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  • Activision Blizzard prepares for Call of Duty: WWII

    Activision Blizzard prepares for Call of Duty: WWII

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 18 October 2017

    In the world of computer games, which sees thousands of releases every year, how newsworthy is the launch of a single title? If that title is the next installment of Activision’s Call of Duty (CoD) franchise, then the answer is “extremely ...
  • Marriott wins big from Avendra purchase

    Marriott wins big from Avendra purchase

    Luxury, Wednesday, 18 October 2017

    The world’s largest luxury hotelier, Marriott International, saw its share price rise on Monday as news of an acquisition broke. While Marriott is neither buyer nor bought, the company is a majority shareholder in the latter. Food services company Aramark is ...
  • Facebook makes play for teens with latest acquisition

    Facebook makes play for teens with latest acquisition

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 18 October 2017

    Social media giant Facebook is acquiring anonymous friend-polling app TBH. TBH, which stands for To Be Honest, lets users anonymously answer questions about their friends. For example, the app might say “always has the best hair” and the user would ...
  • Eurofins expands food testing capabilities

    Eurofins expands food testing capabilities

    Managed, Wednesday, 18 October 2017

    Eurofins Scientific is already the global market leader in food testing services, but a recent acquisition has expanded its capabilities even further. The French laboratory group has successfully pursued growth through acquisition for years, and the latest company ...
  • As the rich get richer, luxury car sales are booming

    As the rich get richer, luxury car sales are booming

    Luxury, Tuesday, 17 October 2017

    It’s great news for luxury car companies, as an increasing number of high net worth individuals are spending their cash on Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Over the past five years, the number of people in the top bracket of wealth worldwide has risen drastically ...
  • Facebook’s plan for better political ad policing: national security clearance

    Facebook’s plan for better political ad policing: national security clearance

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 17 October 2017

    Social media market leader Facebook has a new plan to ensure it isn’t caught up in another scandal like the one that followed the last presidential election in the U.S. – to get national security clearance. Or, more specifically, to hire people with ...
  • Will the Chinese cosmetics market be luxury’s “next big thing”?

    Will the Chinese cosmetics market be luxury’s “next big thing”?

    Luxury, Tuesday, 17 October 2017

    International cosmetics companies face a tricky situation when it comes to China. While animal testing is frowned upon – or even banned – in many regions, it is mandatory in China. At least, it is mandatory for so-called “special use” ...
  • Big Pharma: Brexit bad for drugs

    Big Pharma: Brexit bad for drugs

    Managed, Tuesday, 17 October 2017

    In Britain, concerns about the future of Brexit are a big talking point. Earlier this month, Prime Minister Theresa May indicated that she still believed “no deal is better than a bad deal” and EU negotiator Michel Barnier said that discussions between ...
  • Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is on its way: prepare to be amazed

    Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is on its way: prepare to be amazed

    Luxury, Monday, 16 October 2017

    Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise liner, which will hit the water in April next year, will be the world’s largest boat by far: five times the size of the legendary Titanic. It will hold 2,774 staterooms on 16 guest decks – and that’s just the ...
  • Amazon enters the sportswear arena

    Amazon enters the sportswear arena

    Ecommerce, Monday, 16 October 2017

    Online retail giant Amazon is working with some of the world’s biggest athletic apparel suppliers to start creating its own private-label sportswear. The sportswear sector has its fair share of challenges at the moment, and Amazon is sure to shake it up ...
  • Just Eat’s acquisition of Hungry House moves closer

    Just Eat’s acquisition of Hungry House moves closer

    Managed, Monday, 16 October 2017

    Just Eat’s £200 million acquisition of rival Hungry house looks closer to completion as the deal has been provisionally cleared by regulators. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the UK had looked into the tie-up due to concerns that it could ...
  • Brown-Forman appoints new UK boss

    Brown-Forman appoints new UK boss

    Luxury, Monday, 16 October 2017

    Brown-Forman Corporation has announced the appointment of a new country manager for its second-largest region, the UK. Jeremy Shepherd will succeed Andrew Wilby (who is retiring) in the role from January 1, 2018. Shepherd, who will be based in London, will be part ...
  • Alibaba dedicates $15 billion to ‘Moonshots’

    Alibaba dedicates $15 billion to ‘Moonshots’

    Ecommerce, Friday, 13 October 2017

    Chinese Ecommerce giant Alibaba will “more than double” the research and development budget it uses to create next-gen technology. This means that, over the next three years, the company plans to spend $15 billion exploring ‘moonshot’ ...
  • Match Group has literally changed the world

    Match Group has literally changed the world

    Managed, Friday, 13 October 2017

    It might sound like hyperbole, but Match Group, the company behind online dating services like Match.com, Tinder and OkCupid, has changed the world. That, at least, is the message sent by a pair of researchers investigating online dating. They say that the way in ...
  • EA Games uses gamification to become better at business

    EA Games uses gamification to become better at business

    Ecommerce, Friday, 13 October 2017

    Perhaps it’s no surprise, but one of the world’s leading video game developers and publishers, Electronic Arts (EA), relies on gamification to make its business better. In an interview with Singularity University, the company’s vice president of ...
  • How Kering is making eyewear sustainable

    How Kering is making eyewear sustainable

    Luxury, Friday, 13 October 2017

    French luxury giant Kering is leading the charge towards ecological sustainability in the fashion world. Last month, the company was awarded coveted position as the world’s most sustainable luxury company by DJSI. This is widely seen as the industry’s ...
  • It’s official: the Ferrari SUV is happening

    It’s official: the Ferrari SUV is happening

    Luxury, Thursday, 12 October 2017

    This week, Sergio Marchionne has confirmed speculation that Ferrari will be making its first sports utility vehicle (just don’t call it an SUV!). Investors have been eager to see which way the company would turn ever since the possibility was floated earlier ...
  • Activision Blizzard gets esports right; other companies are getting it wrong

    Activision Blizzard gets esports right; other companies are getting it wrong

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 12 October 2017

    Esports is undoubtedly going to be a major force in the video games sector going forward – but we’re just at the start of it. And it’s notable that despite the critical mass building up behind the pastime, early forays into it have met with certain ...
  • New stores and online sales send Domino’s share price up 10%

    New stores and online sales send Domino’s share price up 10%

    Managed, Thursday, 12 October 2017

    Domino’s Pizza reported stellar results for its third quarter on Tuesday, sending its share price up by 10%. The company said that new stores and the addition of innovative and interesting items – like the bizarre sounding chocolate-covered pizza – ...
  • UN: urbanization is an opportunity and a threat for agriculture

    UN: urbanization is an opportunity and a threat for agriculture

    Managed, Thursday, 12 October 2017

    The increasing urbanization of the global population is putting more strain on poor nations’ food sources, according to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. The organization said that the movement into cities was changing people’s diets, ...
  • LVMH smashes analysts’ expectations

    LVMH smashes analysts’ expectations

    Luxury, Wednesday, 11 October 2017

    French luxury giant LVMH has just reported a fantastic set of quarterly figures. For the three months to Sept. 30, the company saw organic sales growth in its perfumes and cosmetics division rise by 17% - that’s almost double the 9% that analysts had expected ...
  • eBay offers world’s first “subconscious shopping experience”

    eBay offers world’s first “subconscious shopping experience”

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 11 October 2017

    Ecommerce giant eBay has joined forces with specialist retailer Saatchi Art to create an “experimental shopping experience” that fuses art and technology to “uncover shoppers’ subconscious desires.” For two days, the companies invited a ...
  • Givaudan beats on sales, share price jumps

    Givaudan beats on sales, share price jumps

    Managed, Wednesday, 11 October 2017

    Flavour and scent specialist Givaudan reported third quarter earnings for 2017 this week, painting a strong picture of the company and reiterating its targets for 2020. The company said that sales rose by 5.7% to 1.27 billion Swiss Francs ($1.3 billion). This easily ...
  • Anta Sports will sponsor 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing

    Anta Sports will sponsor 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing

    Luxury, Wednesday, 11 October 2017

    Chinese sporting apparel and equipment maker, Anta Sports, has been named as the fourth domestic sponsor of the upcoming Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing. The games will take place in 2022, giving the company plenty of time to get its designs right! ...
  • Amazon: retailer, entertainer, cloud-host… drug dealer?

    Amazon: retailer, entertainer, cloud-host… drug dealer?

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 10 October 2017

    If two analysts from Leerink Partners are to be believed, Ecommerce giant Amazon is about to start selling drugs. Prescription drugs, that is, in a move that will put serious pressure on other names in the space. The move will add yet another product category to the ...
  • Ferrari: neither electric, nor self-driving

    Ferrari: neither electric, nor self-driving

    Luxury, Tuesday, 10 October 2017

    If it seems like all the world’s automakers, governments, and drivers are eager to embrace autonomous driving and electrification, you haven’t been looking at a high enough price point. Ferrari is dead against designing a fully autonomous, fully ...
  • Cartier at 170 – the perfect marriage of timeless and timely

    Cartier at 170 – the perfect marriage of timeless and timely

    Luxury, Tuesday, 10 October 2017

    Cartier has been creating watches and jewelry for 170 years, and somehow manages to remain both innovative and true to its classical style of design. This year, that’s clearer than ever as the brand has partnered with online fashion giant Yoox Net-a-Porter ...
  • Alphabet’s Project Loon to deliver internet to Puerto Rico

    Alphabet’s Project Loon to deliver internet to Puerto Rico

    Managed, Tuesday, 10 October 2017

    The Federal Communications Commission has granted Alphabet’s Project Loon an experimental license to operate in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to help the islands regain connectivity following recent natural disasters. The license is already in ...
  • Payment providers stick together for global expansion

    Payment providers stick together for global expansion

    Ecommerce, Monday, 09 October 2017

    MasterCard and PayPal, two payment providers at the center of the cashless revolution, have extended their longstanding partnership into Europe, Canada, Latin America and Caribbean, and the Middle East and Africa. The companies believe that working together will ...
  • Will Chinese highways be completely electric by 2030?

    Will Chinese highways be completely electric by 2030?

    Managed, Monday, 09 October 2017

    Wang Chuanfu, chairman of Chinese automaker BYD Co. Ltd. has said that he expects all cars in China to be electric by 2030. This is an aggressive prediction: it amounts to moving an entire automotive sector onto a whole new type of energy in a little over 12 years. ...

Latest News

  • Activision Blizzard prepares for Call of Duty: WWII

    Activision Blizzard prepares for Call of Duty: WWII

  • Marriott wins big from Avendra purchase

    Marriott wins big from Avendra purchase

  • Facebook makes play for teens with latest acquisition

    Facebook makes play for teens with latest acquisition

  • Eurofins expands food testing capabilities

    Eurofins expands food testing capabilities

  • As the rich get richer, luxury car sales are booming

    As the rich get richer, luxury car sales are booming

  • Facebook’s plan for better political ad policing: national security clearance

    Facebook’s plan for better political ad policing: national security clearance

  • Will the Chinese cosmetics market be luxury’s “next big thing”?

    Will the Chinese cosmetics market be luxury’s “next big thing”?

  • Big Pharma: Brexit bad for drugs

    Big Pharma: Brexit bad for drugs

  • Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is on its way: prepare to be amazed

    Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is on its way: prepare to be amazed

  • Amazon enters the sportswear arena

    Amazon enters the sportswear arena

  • Just Eat’s acquisition of Hungry House moves closer

    Just Eat’s acquisition of Hungry House moves closer

  • Brown-Forman appoints new UK boss

    Brown-Forman appoints new UK boss

  • Alibaba dedicates $15 billion to ‘Moonshots’

    Alibaba dedicates $15 billion to ‘Moonshots’

  • Match Group has literally changed the world

    Match Group has literally changed the world

  • EA Games uses gamification to become better at business

    EA Games uses gamification to become better at business

  • How Kering is making eyewear sustainable

    How Kering is making eyewear sustainable

  • It’s official: the Ferrari SUV is happening

    It’s official: the Ferrari SUV is happening

  • Activision Blizzard gets esports right; other companies are getting it wrong

    Activision Blizzard gets esports right; other companies are getting it wrong

  • New stores and online sales send Domino’s share price up 10%

    New stores and online sales send Domino’s share price up 10%

  • UN: urbanization is an opportunity and a threat for agriculture

    UN: urbanization is an opportunity and a threat for agriculture

  • LVMH smashes analysts’ expectations

    LVMH smashes analysts’ expectations

  • eBay offers world’s first “subconscious shopping experience”

    eBay offers world’s first “subconscious shopping experience”

  • Givaudan beats on sales, share price jumps

    Givaudan beats on sales, share price jumps

  • Anta Sports will sponsor 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing

    Anta Sports will sponsor 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing

  • Amazon: retailer, entertainer, cloud-host… drug dealer?

    Amazon: retailer, entertainer, cloud-host… drug dealer?

  • Ferrari: neither electric, nor self-driving

    Ferrari: neither electric, nor self-driving

  • Cartier at 170 – the perfect marriage of timeless and timely

    Cartier at 170 – the perfect marriage of timeless and timely

  • Alphabet’s Project Loon to deliver internet to Puerto Rico

    Alphabet’s Project Loon to deliver internet to Puerto Rico

  • Payment providers stick together for global expansion

    Payment providers stick together for global expansion

  • Will Chinese highways be completely electric by 2030?

    Will Chinese highways be completely electric by 2030?

  • Tencent is on the lookout for Indian start-ups

    Tencent is on the lookout for Indian start-ups

  • H&M pledge more transparency ahead of capital markets day

    H&M pledge more transparency ahead of capital markets day

  • Novartis pushes for new pricing strategy in Japan

    Novartis pushes for new pricing strategy in Japan

  • Amazon begins testing in-house delivery service

    Amazon begins testing in-house delivery service

  • Live Nation buys United Concerts

    Live Nation buys United Concerts

  • Hexagon AB acquires Kronion

    Hexagon AB acquires Kronion

  • Google, Siri, Bing, sit an IQ test – only one’s a brain box

    Google, Siri, Bing, sit an IQ test – only one’s a brain box

  • Burberry looks to Coty to bolster beauty business

    Burberry looks to Coty to bolster beauty business

  • Tetra Tech acquires Glumac, boosts “high end sustainable infrastructure design” capacity

    Tetra Tech acquires Glumac, boosts “high end sustainable infrastructure design” capacity

  • How Tiffany & Co. conquered mobile

    How Tiffany & Co. conquered mobile

  • PayPal CEO: it’s expensive being poor

    PayPal CEO: it’s expensive being poor

  • Inditex sees “robust” first half of 2017

    Inditex sees “robust” first half of 2017

  • Zuckerberg makes public apology for Facebook’s divisiveness

    Zuckerberg makes public apology for Facebook’s divisiveness

  • Novartis recruits celebrities to help in fight against breast cancer

    Novartis recruits celebrities to help in fight against breast cancer

  • China’s luxury market returns to form

    China’s luxury market returns to form

  • Google plays nice with publishers, ditches “first click free” policy

    Google plays nice with publishers, ditches “first click free” policy

  • Macau tops estimates as Golden Week begins

    Macau tops estimates as Golden Week begins

  • Delphi rebrands autonomous driving business ‘Aptiv’

    Delphi rebrands autonomous driving business ‘Aptiv’

  • Economic Outlook for October

    Economic Outlook for October

  • Google, Amazon and Facebook: the future of wealth management?

    Google, Amazon and Facebook: the future of wealth management?

  • Nike’s ‘direct-to-customer’ strategy is taking shape

    Nike’s ‘direct-to-customer’ strategy is taking shape

  • Potential L’Oreal sale closely watched by French authorities

    Potential L’Oreal sale closely watched by French authorities

  • Nike: booming China makes up for lackluster U.S.

    Nike: booming China makes up for lackluster U.S.

  • Activision Blizzard plans to make LA an eSports destination

    Activision Blizzard plans to make LA an eSports destination

  • Carnival Cruises ahead on earnings beat

    Carnival Cruises ahead on earnings beat

  • Lindt digs deeper to capture travel spend

    Lindt digs deeper to capture travel spend

  • Google to pacify EU by creating shopping service unit to bid fairly on ad space

    Google to pacify EU by creating shopping service unit to bid fairly on ad space

  • Ctrip and Alibaba collaborating over ‘gastronome economy’

    Ctrip and Alibaba collaborating over ‘gastronome economy’

  • Pandora looks to stimulate sales with 3 for 2 sale on charm beads

    Pandora looks to stimulate sales with 3 for 2 sale on charm beads

  • ViaSat and Boeing begin construction of ViaSat 3 satellites

    ViaSat and Boeing begin construction of ViaSat 3 satellites

  • India’s great 21st century challenge: hygiene and sanitation

    India’s great 21st century challenge: hygiene and sanitation

  • Burberry’s big advantage: artificial intelligence and big data

    Burberry’s big advantage: artificial intelligence and big data

  • Tencent looks to licensing for revenue boost

    Tencent looks to licensing for revenue boost

  • Brown-Forman Cooperage to undergo $45 million modernization

    Brown-Forman Cooperage to undergo $45 million modernization

  • Amazon looks for more in-roads into India

    Amazon looks for more in-roads into India

  • Richemont shakes things up at the top

    Richemont shakes things up at the top

  • Visa & MasterCard: Equifax hacked – 200k credit cards could be compromised

    Visa & MasterCard: Equifax hacked – 200k credit cards could be compromised

  • World’s largest catering group gets new boss

    World’s largest catering group gets new boss

  • Facebook to overhaul political advertising

    Facebook to overhaul political advertising

  • Tiffany & Co. appoint Ralph Lauren veteran as chairman

    Tiffany & Co. appoint Ralph Lauren veteran as chairman

  • Xylem Inc.: “No one should face a hurricane alone”

    Xylem Inc.: “No one should face a hurricane alone”

  • Yoox Net-a-Porter becomes one of Whatsapp’s first business partners

    Yoox Net-a-Porter becomes one of Whatsapp’s first business partners

  • Baidu looks to close self-driving car distance with new fund

    Baidu looks to close self-driving car distance with new fund

  • Selena Gomez announces fashion collaboration with Puma

    Selena Gomez announces fashion collaboration with Puma

  • PayPal invests in “world’s largest gift card marketplace”

    PayPal invests in “world’s largest gift card marketplace”

  • Zalando pushes for start-ups with collaborative platform

    Zalando pushes for start-ups with collaborative platform

  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter USD

  • Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

    Managed 5th Anniversary Newsletter EUR

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

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

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

    Kering retains spot as most sustainable luxury company in the world

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

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

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

    Fancy a free ‘premium’ pizza? Read on…

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

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

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

    Alibaba set to invest $150 million in Best Inc.

  • Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

    Expedia sets sights on new global ambitions

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

    Cognizant looks for “5–10 deals a year”

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

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

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

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

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

    Facebook is into cars but has no plans to build one

  • A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

    A closer look at Novartis’ new CEO

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

    Givaudan Active Beauty launches educational app

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

    Ctrip signs “strategic cooperation” agreement with Israeli tourism bureau

  • Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

    Brown-Forman launches interactive website for sole wine brand

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

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

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

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

  • Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

    Modern politics makes Facebook’s huge influence obvious

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

    Tinder’s latest ad campaign involves ‘Blunt’ putdowns

  • Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

    Asia drives growth at Richemont, according to recent figures

  • Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

    Hexagon to showcase solutions for automotive and aerospace industries

  • Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

    Last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta sells for $10 million

  • Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

    Alphabet’s AI takes up troll hunting

  • Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

    Stockholm Junior Water Prize awarded for contaminant-killer

  • Just Eat has the X Factor

    Just Eat has the X Factor

  • Markets breathe a sigh of relief as world calms

    Markets breathe a sigh of relief as world calms

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

    Tiffany & Co. launches first new fragrance in fourteen years

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

    China joins the “no more fossil fuel cars” club

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

    MasterCard share price hits new high on back of positive guidance

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

    Take Two Interactive reveal plans to re-release 2011 blockbuster

  • Kering and LVMH take a stand for models’ health

    Kering and LVMH take a stand for models’ health

  • Amazon hunts for second HQ – everyone’s interested

    Amazon hunts for second HQ – everyone’s interested

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires Dermatest

    Eurofins Scientific acquires Dermatest

  • ECB: QE continues, euro a concern

    ECB: QE continues, euro a concern

  • Alibaba to open physical mall in China

    Alibaba to open physical mall in China

  • L’Oreal searches for a few good men

    L’Oreal searches for a few good men

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

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

  • Marriott eyes up Cuba as potential growth market

    Marriott eyes up Cuba as potential growth market

  • EBay uses social platforms to pick up image in UK

    EBay uses social platforms to pick up image in UK

  • Delphi Automotive partners with Innoviz to solve driverless tech

    Delphi Automotive partners with Innoviz to solve driverless tech

  • Sri Lankan authorities give Dufry the go-ahead

    Sri Lankan authorities give Dufry the go-ahead

  • LVMH to open Parisian… theme park?

    LVMH to open Parisian… theme park?

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

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

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

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

  • Irma joins Harvey in weather catastrophe crossover

    Irma joins Harvey in weather catastrophe crossover

  • PayPal issues cash-back MasterCard

    PayPal issues cash-back MasterCard

  • Enter the affordable-ish Ferrari

    Enter the affordable-ish Ferrari

  • Alphabet continues corporate restructure

    Alphabet continues corporate restructure

  • Novartis CEO makes surprise exit

    Novartis CEO makes surprise exit

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

    Swiss watches climbed in July – pricier timepieces lead the way

  • Tinder now worth $3 billion

    Tinder now worth $3 billion

  • Givaudan wants to make your dreams delicious

    Givaudan wants to make your dreams delicious

  • Barracuda Networks leads battle against new ransomware campaign

    Barracuda Networks leads battle against new ransomware campaign

  • Economic Outlook for September

    Economic Outlook for September

  • Alphabet enters lower price point to boost Nest sales

    Alphabet enters lower price point to boost Nest sales

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

    Burberry pays homage to British portrait photography at old London courthouse

  • Amadeus brings automated airports to Azerbaijan

    Amadeus brings automated airports to Azerbaijan

  • Hurricane Harvey hammers home risks of climate change

    Hurricane Harvey hammers home risks of climate change

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

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

  • Eurofins sees solid first half of 2017

    Eurofins sees solid first half of 2017

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

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

  • North Korea’s missile hits markets

    North Korea’s missile hits markets

  • Samsonite outperforms in first half

    Samsonite outperforms in first half

  • Tiffany & Co. report sparkling results for last quarter

    Tiffany & Co. report sparkling results for last quarter

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

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

  • Alphabet builds tomorrow’s tech in fantasyland

    Alphabet builds tomorrow’s tech in fantasyland

  • Activision Blizzard releases Call of Duty WW2 beta

    Activision Blizzard releases Call of Duty WW2 beta

  • Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club

    Perth joins the Lindt chocolate shop club

  • Assa Abloy pushes further into India with latest acquisition

    Assa Abloy pushes further into India with latest acquisition

  • PVH Corp. beats its own guidance in Q2

    PVH Corp. beats its own guidance in Q2

  • Amazon Fresh now available to business customers

    Amazon Fresh now available to business customers

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

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

  • Expedia wants to help you track down the Yeti

    Expedia wants to help you track down the Yeti

  • Draghi urges open-mindedness at central banks

    Draghi urges open-mindedness at central banks

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

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

  • Richemont reorganizes in an effort to rejuvenate businesses

    Richemont reorganizes in an effort to rejuvenate businesses

  • WPP sees profit grow, but downgrades forecast for 2017

    WPP sees profit grow, but downgrades forecast for 2017

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

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

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

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

  • Google’s sweet new operating system gets a name

    Google’s sweet new operating system gets a name

  • Carnival Corp is saving the world ahead of schedule

    Carnival Corp is saving the world ahead of schedule

  • Facebook in China? Not exactly

    Facebook in China? Not exactly

  • Denim’s back – great news for Nike?

    Denim’s back – great news for Nike?

  • Eurofins expanding into Japanese market

    Eurofins expanding into Japanese market

  • Givaudan to partner with IMCD for Western European distribution

    Givaudan to partner with IMCD for Western European distribution

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

    Is Activision becoming the Disney of the 21st Century?

  • Could a new Dino push Ferrari into pole position?

    Could a new Dino push Ferrari into pole position?

  • Zalando sees investment as the route to success

    Zalando sees investment as the route to success

  • H&M bucks trends: upmarket, slow fashion

    H&M bucks trends: upmarket, slow fashion

  • Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

    Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

  • Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

    Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

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

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

  • Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

    Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

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    Has Tinder made online dating cool?

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