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  • FED sees limited impact from tax cuts

    FED sees limited impact from tax cuts

    News, Friday, 15 December 2017

    As President Donald Trump proclaimed that the U.S. stands “on the verge of a new economic miracle,” the Federal Reserve (FED) sent a more cautious measure. The central bank boosted its 2018 economic forecast from 2.1% to 2.5%, factoring in the ...
  • L’Oreal’s vegan roots are showing

    L’Oreal’s vegan roots are showing

    Luxury, Friday, 15 December 2017

    L’Oreal’s founding goes back more than a hundred years, when a chemist developed safer, more natural looking hair dyes. Now, it’s returning to its roots with a range of fully plant-based colours, meeting consumers’ demand for more natural ...
  • Science: extreme weather caused by man-made warming

    Science: extreme weather caused by man-made warming

    Managed, Friday, 15 December 2017

    A group of weather researchers have claimed that last year’s crazy weather events, including extreme heat around the world and the unusually warm waters in the Bering Sea – are a result of man-made climate change. This is not the first time that climate ...
  • Mastercard wants to help Millennials manage their money

    Mastercard wants to help Millennials manage their money

    Ecommerce, Friday, 15 December 2017

    Cashless transaction giant Mastercard wants to help Millennials manage their money. The company has launched a platform for issuers and partners that lets customers check their balances, manage their budget, and set savings goals. Called Assemble, it also lets users ...
  • Blizzard is the key to Activision’s growth

    Blizzard is the key to Activision’s growth

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Activision Blizzard’s Blizzard unit is the key to the company’s future growth. It’s producing high-demand titles and is heavily exposed to the growing eSports sector through its Overwatch game and the company’s associated eSports league. ...
  • Ferrari plans production boost to meet supercar demand

    Ferrari plans production boost to meet supercar demand

    Luxury, Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Legendary supercar maker Ferrari plans to double assembly shifts at its factories to two a day in 2018, as deliveries are scheduled to hit the company’s 9,000-vehicle target a year early. People familiar with the matter, who asked not to be named, say that the ...
  • Facebook courts goodwill by moving to local tax structure

    Facebook courts goodwill by moving to local tax structure

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Social media kingpin Facebook has had a troubled relationship with tax authorities recently. Like many large technology companies, Facebook opts to centralize its tax through an Irish subsidiary, meaning it doesn’t pay taxes on sales in the countries ...
  • Assa Abloy pushes further into smart locks with Z-Wave Alliance leadership role

    Assa Abloy pushes further into smart locks with Z-Wave Alliance leadership role

    Managed, Thursday, 14 December 2017

    Global door and lock security market leader Assa Abloy is pushing further into smart lock technology with a leadership position at the Z-Wave Alliance. The Z-Wave alliance is a consortium of leading companies in the home technology space, dedicated to furthering ...
  • DeepMind has a method to make artificial intelligence safe

    DeepMind has a method to make artificial intelligence safe

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    Concerns over the safety of artificial intelligence (AI) are fashionable. These concerns have long occupied academics and science fiction writers, but a number of leading technocrats, most notably Elon Musk, have publicized them in recent years. There are a number ...
  • Inditex looking to sell 16 Zara stores for €400 million

    Inditex looking to sell 16 Zara stores for €400 million

    Luxury, Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    The world’s biggest clothing retailer, Inditex, is looking to divest itself of €400 million worth of real estate. The company is hoping to sell 16 Zara stores across the Iberian Peninsula in a “20-year sale-and-leaseback” agreement, bringing ...
  • Xylem Inc. to acquire Pure Technologies

    Xylem Inc. to acquire Pure Technologies

    Managed, Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc. has announced that it’s entered a “definitive agreement” to acquire Pure Technologies Ltd. for $397 million. Pure’s board of directors has approved the transaction and recommends that the ...
  • Samsonite working hard to attract the ladies

    Samsonite working hard to attract the ladies

    Luxury, Wednesday, 13 December 2017

    Samsonite International is planning to overhaul the physical stores that make up its luggage empire in an effort to become more attractive to female customers. The company says it will refit and renovate its stores – all 65,000 of them, over 140 continents ...
  • Facebook TV slashes smaller shows to free up budget for bigger productions

    Facebook TV slashes smaller shows to free up budget for bigger productions

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Facebook’s foray into the world of on-demand video isn’t yet ready to take on the big boys of the sector, like YouTube and Netflix. That’s because, in its effort to steal away TV viewership and carve out a larger slice of the advertising pie, ...
  • Just Eat’s latest innovation lets you “conjure” fast food

    Just Eat’s latest innovation lets you “conjure” fast food

    Managed, Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Take away delivery service Just Eat is looking to give customers a taste of magic – with a new “wand” that can conjure up their favourite take away dish. The company is currently testing a prototype, which uses “cutting-edge Chirp soundwave ...
  • Alibaba puts another $200 million into India

    Alibaba puts another $200 million into India

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Alibaba, China’s reigning king of Ecommerce and one of the country’s “Big Three” internet companies (alongside Baidu and Tencent), has announced that it’s plunging another $200 million into the Indian Ecommerce market. The investment ...
  • Festive, funny, and trendy: Nike’s “Ugly Christmas Sweater” sneakers are just a click away

    Festive, funny, and trendy: Nike’s “Ugly Christmas Sweater” sneakers are just a click away

    Luxury, Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Few images are more recognizable around this time of year than the ugly Christmas sweater. Once the unfortunate produce of grandma’s failing eyesight, ugly Christmas sweaters today tend to be designed that way by apparel retailers. They’re festive ...
  • Jack Ma thinks China’s politics bode well for growth

    Jack Ma thinks China’s politics bode well for growth

    Ecommerce, Monday, 11 December 2017

    Alibaba’s founder and CEO, Jack Ma, thinks that China’s one-party state offers a level of political stability that the U.S. can’t match. Responding to a question at the Fortune Magazine conference in Guangzhou, Ma said “I am very confident ...
  • Alphabet continues to make strides in artificial intelligence

    Alphabet continues to make strides in artificial intelligence

    Managed, Monday, 11 December 2017

    Artificial Intelligences (AIs) tend to be very good at things in a very narrow range. Google’s AlphaGo, for example, is better at complex Chinese strategy game Go than even the best human players (something long thought impossible given the intuitive nature of ...
  • Ulta Beauty drives sales this holiday season with deep discounting

    Ulta Beauty drives sales this holiday season with deep discounting

    Luxury, Monday, 11 December 2017

    If you’re planning to buy cosmetics this holiday season, you could do a lot worse than checking out Ulta Beauty’s latest offers. The company is slashing prices by as much as 50% on selected, popular, items, in an effort to get people engaged. This offer ...
  • Xylem to help Australia control water use in the agriculture sector

    Xylem to help Australia control water use in the agriculture sector

    Managed, Monday, 11 December 2017

    Australia has a strong agricultural tradition, producing three times as much food as is required by its population. Given that Australia is the driest continent on Earth, that’s doubly impressive. But the way in which it accomplishes such productivity is ...
  • Louis Vuitton’s new customer service staff: Facebook bots

    Louis Vuitton’s new customer service staff: Facebook bots

    Luxury, Friday, 08 December 2017

    This holiday season, your purchase of a $1,370 canvas duffle bag could be prompted by an unusual luxury spokesperson: a Facebook bot. Luxury titan Louis Vuitton has turned to the social media platform for help managing customer interest on social media. The bots in ...
  • Amadeus owns the skies

    Amadeus owns the skies

    Ecommerce, Friday, 08 December 2017

    Amadeus IT, Europe’s second most valuable software business, has become so powerful that its customers – the world’s biggest airlines – are in open rebellion. Some analysts and investors are questioning whether this rebellion – which ...
  • Watch out Etsy: Amazon’s got you in its sights

    Watch out Etsy: Amazon’s got you in its sights

    Ecommerce, Friday, 08 December 2017

    Global Ecommerce powerhouse Amazon is offering last-minute delivery on a wide range of handmade items, including candles, pottery, and necklaces, in an effort to win over shoppers on arts-and-crafts marketplace Etsy. This is a great time to offer the competitive ...
  • Brown Forman: strong first half results in raised outlook for the year

    Brown Forman: strong first half results in raised outlook for the year

    Luxury, Friday, 08 December 2017

    Brown Forman Corporation released quarterly earnings results for the second quarter of fiscal 2018 this week, demonstrating a strong business that’s had a great first half. As a result, the company has raised its outlook, bringing a smile, as well as a drink, ...
  • Puma in India: late, but a leader

    Puma in India: late, but a leader

    Luxury, Thursday, 07 December 2017

    Sportswear brand Puma has become a leader in the Indian market, despite a late entry. The brand’s CEO, Bjorn Gulden, recently said that he sees India becoming one of the top five global markets for Puma, as Indians are showing more and more interest in ...
  • UK banks cover up cybercrime

    UK banks cover up cybercrime

    Managed, Thursday, 07 December 2017

    In a worrying report from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), it has been claimed that UK banks are failing to report the full extent of cyber attacks on the financial services industry. This is despite the fact that reports of cybercrime to the FCA have risen ...
  • Electronic Arts completes acquisition of Respawn early

    Electronic Arts completes acquisition of Respawn early

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 07 December 2017

    In November, Electronic Arts (EA) announced that it was buying Titanfall developer Respawn. Originally, it expected the deal to close by the end of this calendar year, but a recent filing shows that it came in ahead of schedule, and was completed by December 1. ...
  • Grubhub uses Snapchat to gobble up Millennial attention

    Grubhub uses Snapchat to gobble up Millennial attention

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 07 December 2017

    Food delivery service Grubhub considers hungry college students to be a key demographic. That’s why it’s become one of Snapchat’s earliest adopters – and the company is using the youth-friendly social media site in a variety of ways. ...
  • Delphi: self-driving costs to fall 90% by 2025

    Delphi: self-driving costs to fall 90% by 2025

    Managed, Wednesday, 06 December 2017

    Delphi Automotive, the car parts manufacturer at the center of the trends towards self-driving and electrification, has some good news for people waiting to drive the cars of the future: by 2025, self-driving costs could have fallen by 90%. Delphi, which changed its ...
  • L’Oreal used to love big hair – now it loves big data

    L’Oreal used to love big hair – now it loves big data

    Luxury, Wednesday, 06 December 2017

    Cosmetics giant L’Oreal is pursuing data over who buys what, why, and how much, in an effort to close the gap with big online retailers. The company’s data acquisitions and partnerships team, headed up by Aruna Paramasivan, uses its own (fairly limited) ...

Latest News

  • FED sees limited impact from tax cuts

    FED sees limited impact from tax cuts

  • L’Oreal’s vegan roots are showing

    L’Oreal’s vegan roots are showing

  • Science: extreme weather caused by man-made warming

    Science: extreme weather caused by man-made warming

  • Mastercard wants to help Millennials manage their money

    Mastercard wants to help Millennials manage their money

  • Blizzard is the key to Activision’s growth

    Blizzard is the key to Activision’s growth

  • Ferrari plans production boost to meet supercar demand

    Ferrari plans production boost to meet supercar demand

  • Facebook courts goodwill by moving to local tax structure

    Facebook courts goodwill by moving to local tax structure

  • Assa Abloy pushes further into smart locks with Z-Wave Alliance leadership role

    Assa Abloy pushes further into smart locks with Z-Wave Alliance leadership role

  • DeepMind has a method to make artificial intelligence safe

    DeepMind has a method to make artificial intelligence safe

  • Inditex looking to sell 16 Zara stores for €400 million

    Inditex looking to sell 16 Zara stores for €400 million

  • Xylem Inc. to acquire Pure Technologies

    Xylem Inc. to acquire Pure Technologies

  • Samsonite working hard to attract the ladies

    Samsonite working hard to attract the ladies

  • Facebook TV slashes smaller shows to free up budget for bigger productions

    Facebook TV slashes smaller shows to free up budget for bigger productions

  • Just Eat’s latest innovation lets you “conjure” fast food

    Just Eat’s latest innovation lets you “conjure” fast food

  • Alibaba puts another $200 million into India

    Alibaba puts another $200 million into India

  • Festive, funny, and trendy: Nike’s “Ugly Christmas Sweater” sneakers are just a click away

    Festive, funny, and trendy: Nike’s “Ugly Christmas Sweater” sneakers are just a click away

  • Jack Ma thinks China’s politics bode well for growth

    Jack Ma thinks China’s politics bode well for growth

  • Alphabet continues to make strides in artificial intelligence

    Alphabet continues to make strides in artificial intelligence

  • Ulta Beauty drives sales this holiday season with deep discounting

    Ulta Beauty drives sales this holiday season with deep discounting

  • Xylem to help Australia control water use in the agriculture sector

    Xylem to help Australia control water use in the agriculture sector

  • Louis Vuitton’s new customer service staff: Facebook bots

    Louis Vuitton’s new customer service staff: Facebook bots

  • Amadeus owns the skies

    Amadeus owns the skies

  • Watch out Etsy: Amazon’s got you in its sights

    Watch out Etsy: Amazon’s got you in its sights

  • Brown Forman: strong first half results in raised outlook for the year

    Brown Forman: strong first half results in raised outlook for the year

  • Puma in India: late, but a leader

    Puma in India: late, but a leader

  • UK banks cover up cybercrime

    UK banks cover up cybercrime

  • Electronic Arts completes acquisition of Respawn early

    Electronic Arts completes acquisition of Respawn early

  • Grubhub uses Snapchat to gobble up Millennial attention

    Grubhub uses Snapchat to gobble up Millennial attention

  • Delphi: self-driving costs to fall 90% by 2025

    Delphi: self-driving costs to fall 90% by 2025

  • L’Oreal used to love big hair – now it loves big data

    L’Oreal used to love big hair – now it loves big data

  • Visa wants to go contactless around the world

    Visa wants to go contactless around the world

  • Marriott boss sees business travel and leisure travel converge

    Marriott boss sees business travel and leisure travel converge

  • Facebook: 99% of ISIS & Al Qaeda content is caught by AI

    Facebook: 99% of ISIS & Al Qaeda content is caught by AI

  • Ulta Beauty beats the street in third quarter

    Ulta Beauty beats the street in third quarter

  • Is Tencent using strategic investments to stymy U.S. tech giants?

    Is Tencent using strategic investments to stymy U.S. tech giants?

  • Samsonite looks to Hungary for increased production

    Samsonite looks to Hungary for increased production

  • Facebook disables ethnicity ad targeting system

    Facebook disables ethnicity ad targeting system

  • Kering appoints Rothschild & Co to spin off Puma

    Kering appoints Rothschild & Co to spin off Puma

  • Alibaba wants the biggest stake in facial recognition startup SenseTime

    Alibaba wants the biggest stake in facial recognition startup SenseTime

  • Compass Group UK & Ireland launches “EAT” partnership

    Compass Group UK & Ireland launches “EAT” partnership

  • Economic Outlook for December 2017

    Economic Outlook for December 2017

  • Tech stocks see worst sell off in over a year… but already rebounding

    Tech stocks see worst sell off in over a year… but already rebounding

  • Tiffany beats the street – Americas rebound

    Tiffany beats the street – Americas rebound

  • Carnival Corp. going slow on “Ocean Medallion” roll out

    Carnival Corp. going slow on “Ocean Medallion” roll out

  • The incredible acceleration of eSports

    The incredible acceleration of eSports

  • Aging Millennials do the most shopping over holiday weekend

    Aging Millennials do the most shopping over holiday weekend

  • By 2025, one out of every six new cars on the road will be electric

    By 2025, one out of every six new cars on the road will be electric

  • Assa Abloy’s UK call for mandatory fire door inspections

    Assa Abloy’s UK call for mandatory fire door inspections

  • Amazon closes the cloud gap with Microsoft and Google

    Amazon closes the cloud gap with Microsoft and Google

  • LVMH’s secret weapon in the brand wars: Sephora

    LVMH’s secret weapon in the brand wars: Sephora

  • Barracuda Networks’ share price rises on acquisition announcement

    Barracuda Networks’ share price rises on acquisition announcement

  • Just Eat prepares to join the big leagues

    Just Eat prepares to join the big leagues

  • Facebook gets serious challenging ad disinformation

    Facebook gets serious challenging ad disinformation

  • Burberry does it again: most popular British brand on Instagram!

    Burberry does it again: most popular British brand on Instagram!

  • Tencent’s advertising business has plenty of room to grow

    Tencent’s advertising business has plenty of room to grow

  • Moncler ditches catwalks – prefers selfies

    Moncler ditches catwalks – prefers selfies

  • Alphabet’s Schmidt shines light on why Google can’t beat “fake news”

    Alphabet’s Schmidt shines light on why Google can’t beat “fake news”

  • Ctrip signs strategic agreement with Western Australia to boost tourism

    Ctrip signs strategic agreement with Western Australia to boost tourism

  • Electronic Arts savvy digital strategies will compensate for recent woes

    Electronic Arts savvy digital strategies will compensate for recent woes

  • Rémy Cointreau sales boosted by China in first half

    Rémy Cointreau sales boosted by China in first half

  • Tencent is now the world’s most valuable social networking company

    Tencent is now the world’s most valuable social networking company

  • Macau continues recovery as high stakes gamers return to the table

    Macau continues recovery as high stakes gamers return to the table

  • PayPal wants to help users’ money grow from little acorns into mighty oaks

    PayPal wants to help users’ money grow from little acorns into mighty oaks

  • Xylem Inc. reduces meter reading in Nashville with “smart water network”

    Xylem Inc. reduces meter reading in Nashville with “smart water network”

  • Netflix unconcerned about net neutrality threats as it plans a stacked December

    Netflix unconcerned about net neutrality threats as it plans a stacked December

  • Meet the 2 designers transforming LVMH’s hippest brand

    Meet the 2 designers transforming LVMH’s hippest brand

  • Fancy a plane this black Friday? Alibaba’s got you covered!

    Fancy a plane this black Friday? Alibaba’s got you covered!

  • Eurofins Scientific pushes further into India with Spectro acquisition

    Eurofins Scientific pushes further into India with Spectro acquisition

  • Fancy an Amazon Echo with that Thanksgiving turkey?

    Fancy an Amazon Echo with that Thanksgiving turkey?

  • Electric car sales jump by 63% in third quarter

    Electric car sales jump by 63% in third quarter

  • Now you really can have breakfast at Tiffany’s

    Now you really can have breakfast at Tiffany’s

  • Compass Group sees profit up 18%

    Compass Group sees profit up 18%

  • Alibaba marches further into physical retail with Sun Art investment

    Alibaba marches further into physical retail with Sun Art investment

  • Richemont owner demonstrates value of craftsmanship in Venice show

    Richemont owner demonstrates value of craftsmanship in Venice show

  • PayPal sells consumer loan portfolio to Synchrony Financial

    PayPal sells consumer loan portfolio to Synchrony Financial

  • Dufry signs seven-year contract with airport group Swedavia

    Dufry signs seven-year contract with airport group Swedavia

  • Ferrari: pulling out of F1 could boost bottom line by £100 million

    Ferrari: pulling out of F1 could boost bottom line by £100 million

  • Meet millenials’ new favourite brand: Gucci

    Meet millenials’ new favourite brand: Gucci

  • Baidu’s Raven H latest in long line of smart speakers

    Baidu’s Raven H latest in long line of smart speakers

  • Just Eat given green light for Hungry House takeover

    Just Eat given green light for Hungry House takeover

  • China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

    China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

  • Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

    Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

  • An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

    An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

  • Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

    Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

  • Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

    Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

  • Middle East is the new cruise destination everyone’s got to visit

    Middle East is the new cruise destination everyone’s got to visit

  • Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

    Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

  • Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

    Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

  • Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

    Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

  • JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

    JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

  • Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

    Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

  • LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

    LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

  • African growth is all about MCommerce – Visa looks to capitalize

    African growth is all about MCommerce – Visa looks to capitalize

  • Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

    Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

  • Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

    Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

  • Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

    Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

  • Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

    Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

  • Climate change: a threat to us all, but also an opportunity

    Climate change: a threat to us all, but also an opportunity

  • Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

    Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

  • Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

    Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

  • Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

    Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

  • EA Boss: video game industry moving towards subscription based model

    EA Boss: video game industry moving towards subscription based model

  • Carnival Corp signs agreement with Shell to power greener cruise ships

    Carnival Corp signs agreement with Shell to power greener cruise ships

  • Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

    Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

  • Chinese travel market continues to grow – Ctrip looks to dominate

    Chinese travel market continues to grow – Ctrip looks to dominate

  • Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

    Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

  • Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

    Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

  • Domino’s has high-tech solution for common pizza woes

    Domino’s has high-tech solution for common pizza woes

  • Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

    Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

  • Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

    Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

  • LVMH launches new brand to celebrate the “art of hosting”

    LVMH launches new brand to celebrate the “art of hosting”

  • Tiffany & Co. has its own slant on “every day objects”

    Tiffany & Co. has its own slant on “every day objects”

  • Nike uses AR to sell hyped sneakers

    Nike uses AR to sell hyped sneakers

  • Mcommerce drives PayPal growth

    Mcommerce drives PayPal growth

  • Live Nation sees a record third quarter

    Live Nation sees a record third quarter

  • Dufry extends Malta International Airport agreement

    Dufry extends Malta International Airport agreement

  • Alibaba: beats on revenue, earnings, and increased guidance

    Alibaba: beats on revenue, earnings, and increased guidance

  • Ferrari races ahead with earnings beat

    Ferrari races ahead with earnings beat

  • Activision Blizzard beats the street, raises guidance

    Activision Blizzard beats the street, raises guidance

  • Delphi Automotive sees “record third quarter financial performance”

    Delphi Automotive sees “record third quarter financial performance”

  • Google’s new plan for China

    Google’s new plan for China

  • Facebook’s earnings beat expectations – but the share price goes down

    Facebook’s earnings beat expectations – but the share price goes down

  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on earnings in third quarter

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on earnings in third quarter

  • Ctrip sees strong third quarter – Skyscanner is strategic boon

    Ctrip sees strong third quarter – Skyscanner is strategic boon

  • Cognex reports record third quarter

    Cognex reports record third quarter

  • Burberry’s creative director to exit company by 2019

    Burberry’s creative director to exit company by 2019

  • Just Eat raises forecast after strong third quarter

    Just Eat raises forecast after strong third quarter

  • Xylem sees positive earnings, revenue, and order growth in third quarter

    Xylem sees positive earnings, revenue, and order growth in third quarter

  • Economic Outlook for November 2017

    Economic Outlook for November 2017

  • Activision researches matchmaking tactics to sell in-game items

    Activision researches matchmaking tactics to sell in-game items

  • Hermes to add 500 jobs expanding leather good segment in France

    Hermes to add 500 jobs expanding leather good segment in France

  • UN lambasts “catastrophic” lack of action as climate change hits 800,000-year peak

    UN lambasts “catastrophic” lack of action as climate change hits 800,000-year peak

  • Marriott plans big Asia Pacific push over next 12 months

    Marriott plans big Asia Pacific push over next 12 months

  • Hexagon beats expectations in third quarter, signs new deal

    Hexagon beats expectations in third quarter, signs new deal

  • Priceline: bullish on China, going local is key

    Priceline: bullish on China, going local is key

  • Anta Sports looks to capitalize on two-child policy with King Kow

    Anta Sports looks to capitalize on two-child policy with King Kow

  • Amazon earnings: massive beat sends share up 7% after hours

    Amazon earnings: massive beat sends share up 7% after hours

  • Alphabet beats on earnings report, brings in $27.77 billion

    Alphabet beats on earnings report, brings in $27.77 billion

  • Las Vegas Sands beats analysts’ expectations in Q3

    Las Vegas Sands beats analysts’ expectations in Q3

  • Nike focuses on women’s wear – challenges Lululemon

    Nike focuses on women’s wear – challenges Lululemon

  • New Oriental Education is putting long-term growth first

    New Oriental Education is putting long-term growth first

  • Delphi Automotive buys self-driving startup nuTonomy

    Delphi Automotive buys self-driving startup nuTonomy

  • Visa beats the street on profit in fourth quarter

    Visa beats the street on profit in fourth quarter

  • Eurofins Sceintific sees strong third quarter, brings forward revenue

    Eurofins Sceintific sees strong third quarter, brings forward revenue

  • Gucci is the cream of the crop in Kering’s strong third quarter

    Gucci is the cream of the crop in Kering’s strong third quarter

  • Amazon brings quick deliveries to work with Business Prime

    Amazon brings quick deliveries to work with Business Prime

  • Pandora in Brazil: breaking barriers to reinvent the jewelry industry

    Pandora in Brazil: breaking barriers to reinvent the jewelry industry

  • Novartis beats third quarter expectations, delays Alcon spinoff

    Novartis beats third quarter expectations, delays Alcon spinoff

  • Game developers turn to psychological profiling for long-term success

    Game developers turn to psychological profiling for long-term success

  • Luxottica reiterates 2017 guidance despite hurricane disruption

    Luxottica reiterates 2017 guidance despite hurricane disruption

  • Givaudan invests in new site to capture Chinese growth

    Givaudan invests in new site to capture Chinese growth

  • Jake Gyllenhaal’s first Eternity ad goes live

    Jake Gyllenhaal’s first Eternity ad goes live

  • FedEx future may lie on a rocket ship

    FedEx future may lie on a rocket ship

  • Skyworks Solutions: 5G will save the world

    Skyworks Solutions: 5G will save the world

  • Inside Kering’s “Crafting Tomorrow’s Luxury” strategy

    Inside Kering’s “Crafting Tomorrow’s Luxury” strategy

  • Visa takes egalitarian approach to India: mass market solutions

    Visa takes egalitarian approach to India: mass market solutions

  • PayPal beats the street in third quarter

    PayPal beats the street in third quarter

  • eBay share price holds more or less steady on marginal earnings beat

    eBay share price holds more or less steady on marginal earnings beat

  • Moncler goes big in Milan, as brand courts “fourth fashion capital”

    Moncler goes big in Milan, as brand courts “fourth fashion capital”

  • JD.com wants to innovate deliveries with an autonomous truck

    JD.com wants to innovate deliveries with an autonomous truck

  • U.S. sees fewest jobless claims since 1973

    U.S. sees fewest jobless claims since 1973

  • Puma shares jump 4% after unscheduled earnings announcement

    Puma shares jump 4% after unscheduled earnings announcement

  • DeepMind goes looking for new drugs

    DeepMind goes looking for new drugs

  • Assa Abloy buys smart lock start-up August

    Assa Abloy buys smart lock start-up August

  • Remy Cointreau sees strong demand from east and west

    Remy Cointreau sees strong demand from east and west

  • CIRP shines a light on the true value of Prime for Amazon

    CIRP shines a light on the true value of Prime for Amazon

  • Zalando: revenue up, profit down – but the strategy’s working

    Zalando: revenue up, profit down – but the strategy’s working

  • Tencent and JD collaborate to shake up big data marketing

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