkling results for last quarter

  • The true value of self-driving cars: more efficient pizza deliveries?

    The true value of self-driving cars: more efficient pizza deliveries?

  • Alphabet builds tomorrow’s tech in fantasyland

    Alphabet builds tomorrow’s tech in fantasyland

  • Activision Blizzard releases Call of Duty WW2 beta

    Activision Blizzard releases Call of Duty WW2 beta

  • Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club

    Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club

  • Assa Abloy pushes further into India with latest acquisition

    Assa Abloy pushes further into India with latest acquisition

  • PVH Corp. beats its own guidance in Q2

    PVH Corp. beats its own guidance in Q2

  • Amazon Fresh now available to business customers

    Amazon Fresh now available to business customers

  • Xylem’s Leopold pump saves city water at a lower cost

    Xylem’s Leopold pump saves city water at a lower cost

  • Expedia wants to help you track down the Yeti

    Expedia wants to help you track down the Yeti

  • Draghi urges open-mindedness at central banks

    Draghi urges open-mindedness at central banks

  • EA Games and NFL launch new tournament to appeal to ‘casual’ eSports players

    EA Games and NFL launch new tournament to appeal to ‘casual’ eSports players

  • Richemont reorganizes in an effort to rejuvenate businesses

    Richemont reorganizes in an effort to rejuvenate businesses

  • WPP sees profit grow, but downgrades forecast for 2017

    WPP sees profit grow, but downgrades forecast for 2017

  • Tiffany & Co. just won a $19.4 million lawsuit against Costco – but the real value is in brand protection

    Tiffany & Co. just won a $19.4 million lawsuit against Costco – but the real value is in brand protection

  • Facebook might lose teen interest – but the company has a trump card

    Facebook might lose teen interest – but the company has a trump card

  • Google’s sweet new operating system gets a name

    Google’s sweet new operating system gets a name

  • Carnival Corp is saving the world ahead of schedule

    Carnival Corp is saving the world ahead of schedule

  • Facebook in China? Not exactly

    Facebook in China? Not exactly

  • Denim’s back – great news for Nike?

    Denim’s back – great news for Nike?

  • Eurofins expanding into Japanese market

    Eurofins expanding into Japanese market

  • Givaudan to partner with IMCD for Western European distribution

    Givaudan to partner with IMCD for Western European distribution

  • Is Activision becoming the Disney of the 21st Century?

    Is Activision becoming the Disney of the 21st Century?

  • Could a new Dino push Ferrari into pole position?

    Could a new Dino push Ferrari into pole position?

  • Zalando sees investment as the route to success

    Zalando sees investment as the route to success

  • H&M bucks trends: upmarket, slow fashion

    H&M bucks trends: upmarket, slow fashion

  • Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

    Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

  • Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

    Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

  • Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

    Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

  • Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

    Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

  • Has Tinder made online dating cool?

    Has Tinder made online dating cool?

  • Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

    Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

  • PayPal makes a play for top female talent

    PayPal makes a play for top female talent

  • Compass Group goes green

    Compass Group goes green

  • Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

    Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

  • JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

    JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

  • Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

    Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

  • Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

    Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

  • Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

    Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

  • Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

    Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

  • MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

    MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

  • Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

    Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

  • Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

    Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

  • How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

    How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

  • China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

    China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

  • Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

    Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

  • Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

    Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

  • Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

    Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

  • Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

    Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

  • L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

    L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

  • Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

    Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

  • For Ferrari, size might matter

    For Ferrari, size might matter

  • Burberry and the Beast?

    Burberry and the Beast?

  • WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

    WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

  • Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

    Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

  • Tencent share price hits all time high

    Tencent share price hits all time high

  • Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

    Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

  • Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

    Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

  • The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

    The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

  • Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

    Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

  • Global Payments sees strong second quarter

    Global Payments sees strong second quarter

  • Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

  • U.S. jobs report beats expectations

    U.S. jobs report beats expectations

  •  Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

    Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

  • YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

    YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

  • Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

    Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

  • Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

    Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

  • Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

    Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

  • Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

    Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

  • Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

    Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

  • Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

    Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

  • Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

    Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

  • Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

    Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

  • Economic Outlook for August 2017

    Economic Outlook for August 2017

  • Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

    Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

  • Dufry’s organic growth hits 5-year high thanks to UK

    Dufry’s organic growth hits 5-year high thanks to UK

  • Mixed results send Nielsen’s share price up

    Mixed results send Nielsen’s share price up

  • Investors still fail to understand Jeff Bezos’ strategy for Amazon

    Investors still fail to understand Jeff Bezos’ strategy for Amazon

  • Expedia beats expectations in Q2, delivers $2.6 billion revenue

    Expedia beats expectations in Q2, delivers $2.6 billion revenue

  • Just Eat sees more profit, raises guidance

    Just Eat sees more profit, raises guidance

  • Hexagon expects growth to pick up in a lucrative market

    Hexagon expects growth to pick up in a lucrative market

  • Baidu beats the street as it caps expenditure

    Baidu beats the street as it caps expenditure

  • Moncler sees 18% revenue growth in first half of 2017

    Moncler sees 18% revenue growth in first half of 2017

  • Kering outperforms expectations to deliver record growth in first half of 2017

    Kering outperforms expectations to deliver record growth in first half of 2017

  • KION Group sees continued success in Q2

    KION Group sees continued success in Q2

  • Facebook made more money in Q2 and promises to spend less. Shares jump.

    Facebook made more money in Q2 and promises to spend less. Shares jump.

  • Las Vegas Sands beat expectations in Q2, Macau rebound in full swing

    Las Vegas Sands beat expectations in Q2, Macau rebound in full swing

  • LVMH reports ‘robust’ first half of the year

    LVMH reports ‘robust’ first half of the year

  • PayPal raises forecast on back of positive quarter

    PayPal raises forecast on back of positive quarter

  • New Oriental Education continues meteoric rise, beats estimates

    New Oriental Education continues meteoric rise, beats estimates

  • Facebook TV – coming next month?

    Facebook TV – coming next month?

  • Domino’s beats expectations at home and overall, but lags overseas

    Domino’s beats expectations at home and overall, but lags overseas

  • World’s biggest caterer sees 3.9% organic growth

    World’s biggest caterer sees 3.9% organic growth

  • Can Louis Vuitton break the Chinese ecommerce market alone?

    Can Louis Vuitton break the Chinese ecommerce market alone?

  • Alphabet revenue climbs 20% in Q2 – shares trend down

    Alphabet revenue climbs 20% in Q2 – shares trend down

  • Marriott implements 48-hour cancellation policies

    Marriott implements 48-hour cancellation policies

  • Match Group speaks out about Net Neutrality

    Match Group speaks out about Net Neutrality

  • Internet ‘Big 3’ poised for biggest test: living up to their reputations

    Internet ‘Big 3’ poised for biggest test: living up to their reputations

  • Richemont sees future in leather goods

    Richemont sees future in leather goods

  • Hermes remains “ambitious” when it comes to revenue growth

    Hermes remains “ambitious” when it comes to revenue growth

  • Citrix for sale? Maybe not

    Citrix for sale? Maybe not

  • China’s ambitious plan to become the artificial intelligence global leader

    China’s ambitious plan to become the artificial intelligence global leader

  • H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

    H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

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    Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

  • Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

    Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

  • Facebook to start monetizing news

    Facebook to start monetizing news

  • Puma picks up the pace with yet another forecast update for 2017

    Puma picks up the pace with yet another forecast update for 2017

  • Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

    Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

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    Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

  • ANTA Sports Products collaborates with the Economist to uncover what drives China’s athletic apparel sales

    ANTA Sports Products collaborates with the Economist to uncover what drives China’s athletic apparel sales

  • Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

    Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

  • Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

    Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

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    Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

  •  Lloyd’s estimates global cyber attack could cost $121.4 billion

    Lloyd’s estimates global cyber attack could cost $121.4 billion

  • Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

    Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

  • LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

    LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

  • Xylem Inc.: it’s time to rebuild America’s water infrastructure

    Xylem Inc.: it’s time to rebuild America’s water infrastructure

  • Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

    Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

  • ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

    ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

  • China moves slowly on smart speakers

    China moves slowly on smart speakers

  • Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

    Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

  • Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

    Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

  • Starbucks puts coffee on tap

    Starbucks puts coffee on tap

  • Google lets Dandelion go free

    Google lets Dandelion go free

  • WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

    WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

  • When it comes to the digital world, does size matter?

    When it comes to the digital world, does size matter?

  • Burberry sees stellar sales in China

    Burberry sees stellar sales in China

  • Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

    Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

  • Live Nation Switzerland acquires Europe’s leading hip-hop event

    Live Nation Switzerland acquires Europe’s leading hip-hop event

  • Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

    Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

  • LVMH hopes to take a bite out of Apple’s business

    LVMH hopes to take a bite out of Apple’s business

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