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  • H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

    H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

    Luxury, Wednesday, 12 December 2018

    The millennial generation is renowned for its commitment to environmentalism and equality, with a large number of consumers from that demographic showing a preference for brands that pay a living wage and commit to sustainability. H&M is eager to show that they ...
  • Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

    Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 12 December 2018

    Ecommerce giant Amazon is reportedly planning to launch its first Amazon Go store outside of the US. If you’re not sure what Amazon Go is, don’t be surprised: it’s currently a tiny business that has seen Amazon move into the brick-and-mortar retail ...
  • Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

    Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

    Luxury, Wednesday, 12 December 2018

    Alcoholic beverage giant Constellation Brands, the company behind mega-brand Corona (a popular cerveza beer) and others, is looking to invest in female entrepreneurs. It’s part of a strategy that the company thinks will let it sell more drinks to women, ...
  • Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

    Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

    Managed, Wednesday, 12 December 2018

    Assa Abloy, the world’s market leader in secure lock and door products, is continuing to innovate the space, increasingly turning to connectivity and biometrics to create the most advanced physical security products to date. This year, that’s been ...
  • Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Luxury, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Fast-growing Chinese giant Anta Sports is closing in on acquisition target, Finnish sportswear Amer Sports. The acquisition – which will in fact be made by a consortium that is led by Anta – looks closer and closer to fruition. And if it comes off, it ...
  • UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

    UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Tech titan Alphabet’s autonomous driving division, Waymo, has just launched its own commercial taxi service. And, while it’s just a small pilot at the moment, investment bank UBS thinks it could bring in as much as $114 billion in revenue in 2030. When ...
  • Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Luxury, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Five years ago, Marriott promised to ditch the crueller factory-farmed eggs that most hotel chains serve up. When they missed targets on that front three years ago, no one seemed to notice. At the beginning of this month, that changed, and protestors were lined up ...
  • Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

    Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

    Managed, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Market-leading global laboratory group Eurofins Scientific has found a new way to expand its capabilities. The company is well known for pursuing growth through acquisition, but when it came time to grow its advanced materials sciences footprint in the Netherlands, ...
  • Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

    Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

    Managed, Tuesday, 11 December 2018

    Scent and flavour giant Givaudan, the company behind an enormous number of the things we smell and taste each day, is looking to push further into high-end food brands by supplying ingredients that meet specific requirements. Key amongst those requirements are ...
  • Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Luxury, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Video game market leader Activision Blizzard has signed a multi-year global licensing deal with online sports retailer Fanatics. The companies announced last Monday that Fanatics would be the “exclusive home” for Overwatch League merchandise. This ...
  • Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

    Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

    Ecommerce, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Chinese ecommerce titan Alibaba is taking a leaf out of expansionary ecommerce companies in the west and moving across the globe. In Alibaba’s case, this means moving into Europe, where the company has signed an agreement with the Belgian government to create ...
  • Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

    Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

    Managed, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Mandy Ginsberg, CEO of online dating specialists Match Group, has spent a year in the industry’s top job. With a host of the world’s most popular ways to find love online – including Match.com, OkCupid, Tinder, and Hinge – the company is ...
  • Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

    Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

    Ecommerce, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Friends might be the most popular sitcom ever made – but when streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix ponied up a cool $100 million for rights to stream it for another year, observers wondered if it had paid over the odds. Given how many ...
  • Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

    Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

    Managed, Monday, 10 December 2018

    Coffee house Kingpin Starbucks is on the warpath. That’s not new – the company has fought the good fight against any number of social ills over the past few years, endearing itself to millennial hearts and minds. Previous (and current) adversaries ...
  • Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Luxury, Friday, 07 December 2018

    Sporting footwear giant Adidas is rethinking its marketing in an effort to engage with consumers and stay ahead of rivals like even-bigger competitor Nike. The company is using something it calls “dark social” to build a community around its football ...
  • PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

    PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

    Ecommerce, Friday, 07 December 2018

    When online payments giant PayPal closed its acquisition of iZettle, it made the biggest purchase in its history. Now, regulators in the UK say that might have been a mistake. Britain’s antitrust watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) says that ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

    GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

    Managed, Friday, 07 December 2018

    The continuing repositioning of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) under CEO Emma Walmsley, has continued with a new acquisition. Pharmaceutical giant GSK has been restructuring to focus on cancer treatments (amongst other things) over the last year, and its $5.1 billion ...
  • The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    Luxury, Friday, 07 December 2018

    Samsonite is debuting an assortment of luggage made from sustainable materials across five of its collections, as well as two new product ranges. The travel-case giant said the new bags were the work of its innovation team in Europe, and are made from ...
  • US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

    US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

    All Funds, Wednesday, 05 December 2018

    Some commentators have suggested that we may be heading towards a consumer debt-induced financial crisis in the US reminiscent of 2008. However, our analysis shows that the risk of a new financial crisis triggered by high levels of US household debt is lower today ...
  • Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Luxury, Wednesday, 05 December 2018

    It’s good news for gaming mecca Macau, as recent figures show (much) better than expected revenue in November. Casino shares soared on the good news, and analysts rushed to comment on the news. These results, furthermore, are shored up by better macroeconomic ...
  • Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

    Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 05 December 2018

    It’s been one heck of a rollercoaster for Ecommerce titan Amazon’s share price this year. The company’s eponymous online store and wider business interests (like cloud computing) have performed admirably. And speculation about further growth and ...
  • FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

    FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 05 December 2018

    Logistics- and delivery-giant FedEx has debuted a unique way to help customers “deliver joy” on the back of a recent survey. The survey in question suggests that people have a deep emotional connection with gift giving, and take “joy” in the ...
  • Economic Outlook for December 2018

    Economic Outlook for December 2018

    All Funds, Tuesday, 04 December 2018

    November was a volatile period for equity markets worldwide ending on a somewhat positive note with the S&P 500 gaining 1.8% and the Nasdaq a mere 0.3% during the month. Uncertainty regarding monetary policies, the trade tensions with China and a general unease ...
  • The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

    Managed, Tuesday, 04 December 2018

    Arguably, the tech backlash that’s muted stocks this year started early, with the revelation that political strategists at Cambridge Analytica had pilfered data from Facebook and used it to sway voters in the 2016 US Presidential Elections. Most of the media ...
  • Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

    Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 04 December 2018

    Streaming video on demand (SVOD) giant Netflix thinks it might be in for an Oscar this year. If it’s right, then it will continue a trend towards the big-budget pictures of the streaming world colonising award shows previously dominated by traditional ...
  • PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    Luxury, Tuesday, 04 December 2018

    Fashion giant PVH Corp, the company behind brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, reported a mixed bag of earnings at the end of last week, and committed issued fourth-quarter guidance in-line with analysts’ estimates. It also highlighted the cause of ...
  • Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

    Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

    Managed, Monday, 03 December 2018

    Google parent Alphabet Inc. has an interest in health care. The Silicon Valley titan counts Verily Life Sciences and Calico Life Sciences as its children, and other subsidiaries, like Deepmind, routinely veer into healthcare-related territories. But Alphabet’s ...
  • Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

    Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

    Managed, Monday, 03 December 2018

    A new study by the Federal Reserve has thrown common wisdom about the millennial generation into doubt. For what seems like an aeon, commentators have been claiming that millennials differ from the generations that precede them in a number of important ways, at ...
  • Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Luxury, Monday, 03 December 2018

    Bill Newlands is a long-time alcohol executive. And from March next year, he will move into the top job at Constellation Brands, the drinks seller behind brands like Corona, Modelo, and more. Newlands recently spoke to reporters from the Chicago Tribune, where he ...
  • Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

    Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

    Ecommerce, Monday, 03 December 2018

    Ecommerce payment giant Visa has announced that it’s taken a stake in Indian online payments platform BillDesk. Visa’s interest in the country’s ecommerce sector isn’t unique – India is widely seen as the next great global growth story; ...

Latest News

  • H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

    H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

  • Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

    Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

  • Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

    Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

  • Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

    Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

  • Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

  • UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

    UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

  • Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

  • Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

    Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

  • Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

    Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

  • Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

  • Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

    Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

  • Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

    Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

  • Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

    Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

  • Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

    Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

  • Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

  • PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

    PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

  • GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

    GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

  • The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

  • US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

    US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

  • Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Fortune smiles on Macau this November

  • Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

    Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

  • FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

    FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

  • Economic Outlook for December 2018

    Economic Outlook for December 2018

  • The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

  • Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

    Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

  • PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

  • Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

    Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

  • Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

    Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

  • Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

  • Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

    Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

  • Amazon Web Services to offer satellite service

    Amazon Web Services to offer satellite service

  • Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

    Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

  • Richemont sees watch sales rise 7% in first half

    Luxury titan Richemont, well-known for its watch and jewellery brands such as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, has reported “high single digit growth in watches” for the first half of 2018. The company said that watch sales increased by 7% year over year t

  • Amazon saw biggest shopping day ever last weekend

    Amazon saw biggest shopping day ever last weekend

  • Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

    Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

  • Starbucks breaks new sustainability grounds by proving that you can recycle coffee cups

    Starbucks breaks new sustainability grounds by proving that you can recycle coffee cups

  • Xylem CEO: “smart water is the next disruption”

    Xylem CEO: “smart water is the next disruption”

  • Looking for a business loan? PayPal wants to help

    Looking for a business loan? PayPal wants to help

  • Expedia CEO talks tough on China future

    Expedia CEO talks tough on China future

  • Assa Abloy finds first partners for CLIQ Go

    Assa Abloy finds first partners for CLIQ Go

  • Bombardier in the lead for New Jersey rail deal

    Bombardier in the lead for New Jersey rail deal

  • GoDaddy integrates with new Google tools to help small businesses conquer search engine rankings

    GoDaddy integrates with new Google tools to help small businesses conquer search engine rankings

  • Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

    Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

  • Givaudan’s new fragrance and flavour site is focussing on Muslim customers

    Givaudan’s new fragrance and flavour site is focussing on Muslim customers

  • Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

    Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

  • Activision Blizzard’s next big eSports franchise might be a game you’ve never heard of

    Activision Blizzard’s next big eSports franchise might be a game you’ve never heard of

  • Google announces new policy for political ads before EU vote

    Google announces new policy for political ads before EU vote

  • Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

    Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

  • What’s next for FedEx? Maybe delivery bots!

    What’s next for FedEx? Maybe delivery bots!

  • What's Moving Markets in November?

    What's Moving Markets in November?

  • Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

    Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

  • Amazon joins bidding for Disney sports channels

    Amazon joins bidding for Disney sports channels

  • Chr. Hansen works with University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute towards sustainable agriculture

    Chr. Hansen works with University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute towards sustainable agriculture

  • Compass Group sees a 7.1% rise in profit in full-year 2018

    Compass Group sees a 7.1% rise in profit in full-year 2018

  • GlaxoSmithKline has Silicon Valley top talent in its sights

    GlaxoSmithKline has Silicon Valley top talent in its sights

  • Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

    Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

  • Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

    Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

  • Will this Thanksgiving be the year online grocery shopping takes off?

    Will this Thanksgiving be the year online grocery shopping takes off?

  • Domino’s Pizza wants to be the ‘official food of everything’

    Domino’s Pizza wants to be the ‘official food of everything’

  • Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

    Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

  • Polypipe sees 10% organic revenue growth in four months ended October

    Polypipe sees 10% organic revenue growth in four months ended October

  • It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

    It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

  • Will a ‘mobile only’ subscription plan be what drives Asians onto Netflix?

    Will a ‘mobile only’ subscription plan be what drives Asians onto Netflix?

  • Sophos: this year sees “a stunning success” in fight against cybercrime

    Sophos: this year sees “a stunning success” in fight against cybercrime

  • Alphabet pauses diabetes-diagnosing contact lens project

    Alphabet pauses diabetes-diagnosing contact lens project

  • China leads the trend towards electrification in the auto industry

    China leads the trend towards electrification in the auto industry

  • CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

    CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

  • Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

    Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

  • Givaudan targets 50% sugar reduction for new flavour techniques

    Givaudan targets 50% sugar reduction for new flavour techniques

  • Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

    Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

  • PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

    PayPal takes a stand against extremists – on both sides of the political divide

  • Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

    Samsonite sees profit jump by 33% in third quarter of 2018

  • Novartis announces initiative to fund five new sickle cell disease proposals

    Novartis announces initiative to fund five new sickle cell disease proposals

  • As streaming platforms conquer the music industry, Spotify wants to be your record label

    As streaming platforms conquer the music industry, Spotify wants to be your record label

  • Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

    Chinese consumers increasingly search for retail “experiences”

  • Amazon’s search for a second HQ is officially over!

    Amazon’s search for a second HQ is officially over!

  • Connected cars are the future – and sales are set to rise

    Connected cars are the future – and sales are set to rise

  • Growth Stock Volatility Persists

    Growth Stock Volatility Persists

  • Google’s getting into travel – and it’s perfectly positioned to be a disruptor

    Google’s getting into travel – and it’s perfectly positioned to be a disruptor

  • Domino’s Pizza continues to embrace the innovative with eSports investments

    Domino’s Pizza continues to embrace the innovative with eSports investments

  • Kering continues to make in-roads in sustainability with an ethical cotton supply chain

    Kering continues to make in-roads in sustainability with an ethical cotton supply chain

  • Activision Blizzard beats the Street, but shares fall on reiteration of guidance

    Activision Blizzard beats the Street, but shares fall on reiteration of guidance

  • Alibaba sets new record for Singles’ Day – outsells Amazon’s Prime Day total in 10 minutes!

    Alibaba sets new record for Singles’ Day – outsells Amazon’s Prime Day total in 10 minutes!

  • Amazon and Apple: frenemies unite to pursue growth

    Amazon and Apple: frenemies unite to pursue growth

  • YNAP acquisition boosts sales in Richemont’s first half

    YNAP acquisition boosts sales in Richemont’s first half

  • Take-Two Interactive beats the Street, raises guidance thanks to Red Dead 2’s outperformance

    Take-Two Interactive beats the Street, raises guidance thanks to Red Dead 2’s outperformance

  • LVMH praises Chinese crackdown on counterfeiting

    LVMH praises Chinese crackdown on counterfeiting

  • GoDaddy beats on revenue, misses on profit

    GoDaddy beats on revenue, misses on profit

  • Ctrip beats on top- and bottom-lines – but pressure on Chinese stocks continues to weigh share price down

    Ctrip beats on top- and bottom-lines – but pressure on Chinese stocks continues to weigh share price down

  • Match beats the Street on earnings and revenue, but weaker than expected guidance sends the share price down

    Match beats the Street on earnings and revenue, but weaker than expected guidance sends the share price down

  • Adidas beats on earnings, raises profit guidance

    Adidas beats on earnings, raises profit guidance

  • Ferrari shares decline after earnings beat, guidance reiteration

    Ferrari shares decline after earnings beat, guidance reiteration

  • Cognex reports third quarter, beats the Street despite declines

    Cognex reports third quarter, beats the Street despite declines

  • Booking Holdings share price jumps on solid third quarter

    Booking Holdings share price jumps on solid third quarter

  • Xylem reports strong quarter with double-digit earnings growth

    Xylem reports strong quarter with double-digit earnings growth

  • Marriott beats on earnings, but misses on revenue

    Marriott beats on earnings, but misses on revenue

  • Cognizant Technology Solutions reports Q3 – revenue rises to over $4 billion

    Cognizant Technology Solutions reports Q3 – revenue rises to over $4 billion

  • Spotify beats on revenue and earnings – but share price declines on weaker than expected guidance

    Spotify beats on revenue and earnings – but share price declines on weaker than expected guidance

  • As the trend towards animal companions continues, IDEXX beats the Street

    As the trend towards animal companions continues, IDEXX beats the Street

  • Viasat delivers incredible quarterly earnings, share price surges

    Viasat delivers incredible quarterly earnings, share price surges

  • Strong app traffic helped Baidu beat revenue estimates last quarter

    Strong app traffic helped Baidu beat revenue estimates last quarter

  • The Bezos view: automation won’t put people out of work

    The Bezos view: automation won’t put people out of work

  • Alibaba narrowly misses on revenue – beats on everything else

    Alibaba narrowly misses on revenue – beats on everything else

  • Live Nation reports “best quarter ever”

    Live Nation reports “best quarter ever”

  • Bright Horizons posts “bright” results for third quarter

    Bright Horizons posts “bright” results for third quarter

  • Starbucks beats the Street, turns around domestic slump

    Starbucks beats the Street, turns around domestic slump

  • Singles’ Day is one week away – here’s what you need to know

    Singles’ Day is one week away – here’s what you need to know

  • Amazon takes step backwards on politics, will stop pushing Washington Post

    Amazon takes step backwards on politics, will stop pushing Washington Post

  • Hexagon earnings jump 13% from previous year, beats on sales

    Hexagon earnings jump 13% from previous year, beats on sales

  • Spotify makes major push into US with FREE Google Home Mini for Family Plan users

    Spotify makes major push into US with FREE Google Home Mini for Family Plan users

  • Estee Lauder beats the Street – more proof that Chinese demand holds strong

    Estee Lauder beats the Street – more proof that Chinese demand holds strong

  • Aptiv beats the Street on revenue and earnings

    Aptiv beats the Street on revenue and earnings

  • Alphabet’s Waymo scores a massive win in California

    Alphabet’s Waymo scores a massive win in California

  • Take-Two Interactive’s share price surges thanks to Red Dead 2

    Take-Two Interactive’s share price surges thanks to Red Dead 2

  • Mastercard beats the Street in third quarter on strong U.S. consumer spending

    Mastercard beats the Street in third quarter on strong U.S. consumer spending

  • Earn an extra billion and save the waves – all in a year’s work for Adidas

    Earn an extra billion and save the waves – all in a year’s work for Adidas

  • Givaudan invests in Indonesian centre, completes Centroflora Nutra acquisition

    Givaudan invests in Indonesian centre, completes Centroflora Nutra acquisition

  • The future of video games lives in the cloud

    The future of video games lives in the cloud

  • When investors and analysts disagree: the curious case of Inditex

    When investors and analysts disagree: the curious case of Inditex

  • Restaurants are shrinking – but that’s a good thing for the food industry!

    Restaurants are shrinking – but that’s a good thing for the food industry!

  • Eurofins raises guidance again after strong third quarter and successful spate of acquisitions

    Eurofins raises guidance again after strong third quarter and successful spate of acquisitions

  • Economic Outlook for November 2018

    Economic Outlook for November 2018

  • Record profit wasn’t enough to pacify Amazon investors last week

    Record profit wasn’t enough to pacify Amazon investors last week

  • Alphabet’s third-quarter revenue misses by a fraction – share price declines

    Alphabet’s third-quarter revenue misses by a fraction – share price declines

  • Constellation Brands looks to sell wine portfolio for $3 billion

    Constellation Brands looks to sell wine portfolio for $3 billion

  • Grubhub smashes expectations, reports a record third quarter – but share price declines?

    Grubhub smashes expectations, reports a record third quarter – but share price declines?

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 is out – and it’s already being heralded as one of this era’s best ever video games

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is out – and it’s already being heralded as one of this era’s best ever video games

  • GlaxoSmithKline turns to COPD inhalers as Advair sales dry up

    GlaxoSmithKline turns to COPD inhalers as Advair sales dry up

  • Galaxy CEO: Q3 was a success despite typhoon

    Galaxy CEO: Q3 was a success despite typhoon

  • Visa shares rise on strong earnings that beat expectations

    Visa shares rise on strong earnings that beat expectations

  • Moncler: third quarter revenues rise by 18%, “very positive signs” in Q4

    Moncler: third quarter revenues rise by 18%, “very positive signs” in Q4

  • Alibaba mines huge data trove for consumer insights

    Alibaba mines huge data trove for consumer insights

  • US authorities say self-driving cars need better safety measurements

    US authorities say self-driving cars need better safety measurements

  • Kering beats the street thanks to Chinese consumers – and that’s good for luxury

    Kering beats the street thanks to Chinese consumers – and that’s good for luxury

  • India breaks record for number of unicorns produced in a year – even though it’s only October!

    India breaks record for number of unicorns produced in a year – even though it’s only October!

  • Netflix: we don’t advertise shows on a racial basis

    Netflix: we don’t advertise shows on a racial basis

  • Royal Caribbean looks to the future with millennial cruisers

    Royal Caribbean looks to the future with millennial cruisers

  • Domino’s expansion works for its delivery drivers – not against them

    Domino’s expansion works for its delivery drivers – not against them

  • Who says China and the US can’t get along? Baidu joins US-led AI group

    Who says China and the US can’t get along? Baidu joins US-led AI group

  • Radisson Hotels looks to drive growth with Ctrip partnership

    Radisson Hotels looks to drive growth with Ctrip partnership

  • Amadeus digs into deep pockets to acquire TravelClick

    Amadeus digs into deep pockets to acquire TravelClick

  • LVMH looks to entice a captive audience on the ocean

    LVMH looks to entice a captive audience on the ocean

  • Winemakers (and investors) rejoice: Bordeaux is on its way to a classic year

    Winemakers (and investors) rejoice: Bordeaux is on its way to a classic year

  • Spotify pushes personalisation into new territory with radio

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    Assa Abloy sees strong third quarter

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    Remy beats the street in second quarter, not worried about China and sticks to high profit forecast

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    PayPal share soar on good results and increased guidance

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    Half a billion in sales in just three days: Activision’s share price falls on ridiculous expectations

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    Amazon Prime’s US growth flattens – can it be replicated elsewhere?

  • October is ‘Go’ month for Red Dead Redemption 2 – here’s what that means

    October is ‘Go’ month for Red Dead Redemption 2 – here’s what that means

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    Google to start charging phone makers for access to European app store

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    Ferrari gets top rating from Bank of America

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    Grubhub’s CEO discusses what’s in store for the food delivery market

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    Netflix smashes expectations, share price soars

  • The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

    The sky’s the limit for Bombardier as demand for luxury planes increases

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    Les Journees Particulieres is bringing U.S. consumers inside some of the world’s biggest luxury brands

  • Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

    Global Payments extends reach into restaurant technology with SICOM Systems acquisition

  • Mastercard preaches optimism when it comes to UK market share

    Mastercard preaches optimism when it comes to UK market share

  • Amazon signals continued support for U.S. Defence Department

    Amazon signals continued support for U.S. Defence Department

  • Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

    Chr. Hansen reports solid growth and an acquisition

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    Online DNA testing firms are making everyone – not just their customers – identifiable online

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    PayPal looks to revolutionise personal finances in America with the help of Walmart

  • Samsonite’s ‘Kerala is Open’ ad campaign goes viral

    Samsonite’s ‘Kerala is Open’ ad campaign goes viral

  • Live Nation diversifies with a Clinton speaking tour

    Live Nation diversifies with a Clinton speaking tour

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    How are millennials eating? The demise of American cheese says it all

  • Ferrari bears reconsider their position after announcement of strategic plan

    Ferrari bears reconsider their position after announcement of strategic plan

  • Activision Blizzard share price rises on back of new Call of Duty launch

    Activision Blizzard share price rises on back of new Call of Duty launch

  • Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

    Extremists are ‘so over’ YouTube

  • Netflix swamped its platform with a record amount of original content in third quarter

    Netflix swamped its platform with a record amount of original content in third quarter

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    Adidas unveils new membership program

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    GoDaddy founder steps down from board

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    Hexagon AB expands in India, focuses on smart cities and acquisitions

  • Market Comment for October 2018

    Market Comment for October 2018

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    Why Xylem Inc. remains a solid play against the impending water crisis

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    LVMH: sales remain strong, but commentary sends the share price down

  • Amazon Web Services lands another $1 billion in deals

    Amazon Web Services lands another $1 billion in deals

  • Understanding Remo Ruffini’s Moncler transformation

    Understanding Remo Ruffini’s Moncler transformation

  • Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

    Givaudan impresses with 9-month results

  • Amazon is front-runner in huge Pentagon cloud-computing deal

    Amazon is front-runner in huge Pentagon cloud-computing deal

  • Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

    Wolters Kluwer partners with Numerated to bring “industry-leading” compliance to banks

  • World of Warcraft chief gets major promotion in Activision Blizzard top team reshuffle

    World of Warcraft chief gets major promotion in Activision Blizzard top team reshuffle

  • Estee Lauder takes the fight to breast cancer

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  • Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

    Bombardier’s biggest jet is ready to take to the skies

  • Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

    Cognizant announces Softvision acquisition

  • Amazon embarks on data-driven logistics pilot in Brazil using bullet-proof trucks

    Amazon embarks on data-driven logistics pilot in Brazil using bullet-proof trucks

  • The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

    The next big trend in healthcare? Speciality medicine for Asian patients

  • Gucci boss: slower growth is on the way, but we’re still nailing it

    Gucci boss: slower growth is on the way, but we’re still nailing it

  • Constellation Brands beats the Street on a beer boom

    Constellation Brands beats the Street on a beer boom

  • Tencent Music is a different type of streaming service

    Tencent Music is a different type of streaming service

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    Limited edition Ferrari Monzas already assigned to 499 ‘lucky’ clients

  • GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

    GlaxoSmithKline loosens restrictions on doctor payments

  • Take-Two CEO talks China

    Take-Two CEO talks China

  • Over 50% of global population now middle class

    Over 50% of global population now middle class

  • Amazon seeks to fend off critics with $15 minimum wage

    Amazon seeks to fend off critics with $15 minimum wage

  • What’s in H&M’s future? A concept store in Sweden could offer the answer

    What’s in H&M’s future? A concept store in Sweden could offer the answer

  • Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

    Eurofins expands U.S. environmental testing service with new acquisition

  • Economic Outlook for October 2018

    Economic Outlook for October 2018

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    Netflix looks to evolve storytelling with interactive Black Mirror episodes

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