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  • JD.com pledges reorganisation and more hires to get growth back on track

    JD.com pledges reorganisation and more hires to get growth back on track

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 18 April 2019

    Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com, the country’s second-largest online retailer, has promised that a restructuring will see it return to the kind of growth trajectory that first endeared it to investors. In a recent WeChat message, the company’s founder, ...
  • French luxury magnates step in to help with Notre Dame disaster

    French luxury magnates step in to help with Notre Dame disaster

    Luxury, Thursday, 18 April 2019

    Earlier this week, disaster struck: the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was ravaged by fire on Monday, threatening to eclipse 850-years of culture. The Cathedral, which was in the process of renovation and thankfully, as a result, had had many of its most ...
  • Aston Martin’s first (and only) electric vehicle has just dropped!

    Aston Martin’s first (and only) electric vehicle has just dropped!

    Luxury, Thursday, 18 April 2019

    Earlier this week, at the Shanghai Motor Show, iconic luxury carmaker Aston Martin unveiled its first (and only) electric car: the Rapide E. This vehicle will replace the Rapide’s traditional V2 engine with batteries and electric motors (hence the ...
  • Just Eat gobbles up software firm Practi

    Just Eat gobbles up software firm Practi

    Managed, Thursday, 18 April 2019

    Just Eat, the food delivery marketplace that retains a leadership position in the UK, has acquired software service firm Practi. Practi provides independent restaurants and small chains with tablet-based point of sale (POS) management systems to let them process ...
  • The world’s speeding towards electrification and digital… but a lot of carmakers can’t keep up

    The world’s speeding towards electrification and digital… but a lot of carmakers can’t keep up

    Managed, Wednesday, 17 April 2019

    If you’re a regular reader of Dominion’s newsfeed, you’ll already know that the automotive industry’s future is approaching at breakneck speed. That future includes a wide range of new tech, from electrification to self-driving, connected ...
  • Moncler’s Remo Ruffini talks strategy

    Moncler’s Remo Ruffini talks strategy

    Luxury, Wednesday, 17 April 2019

    Remo Ruffini did something incredible with Moncler. He bought a French company known for its high-quality outerwear, and transformed it into a genuine luxury fashion brand. Two years ago, he did it again, refreshing the brand and starting its hugely successful ...
  • Amazon’s Twitch takes what could be a revolutionary first step

    Amazon’s Twitch takes what could be a revolutionary first step

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 17 April 2019

    Twitch is ecommerce titan Amazon’s pure-play investment into the future of gaming. A streaming platform where people can play or watch as others play, Twitch has become “the de facto game streaming platform of the modern generation” according to ...
  • Match has big plans for Asia in 2019

    Match has big plans for Asia in 2019

    Managed, Wednesday, 17 April 2019

    Match Group, the undisputed king of the online dating world and owner of Tinder, Match.com, Hinge, and more, is making a power play in Asia. CEO Mandy Ginsberg regards Asia as the next big opportunity for online dating, and has committed to a 40% increase in head ...
  • Facebook continues to address weaknesses with new efforts to block fake news

    Facebook continues to address weaknesses with new efforts to block fake news

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 16 April 2019

    We recently reported on Facebook’s new initiatives to control political advertising on its site prior to elections in India. That, it turns out, is part of a larger effort on the company’s part to stop misinformation in its tracks. At the end of last ...
  • Richemont’s Baume is perfectly positioned to catch millennial attention

    Richemont’s Baume is perfectly positioned to catch millennial attention

    Luxury, Tuesday, 16 April 2019

    A year ago, luxury giant Richemont launched a watch brand with a difference – Baume: millennial-facing and forward-looking. The brand is perfectly positioned to ignite a love of classic timepieces, reimagined to be more ethical, environmentally friendly, and ...
  • GoDaddy’s new acquisition will drive cross-marketplace functionality

    GoDaddy’s new acquisition will drive cross-marketplace functionality

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 16 April 2019

    Website creation and hosting business GoDaddy, a major force in today’s internet landscape as the provider of choice for the majority of small- to medium-sized businesses online, has made a new acquisition. And, for the millions of businesses that use GoDaddy ...
  • Game of Thrones fever has even hit Spotify

    Game of Thrones fever has even hit Spotify

    Managed, Tuesday, 16 April 2019

    Game of Thrones, the very grown up fantasy adaption of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, made its way back to TV this week after a nearly two-year hiatus. You probably already know this: the show routinely brings in viewership numbers in the ...
  • LVMH kicks off luxury reporting with strong results, share price hits all-time high

    LVMH kicks off luxury reporting with strong results, share price hits all-time high

    Luxury, Monday, 15 April 2019

    Luxury titan LVMH (the world’s largest luxury company, long seen as a bellwether for the sector) reported strong earnings at the end of last week that beat the Street and demonstrated there was no lack of demand – in China, or elsewhere – for its ...
  • Jeff Bezos uses shareholder letter to respond to calls for break-up: Amazon is good for competition!

    Jeff Bezos uses shareholder letter to respond to calls for break-up: Amazon is good for competition!

    Ecommerce, Monday, 15 April 2019

    If you don’t follow American politics, you might not know the name Elizabeth Warren. She’s a left-leaning senator who recently announced her run for the Democratic Party’s nomination in next year’s Presidential Elections. As is often the case ...
  • Netflix continues to eye Hollywood awards with new magazine

    Netflix continues to eye Hollywood awards with new magazine

    Ecommerce, Monday, 15 April 2019

    Streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix is planning to release a free magazine that features interviews, essays, and more by and about people who work on Netflix series. The company is planning to use this publication to draw attention to its programs ...
  • Alphabet might be the biggest winner from the Uber IPO

    Alphabet might be the biggest winner from the Uber IPO

    Managed, Monday, 15 April 2019

    Ride hailing sensation Uber and Alphabet (the Silicon Valley giant that owns Google and other Big Tech properties) aren’t always the best of friends. While Alphabet isn’t in the ride-hailing business, its self-driving car program, Waymo, is a competitor ...
  • Survey of Netflix users’ favourite shows demonstrates the power of its original content

    Survey of Netflix users’ favourite shows demonstrates the power of its original content

    Ecommerce, Friday, 12 April 2019

    Everyone knows that streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix is synonymous with great original content. From its first foray into making its own TV shows (House of Cards), through numerous blockbuster titles (Orange is the New Black, Black Mirror, ...
  • Alphabet takes to the skies in Australia

    Alphabet takes to the skies in Australia

    Managed, Friday, 12 April 2019

    Silicon Valley giant Alphabet has started offering a delivery-by-drone service in Australia. The service, known as Wing, started testing way back in 2014 – but now it’s finally up and running, and will let users order a variety of items, including fresh ...
  • Treasury Wine Estates continues its successful pivot towards millennials

    Treasury Wine Estates continues its successful pivot towards millennials

    Luxury, Friday, 12 April 2019

    Millennials already account for 30c of every dollar spent worldwide – and that figure is set to increase sharply over the next decade. That’s why so many brands are suddenly taking them seriously. One company that got a head-start with the millennial ...
  • Tetra Tech adds new capabilities with eGlobalTech acquisition

    Tetra Tech adds new capabilities with eGlobalTech acquisition

    Managed, Friday, 12 April 2019

    Tetra Tech is best known as an engineering and consultancy firm that works in a variety of sectors, such as water and energy technology. However, the company is looking to add to its expertise with a new acquisition, giving it capabilities in information technology ...
  • Is Amazon poised to rise another 30% this year?

    Is Amazon poised to rise another 30% this year?

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 11 April 2019

    Amazon has had an incredible year on the market so far, seeing its share price rise by almost 25%. True, that’s only a partial recovery from its high-point last year, but Amazon has weathered the tech backlash better than most of its peers and looks to be ...
  • Adidas partners with Beyonce to revive Ivy Park

    Adidas partners with Beyonce to revive Ivy Park

    Luxury, Thursday, 11 April 2019

    Global style icon and musical superstar Beyonce has announced a partnership with Adidas to relaunch her Ivy Park athleisure brand. Adidas, one of the biggest players in the intersection between sports and fashion, also said that Beyonce would become a ...
  • Facebook confident before Indian national elections

    Facebook confident before Indian national elections

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 11 April 2019

    Social media giant Facebook has made major improvements to its platform over the last couple of years that has improved its “election integrity”. That’s what the company wants you to know as national elections kick off in India this week. While ...
  • Some good news for the environment: BYD launches world’s longest electric bus

    Some good news for the environment: BYD launches world’s longest electric bus

    Managed, Thursday, 11 April 2019

    BYD, a Chinese leader in new energy that makes batteries and electric vehicles, continues to innovate in an effort to provide greener transport options. Now, it has created the world’s longest electric bus! Electric busses are a mainstay of BYD’s ...
  • Pernod Ricard sets out sustainability goals to 2030

    Pernod Ricard sets out sustainability goals to 2030

    Luxury, Wednesday, 10 April 2019

    Luxury spirits giant Pernod Ricard has doubled down on its commitment to sustainable business, releasing its 2030 Sustainability and Responsibility roadmap. This vision plays a crucial part in Pernod Ricard’s brand – the company is appealing to ...
  • Xylem’s Watermark is solving water in 2019… here’s how

    Xylem’s Watermark is solving water in 2019… here’s how

    Managed, Wednesday, 10 April 2019

    This year, World Water Day was 22 March – and that acted as a kick-off point for Xylem’s Watermark to start a month of intensive action. Xylem is the world’s preeminent water technology company, and Watermark is its corporate citizenship program. ...
  • LinkedIn names Alibaba as China’s best employer

    LinkedIn names Alibaba as China’s best employer

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 10 April 2019

    Enterprise-facing social media site LinkedIn is a force to be reckoned with in the corporate world, as 95% of recruitment professionals use it to make hires. As a result, businesses take its recommendations seriously. That’s why it’s good news for ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline’s AI drug development partnership just bore fruit

    GlaxoSmithKline’s AI drug development partnership just bore fruit

    Managed, Wednesday, 10 April 2019

    After two years, GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) artificial intelligence (AI) drug development partnership with medical tech start-up Exscientia has borne fruit. The pharmaceutical giant and its smaller partner announced last Wednesday that their program had ...
  • Aston Martin says politicians should slow down (then speed up) when it comes to self-driving

    Aston Martin says politicians should slow down (then speed up) when it comes to self-driving

    Luxury, Tuesday, 09 April 2019

    A number of “populist policies” are forcing the automotive world to change too fast – their adoption “verges on recklessness”. That’s the view given by Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer at a recent conference in London, where he told ...
  • PayPal takes a stand against academic fraud

    PayPal takes a stand against academic fraud

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 09 April 2019

    Online payment provider PayPal is standing up to academic fraud with a new policy that bars essay-writing firms from its platform. The firms that are being banned are the ones that facilitate cheating by university students, who purchase essays to hand in as their ...

Latest News

  • JD.com pledges reorganisation and more hires to get growth back on track

    JD.com pledges reorganisation and more hires to get growth back on track

  • French luxury magnates step in to help with Notre Dame disaster

    French luxury magnates step in to help with Notre Dame disaster

  • Aston Martin’s first (and only) electric vehicle has just dropped!

    Aston Martin’s first (and only) electric vehicle has just dropped!

  • Just Eat gobbles up software firm Practi

    Just Eat gobbles up software firm Practi

  • The world’s speeding towards electrification and digital… but a lot of carmakers can’t keep up

    The world’s speeding towards electrification and digital… but a lot of carmakers can’t keep up

  • Moncler’s Remo Ruffini talks strategy

    Moncler’s Remo Ruffini talks strategy

  • Amazon’s Twitch takes what could be a revolutionary first step

    Amazon’s Twitch takes what could be a revolutionary first step

  • Match has big plans for Asia in 2019

    Match has big plans for Asia in 2019

  • Facebook continues to address weaknesses with new efforts to block fake news

    Facebook continues to address weaknesses with new efforts to block fake news

  • Richemont’s Baume is perfectly positioned to catch millennial attention

    Richemont’s Baume is perfectly positioned to catch millennial attention

  • GoDaddy’s new acquisition will drive cross-marketplace functionality

    GoDaddy’s new acquisition will drive cross-marketplace functionality

  • Game of Thrones fever has even hit Spotify

    Game of Thrones fever has even hit Spotify

  • LVMH kicks off luxury reporting with strong results, share price hits all-time high

    LVMH kicks off luxury reporting with strong results, share price hits all-time high

  • Jeff Bezos uses shareholder letter to respond to calls for break-up: Amazon is good for competition!

    Jeff Bezos uses shareholder letter to respond to calls for break-up: Amazon is good for competition!

  • Netflix continues to eye Hollywood awards with new magazine

    Netflix continues to eye Hollywood awards with new magazine

  • Alphabet might be the biggest winner from the Uber IPO

    Alphabet might be the biggest winner from the Uber IPO

  • Survey of Netflix users’ favourite shows demonstrates the power of its original content

    Survey of Netflix users’ favourite shows demonstrates the power of its original content

  • Alphabet takes to the skies in Australia

    Alphabet takes to the skies in Australia

  • Treasury Wine Estates continues its successful pivot towards millennials

    Treasury Wine Estates continues its successful pivot towards millennials

  • Tetra Tech adds new capabilities with eGlobalTech acquisition

    Tetra Tech adds new capabilities with eGlobalTech acquisition

  • Is Amazon poised to rise another 30% this year?

    Is Amazon poised to rise another 30% this year?

  • Adidas partners with Beyonce to revive Ivy Park

    Adidas partners with Beyonce to revive Ivy Park

  • Facebook confident before Indian national elections

    Facebook confident before Indian national elections

  • Some good news for the environment: BYD launches world’s longest electric bus

    Some good news for the environment: BYD launches world’s longest electric bus

  • Pernod Ricard sets out sustainability goals to 2030

    Pernod Ricard sets out sustainability goals to 2030

  • Xylem’s Watermark is solving water in 2019… here’s how

    Xylem’s Watermark is solving water in 2019… here’s how

  • LinkedIn names Alibaba as China’s best employer

    LinkedIn names Alibaba as China’s best employer

  • GlaxoSmithKline’s AI drug development partnership just bore fruit

    GlaxoSmithKline’s AI drug development partnership just bore fruit

  • Aston Martin says politicians should slow down (then speed up) when it comes to self-driving

    Aston Martin says politicians should slow down (then speed up) when it comes to self-driving

  • PayPal takes a stand against academic fraud

    PayPal takes a stand against academic fraud

  • Investors can relax: Jeff Bezos has retained control of Amazon

    Investors can relax: Jeff Bezos has retained control of Amazon

  • Kering completes its transformation into a pure-play luxury company by selling Volcom

    Kering completes its transformation into a pure-play luxury company by selling Volcom

  • Alibaba continues to make powerful in-roads in luxury with Kering’s Alexander McQueen

    Alibaba continues to make powerful in-roads in luxury with Kering’s Alexander McQueen

  • Is Global Payments the next big acquisition target in the payment processing world?

    Is Global Payments the next big acquisition target in the payment processing world?

  • Constellation Brands update: sale of wine brands confirmed to E. & J. Gallo

    Constellation Brands update: sale of wine brands confirmed to E. & J. Gallo

  • Givaudan debuts AI tool for perfumers

    Givaudan debuts AI tool for perfumers

  • Academy warned over Netflix Oscars bid: play fair, or it’s an antitrust issue

    Academy warned over Netflix Oscars bid: play fair, or it’s an antitrust issue

  • Musk to hackers: thanks for finding the bugs

    Musk to hackers: thanks for finding the bugs

  • Starbucks offers to pay staff’s university tuition fees

    Starbucks offers to pay staff’s university tuition fees

  • Marriott plans India expansion – 50 more hotels over 4 years

    Marriott plans India expansion – 50 more hotels over 4 years

  • Is Spotify planning to create a new ad market with podcasting?

    Is Spotify planning to create a new ad market with podcasting?

  • Google sees yet more collaboration with Chinese tech companies

    Google sees yet more collaboration with Chinese tech companies

  • Inditex partners with MIT to promote sustainability research

    Inditex partners with MIT to promote sustainability research

  • Fancy a pizza on the go? Domino’s got your back

    Fancy a pizza on the go? Domino’s got your back

  • Is Amazon readying itself to become king of click-and-collect?

    Is Amazon readying itself to become king of click-and-collect?

  • Alibaba leads the charge when it comes to hotels of the future

    Alibaba leads the charge when it comes to hotels of the future

  • EU races towards electric vehicle adoption with new CO2 limits for cars

    EU races towards electric vehicle adoption with new CO2 limits for cars

  • Is another Aston Martin hypercar on its way?

    Is another Aston Martin hypercar on its way?

  • Investment Outlook for April 2019

    Investment Outlook for April 2019

  • Facebook calls for global internet regulation

    Facebook calls for global internet regulation

  • Treasury Wine Estates to double down on “insights”

    Treasury Wine Estates to double down on “insights”

  • Google and Huawei show that China and the US can still collaborate when it matters

    Google and Huawei show that China and the US can still collaborate when it matters

  • Has the game console finally been killed off?

    Has the game console finally been killed off?

  • Moncler prepares to double down on hugely successful Genius concept with new collection

    Moncler prepares to double down on hugely successful Genius concept with new collection

  • Google goes anti-anti-gay

    Google goes anti-anti-gay

  • Pernod Ricard capitalises on premium spirits’ drinkability with classy new vodka bottle

    Pernod Ricard capitalises on premium spirits’ drinkability with classy new vodka bottle

  • Facebook moves to ban white nationalism and white separatism

    Facebook moves to ban white nationalism and white separatism

  • Novartis announces new multiple sclerosis drug, and promises to undercut… itself?

    Novartis announces new multiple sclerosis drug, and promises to undercut… itself?

  • Under Armour enters India

    Under Armour enters India

  • Lazada borrows form the Alibaba playbook as it moves to offer businesses more financial services

    Lazada borrows form the Alibaba playbook as it moves to offer businesses more financial services

  • Adobe doubles down on AI in update to Cloud Platform

    Adobe doubles down on AI in update to Cloud Platform

  • Pernod Ricard unleashes major new campaign championing “conviviality”

    Pernod Ricard unleashes major new campaign championing “conviviality”

  • LVMH gets into… blockchain?

    LVMH gets into… blockchain?

  • CTS Eventim leaves Europe with new Israeli centre

    CTS Eventim leaves Europe with new Israeli centre

  • Shopify shows that it’s about more than just digital

    Shopify shows that it’s about more than just digital

  • Global wine market to grow “by 37.8 million cases” to 2022 – premium is stronger

    Global wine market to grow “by 37.8 million cases” to 2022 – premium is stronger

  • JD.com has big plans for the future: smart cities are on the way!

    JD.com has big plans for the future: smart cities are on the way!

  • Kering gets a facelift with beautiful new website

    Kering gets a facelift with beautiful new website

  • With podcasts, Spotify wants to create the audio Netflix

    With podcasts, Spotify wants to create the audio Netflix

  • Can Booking Holdings stay in the number one spot for travel tech?

    Can Booking Holdings stay in the number one spot for travel tech?

  • Starbucks biggest Chinese competitor may turn out to be a major asset in its expansion

    Starbucks biggest Chinese competitor may turn out to be a major asset in its expansion

  • Live Nation partners with Questlove and Impossible Foods to bring consumers Meatless Cheesesteaks

    Live Nation partners with Questlove and Impossible Foods to bring consumers Meatless Cheesesteaks

  • Prepare for the ad wars: Amazon is coming!

    Prepare for the ad wars: Amazon is coming!

  • Facebook moves to eliminate discriminatory ads

    Facebook moves to eliminate discriminatory ads

  • Hermes sees “very good sales and performance” in 2018

    Hermes sees “very good sales and performance” in 2018

  • Polypipe logs record result despite headwinds

    Polypipe logs record result despite headwinds

  • 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

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