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

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

    Ecommerce, Monday, 24 July 2017

    According to the Chinese State Council’s latest development plan, the country plans to make artificial intelligence (AI) a “new, important” driver of economic expansion by 2020. On Thursday, the cabinet announced that it sees China becoming a ...
  • H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

    H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

    Luxury, Monday, 24 July 2017

    Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) reported that June’s sales were up 7% from the same month a year ago. That’s in local currencies – converted back into Swedish Kronor, the month’s sales rose by 10%. In June 2016, they ...
  • Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

    Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

    Ecommerce, Monday, 24 July 2017

    Amazon has filed to trademark the phrase “We do the prep. You be the chef” implying that the ecommerce titan is planning to push further into its customers’ kitchens. The company appears to be planning to “become a key player” in the ...
  • Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

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

    Managed, Monday, 24 July 2017

    Live Nation is the world’s leading live entertainment company, so you might be surprised to hear that it’s behind the documentary that currently holds top spot on iTunes. Produced with and about Sean ‘Diddy’ Coombes (the rapper and music ...
  • Facebook to start monetizing news

    Facebook to start monetizing news

    Managed, Friday, 21 July 2017

    In an answer to big media companies that recently complained Facebook’s ‘instant articles’ were failing to boost their bottom lines, the social media giant will look to monetize its news offering. The company’s head of news partnerships, ...
  • Puma picks up the pace with yet another forecast update for 2017

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

    Luxury, Friday, 21 July 2017

    German sporting goods maker Puma has increased its full year forecast for the second time in three months, sending a strong message about the brand’s turnaround this year. Puma now expects a larger jump in sales and profit for full year 2017. It says that ...
  • Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

    Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

    Ecommerce, Friday, 21 July 2017

    Amadeus IT, the company that provides the back end information technology capability of the overwhelming majority of players in the online travel space, has released a report on the future of the travel industry. The report, designed to help the industry ...
  • Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

    Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

    Luxury, Friday, 21 July 2017

    Last month, global premium spirits seller Rémy Cointreau said that China was driving sales of its key brands, particularly cognac. This month, we have discovered how much by. The company has released their first quarter earnings for the fiscal year, showing a ...
  • ANTA Sports Products collaborates with the Economist to uncover what drives China’s athletic apparel sales

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

    Luxury, Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Leading Chinese sportswear brand ANTA Sports Products Limited (ANTA) has collaborated with The Economist to produce a report that gets to the heart of China’s growing athletic apparel and sportswear market. The report’s headline finding is that ...
  • Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

    Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 20 July 2017

    The Millennial generation is still a headline grabber for its adoption of new technologies and media behavior habits. But the generation just below it – Generation Z, or ‘Boomlets’ – takes those trends even further. Generation Z is just ...
  • Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

    Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

    Luxury, Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Saint Laurent is luxury powerhouse Kering’s second biggest brand, exceeded only by Gucci. And the company is hoping to double revenue at the fashion house, and hit $2.2 billion in sales, by 2021. Key to Kering’s plans are Millennial women, who are ...
  • Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

    Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

    Managed, Thursday, 20 July 2017

    Novartis reported second quarter earnings for the year last week, showing a decline in revenue as patents expired on one of its cancer-fighting drugs (Gleevec). This decline was in-line with analysts’ expectations: what wasn’t was a 10% rise in net ...
  •  Lloyd’s estimates global cyber attack could cost $121.4 billion

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

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    Lloyd’s of London has estimated that an extreme global cyber attack could result in damages of as much as $121.4 billion. That’s comparable to the economic hit caused by extreme weather events like Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Lloyd’s new report ...
  • Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

    Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    A new study from researchers at Oxford University’s Computational Propaganda Research Project suggests that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are being used to steer public opinion, spread disinformation, and undermine critics. And this behavior is ...
  • LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

    LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

    Luxury, Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    Luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) is hoping to guarantee a strong skills pool when it comes to leather-goods artisans in the future. The company’s Institut des Métiers d’Excellence (IME) and Italian fashion and design ...
  • Xylem Inc.: it’s time to rebuild America’s water infrastructure

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

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 July 2017

    In a recent article posted to its Impeller Magazine, global water technology company Xylem Inc. has made a strong case for the need to replace substantial amounts of the U.S.’s water infrastructure. According to the company, this is now a critical situation. ...
  • Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

    Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    One of the world’s premier video game companies, Activision Blizzard, has announced that it will create a professional eSports league around its popular title Overwatch. Overwatch is a “first-person shooter” – meaning it puts players in ...
  • ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

    ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

    Luxury, Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    ClubCorp, the leading name in professional club management, has agreed to a $1.1 billion acquisition. The move comes less than a year after activist investor FrontFour Capital urged the company to consider “any and all strategic alternatives” including a ...
  • China moves slowly on smart speakers

    China moves slowly on smart speakers

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    The U.S. is awash with smart speakers as big tech companies like Amazon and Google compete to become the organizer of their customers’ lives. But China, quick to adopt Ecommerce and with its own booming tech sector, does not seem to be following suit. The ...
  • Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

    Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

    Managed, Tuesday, 18 July 2017

    Global Payments Inc., a leading provider of payment technology services worldwide, is partnering with CaixaBank, Visa, Samsung and Arval, to create a Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona. This hub will be amongst the first such body established, and will bring ...
  • Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

    Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

    Ecommerce, Monday, 17 July 2017

    Facebook has found another place to sell advertising space, and it could be a hugely lucrative move. The company has its own “craigslist-style” selling area, Marketplace, which has the potential to host targeted ads within a sales-focused platform. For ...
  • Starbucks puts coffee on tap

    Starbucks puts coffee on tap

    Luxury, Monday, 17 July 2017

    Starbucks is looking to combat slowing U.S. sales growth and make headway in an increasingly saturated coffee market with a novel new product: coffee on tap. This new coffee will be cold – nitrogen-infused cold – and resemble a pint of Guinness rather ...
  • Google lets Dandelion go free

    Google lets Dandelion go free

    Ecommerce, Monday, 17 July 2017

    Google’s geothermal energy startup, Dandelion, is going its own way. Until now, the company has existed as a division of Alphabet’s moonshot accelerator X, despite the fact that its parent company has kept tight-lipped about it. According to the ...
  • WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

    WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

    Managed, Monday, 17 July 2017

    WPP is the world’s biggest advertising agency – but it’s based in Britain, and the company’s boss, Sir Martin Sorrell, is worried about the effects of Brexit. As a result, he’s ben looking for companies in Western Europe that WPP can ...
  • When it comes to the digital world, does size matter?

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

    Ecommerce, Friday, 14 July 2017

    Recent research carried out by Tufts University and MasterCard Inc. suggests that larger economies are falling behind smaller and more nimble nations – at least, in regards to digitization. According to a digital economy ranking produced by the researchers, ...
  • Burberry sees stellar sales in China

    Burberry sees stellar sales in China

    Luxury, Friday, 14 July 2017

    British fashion house Burberry has reported strong sales increases over the last three months, pushed in large part by an increase in demand in China. The company reported a 4% increase in like-for-like sales, but claimed that China saw sales growth in the ...
  • Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

    Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

    Managed, Friday, 14 July 2017

    Online takeaway ordering platform Just Eat has issued warnings that there aren’t enough curry chefs in Britain. Claiming that restaurants were closing due to the shortage, the company called on the UK government to loosen immigration rules and improve training ...
  • Live Nation Switzerland acquires Europe’s leading hip-hop event

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

    Luxury, Friday, 14 July 2017

    Global live-event market leader Live Nation has acquired a majority stake in Openair Frauenfeld, Europe’s biggest hip-hop festival. The gathering is also one of Switzerland’s biggest festivals, and started its life as a rock and pop festival. It’s ...
  • Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

    Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

    All News, Thursday, 13 July 2017

    In a written testimony to lawmakers yesterday, Federal Reserve (FED) chairperson Janet Yellen used subtly different language that suggests she is more concerned over recent “softness” in inflation than she was a month ago. She noted declines in ...
  • LVMH hopes to take a bite out of Apple’s business

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

    Luxury, Thursday, 13 July 2017

    Luxury giant LVMH is planning to release its own smartwatch, in a move that may signal increasing convergence between technological and luxury trends. The company will also be hoping to steal some of the limelight from Apple Watch, which might be best thought of as ...

Latest News

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

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

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

    H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

  • Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

    Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

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

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

  • Facebook to start monetizing news

    Facebook to start monetizing news

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

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

  • Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

    Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

  • Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

    Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

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

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

  • Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

    Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

  • Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

    Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

  • Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

    Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

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

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

  • Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

    Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

  • LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

    LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

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

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

  • Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

    Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

  • ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

    ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

  • China moves slowly on smart speakers

    China moves slowly on smart speakers

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

    Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

  • Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

    Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

  • Starbucks puts coffee on tap

    Starbucks puts coffee on tap

  • Google lets Dandelion go free

    Google lets Dandelion go free

  • WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

    WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

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

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

  • Burberry sees stellar sales in China

    Burberry sees stellar sales in China

  • Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

    Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

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

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

  • Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

    Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

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

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

  • Amazon Prime so popular it cost U.S. $10 billion last Tuesday?

    Amazon Prime so popular it cost U.S. $10 billion last Tuesday?

  • Givaudan digs deep for dairy: acquires Vika

    Givaudan digs deep for dairy: acquires Vika

  • Raymond James: Nike’s Instagram deal could send share price up 20%

    Raymond James: Nike’s Instagram deal could send share price up 20%

  • Starbucks embraces the rainbow for Pride

    Starbucks embraces the rainbow for Pride

  • MasterCard has its sights set on Africa

    MasterCard has its sights set on Africa

  • Eurofins acquires Amatsigroup, furthers biopharmaceuticals lead

    Eurofins acquires Amatsigroup, furthers biopharmaceuticals lead

  • Video games forecast to grow 7.7% this year, hit $130 billion by 2020

    Video games forecast to grow 7.7% this year, hit $130 billion by 2020

  • L’Oreal’s incredible long-term growth story

    L’Oreal’s incredible long-term growth story

  • Volatile weather “new normal” in world beset by global warming

    Volatile weather “new normal” in world beset by global warming

  • Can Amazon Prime become more popular than cable TV?

    Can Amazon Prime become more popular than cable TV?

  • Tencent bringing Honour of Kings to the west

    Tencent bringing Honour of Kings to the west

  • What makes Ulta Beauty more attractive than its rivals?

    What makes Ulta Beauty more attractive than its rivals?

  • Just Eat finds new CEO: former Moneysupermarket boss

    Just Eat finds new CEO: former Moneysupermarket boss

  • Barracuda Networks teams with CMS to expand operation in UK

    Barracuda Networks teams with CMS to expand operation in UK

  • Google’s DeepMind finds way around academic brain drain

    Google’s DeepMind finds way around academic brain drain

  • France to ban all petrol and diesel cars by 2040

    France to ban all petrol and diesel cars by 2040

  • Is “50 to 75” the new “18 to 30”?

    Is “50 to 75” the new “18 to 30”?

  • Zalando forms JV with Bestseller to own FashionTrade.com

    Zalando forms JV with Bestseller to own FashionTrade.com

  • Big pharma battles the bulge – but where’s the profit?

    Big pharma battles the bulge – but where’s the profit?

  • Domino’s continues to deliver pizza with a tech edge

    Domino’s continues to deliver pizza with a tech edge

  • Are Visa and MasterCard looking to Denmark for possible acquisition?

    Are Visa and MasterCard looking to Denmark for possible acquisition?

  • Burberry welcomes new CEO

    Burberry welcomes new CEO

  • China questions “addictiveness” of top Tencent game

    China questions “addictiveness” of top Tencent game

  • Starbucks reiterates premium focus with historic Kyoto café

    Starbucks reiterates premium focus with historic Kyoto café

  • China keeps tight reins on internet access

    China keeps tight reins on internet access

  • Pandora’s plans for US retail

    Pandora’s plans for US retail

  • Can artificial intelligence grow China’s economy by 26% to 2030?

    Can artificial intelligence grow China’s economy by 26% to 2030?

  • Nike looks to social media for fashion sales

    Nike looks to social media for fashion sales

  • Antitrust authorities eye up Facebook

    Antitrust authorities eye up Facebook

  • Assa Abloy acquires Atlantic Door Control

    Assa Abloy acquires Atlantic Door Control

  • Economic Outlook for July 2017

    Economic Outlook for July 2017

  • Nike beats the street, confirms Amazon deal

    Nike beats the street, confirms Amazon deal

  • H&M sees surprise profit rise

    H&M sees surprise profit rise

  • Novartis signs deal with Vectura to deliver generic U.S. lung therapy

    Novartis signs deal with Vectura to deliver generic U.S. lung therapy

  • Can Amazon become the number one digital advertising player?

    Can Amazon become the number one digital advertising player?

  • Earth has three years to reduce causes of global warming

    Earth has three years to reduce causes of global warming

  • Essilor’s CEO talks Luxottica deal

    Essilor’s CEO talks Luxottica deal

  • World reels from second groundbreaking hack of the year

    World reels from second groundbreaking hack of the year

  • Amazon and Google go to war over smart homes

    Amazon and Google go to war over smart homes

  • Live Nation spends $2 million on ‘pop-up’ events

    Live Nation spends $2 million on ‘pop-up’ events

  • Tencent’s freemium model sets it apart, and still has room to grow

    Tencent’s freemium model sets it apart, and still has room to grow

  • ViaSat’s share price ‘rockets’ on back of successful launch

    ViaSat’s share price ‘rockets’ on back of successful launch

  • FedEx smashes analysts’ expectations

    FedEx smashes analysts’ expectations

  • Mandarin Oriental continues to realise value from real estate

    Mandarin Oriental continues to realise value from real estate

  • Starbucks focuses on food

    Starbucks focuses on food

  • Tiffany makes play for female empowerment with HardWear collection

    Tiffany makes play for female empowerment with HardWear collection

  • WPP CEO talks Silicon Valley, Brexit, and branding

    WPP CEO talks Silicon Valley, Brexit, and branding

  • Competitive video gaming passing major milestones

    Competitive video gaming passing major milestones

  • JD.com wants to bring luxury e-tail to the east

    JD.com wants to bring luxury e-tail to the east

  • The secret to Ulta Beauty’s success? Omnichannel done right!

    The secret to Ulta Beauty’s success? Omnichannel done right!

  • Could climate change dent productivity?

    Could climate change dent productivity?

  • Is Nike about to sell directly on Amazon?

    Is Nike about to sell directly on Amazon?

  • What you need to know about Activision Blizzard’s E3

    What you need to know about Activision Blizzard’s E3

  • Potential sale sends Hexagon higher

    Potential sale sends Hexagon higher

  • Delphi could be just what Intel needs

    Delphi could be just what Intel needs

  • Brown Forman celebrates Early Times bourbon with “special expression”

    Brown Forman celebrates Early Times bourbon with “special expression”

  • Xylem’s 2016 sustainability report published

    Xylem’s 2016 sustainability report published

  • Ctrip enters partnership with Melia Hotels

    Ctrip enters partnership with Melia Hotels

  • Millennials exert their influence on luxury market

    Millennials exert their influence on luxury market

  • Could the Internet of Things propel Skyworks even higher?

    Could the Internet of Things propel Skyworks even higher?

  • Is Trump tough on Big Pharma? No way!

    Is Trump tough on Big Pharma? No way!

  • TripAdvisor returns to TV

    TripAdvisor returns to TV

  • Alibaba looks to U.S. small businesses to trade online

    Alibaba looks to U.S. small businesses to trade online

  • Carnival Cruise Line updates HUB app with more great features

    Carnival Cruise Line updates HUB app with more great features

  • Will media companies turn on Facebook?

    Will media companies turn on Facebook?

  • LVMH CEO fears ‘scary’ global crisis – but long-term optimist

    LVMH CEO fears ‘scary’ global crisis – but long-term optimist

  • PayPal’s Dan Schulman on the company’s future

    PayPal’s Dan Schulman on the company’s future

  • Google outlines plans to suppress terrorist propaganda

    Google outlines plans to suppress terrorist propaganda

  • Fast fashion is speeding up

    Fast fashion is speeding up

  • Cognizant Technology Solutions to acquire TMG Health

    Cognizant Technology Solutions to acquire TMG Health

  • Amazon buys Whole Foods for $13.7 billion

    Amazon buys Whole Foods for $13.7 billion

  • Nike experimenting with ‘local’ theme

    Nike experimenting with ‘local’ theme

  • EA is so pleased with progress, boss sees 19% rise in compensation

    EA is so pleased with progress, boss sees 19% rise in compensation

  • Wolters Kluwer makes play for trade secrets legal business

    Wolters Kluwer makes play for trade secrets legal business

  • Alphabet joins the pharmaceutical industry?

    Alphabet joins the pharmaceutical industry?

  • Inditex sees profits rise by 18% in first quarter

    Inditex sees profits rise by 18% in first quarter

  • MasterCard’s innovative approach to travel

    MasterCard’s innovative approach to travel

  • Is L’Oreal selling The Body Shop?

    Is L’Oreal selling The Body Shop?

  • FED goes ahead with rates hike – one more planned for later this year

    FED goes ahead with rates hike – one more planned for later this year

  • Mcommerce will drive AI uptick in retail

    Mcommerce will drive AI uptick in retail

  • Historic exhibition charts Caterpillar’s transformation into an iconic brand

    Historic exhibition charts Caterpillar’s transformation into an iconic brand

  • Pandora’s President of the Americas talks retail

    Pandora’s President of the Americas talks retail

  • Luxury is picking up digital pace in 2017

    Luxury is picking up digital pace in 2017

  • Can Amazon motor past the competition and innovate car buying?

    Can Amazon motor past the competition and innovate car buying?

  • Florida sees success with water reuse test

    Florida sees success with water reuse test

  • JD.com drones on impressively

    JD.com drones on impressively

  • Is Taiwan about to become agriculture’s Silicon Valley?

    Is Taiwan about to become agriculture’s Silicon Valley?

  • Novartis: how to price a groundbreaking new treatment?

    Novartis: how to price a groundbreaking new treatment?

  • Are any retailers safe from Ecommerce?

    Are any retailers safe from Ecommerce?

  • Luxury retail still has winners – if you pick wisely

    Luxury retail still has winners – if you pick wisely

  • Conservatives win UK election… barely

    Conservatives win UK election… barely

  • Luxury sector comes out of its ‘blue period’

    Luxury sector comes out of its ‘blue period’

  • Watch out Walmart – Amazon’s feeling charitable

    Watch out Walmart – Amazon’s feeling charitable

  • Remy Cointreau advances thanks to Chinese thirst

    Remy Cointreau advances thanks to Chinese thirst

  • Demographics put India in front of China – one day

    Demographics put India in front of China – one day

  • Take-Two Interactive looks to a quirky property for acquisition

    Take-Two Interactive looks to a quirky property for acquisition

  • Brown Forman reports strong underlying growth for full year

    Brown Forman reports strong underlying growth for full year

  • Assa Abloy using mobile showroom for urban offerings

    Assa Abloy using mobile showroom for urban offerings

  • Good morning Super Thursday!

    Good morning Super Thursday!

  • Are watches and luxury outperforming in 2017?

    Are watches and luxury outperforming in 2017?

  • Tencent is top in the Chinese mobile world

    Tencent is top in the Chinese mobile world

  • UN: 25% of population will lack clean water by 2050

    UN: 25% of population will lack clean water by 2050

  • LVMH looks to transform selling luxury into an online experience

    LVMH looks to transform selling luxury into an online experience

  • Is Google about to create “premium internet”?

    Is Google about to create “premium internet”?

  • Expedia’s MeetingMarket service gets second major sign-up

    Expedia’s MeetingMarket service gets second major sign-up

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires Nab Labs

    Eurofins Scientific acquires Nab Labs

  • Big technology companies criticized following terror attacks

    Big technology companies criticized following terror attacks

  • Amazon: can Ice succeed where Fire failed?

    Amazon: can Ice succeed where Fire failed?

  • Systemic threats to the planet’s food source

    Systemic threats to the planet’s food source

  • Live Nation invests in festival platform Everfest

    Live Nation invests in festival platform Everfest

  • U.S. credit boom bodes well for MasterCard, Visa

    U.S. credit boom bodes well for MasterCard, Visa

  • Ruth Porat: Google’s biggest risk “complacency”

    Ruth Porat: Google’s biggest risk “complacency”

  • Japan could be next big win for Las Vegas Sands

    Japan could be next big win for Las Vegas Sands

  • Polypipe prepares for new CEO

    Polypipe prepares for new CEO

  • Economic Outlook for June 2017

    Economic Outlook for June 2017

  • Video games growing fast, China is new gaming capital

    Video games growing fast, China is new gaming capital

  • Richemont bets on Dufry to deliver in automated future

    Richemont bets on Dufry to deliver in automated future

  • Alphabet overtakes Uber in race to self-driving

    Alphabet overtakes Uber in race to self-driving

  • Donald Trump expected to remove U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord

    Donald Trump expected to remove U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord

  • Amazon on the lookout for next Shakespeare

    Amazon on the lookout for next Shakespeare

  • Big Pharma’s big players see Trump moving in on drug prices

    Big Pharma’s big players see Trump moving in on drug prices

  • Hermes handbag pricing power hits new high

    Hermes handbag pricing power hits new high

  • It’s about more than Tinder: Match Group’s attractive product offering

    It’s about more than Tinder: Match Group’s attractive product offering

  • Vapormax: can the not-so-secret weapon to put Nike back on top?

    Vapormax: can the not-so-secret weapon to put Nike back on top?

  • WPP makes Amazon-centric acquisition to cure CEO’s nightmares

    WPP makes Amazon-centric acquisition to cure CEO’s nightmares

  • Internet of Things to pick up pace in 2017

    Internet of Things to pick up pace in 2017

  • Insights from Skyworks Solutions second quarter

    Insights from Skyworks Solutions second quarter

  • The U.S. must confront a first-world water crisis

    The U.S. must confront a first-world water crisis

  • Moncler thinks art is in this summer

    Moncler thinks art is in this summer

  • Yoox Net-a-Porter expands brand lineup thanks to high demand

    Yoox Net-a-Porter expands brand lineup thanks to high demand

  • Playing games with AI

    Playing games with AI

  • Could Baidu become the Chinese Netflix?

    Could Baidu become the Chinese Netflix?

  • The technology trends reshaping luxury

    The technology trends reshaping luxury

  • Is Amazon about to kill the landline?

    Is Amazon about to kill the landline?

  • German jobs under threat from automation

    German jobs under threat from automation

  • Adidas revitalizes Stan Smith, creates future sales blueprint

    Adidas revitalizes Stan Smith, creates future sales blueprint

  • Xylem brings clean water to 1.5 million Vietnamese

    Xylem brings clean water to 1.5 million Vietnamese

  • L’Oreal adds newest celebrity spokeswoman

    L’Oreal adds newest celebrity spokeswoman

  • The future of fashion in 2017

    The future of fashion in 2017

  • Brown Forman taking over BenRiach Distillery distribution

    Brown Forman taking over BenRiach Distillery distribution

  • 25% of Millennials spend 5 hours daily on their mobile phone

    25% of Millennials spend 5 hours daily on their mobile phone

  • The Facebook family is coming together

    The Facebook family is coming together

  • Samsonite dreams of an Italian empire

    Samsonite dreams of an Italian empire

  • Expedia partners with Masterpass for mobile payments growth

    Expedia partners with Masterpass for mobile payments growth

  • Emerging economies in Asia are being spurred on by digital

    Emerging economies in Asia are being spurred on by digital

  • Ads are coming to Amazon’s Echo

    Ads are coming to Amazon’s Echo

  • Amazon’s digital savvy gives it the edge over other retailers

    Amazon’s digital savvy gives it the edge over other retailers

  • Zara pushes further into India

    Zara pushes further into India

  • Alibaba’s earnings: profits and sales soar

    Alibaba’s earnings: profits and sales soar

  • Global Markets have approved Syngenta ChemChina deal

    Global Markets have approved Syngenta ChemChina deal

  • Five takeaways from Google’s annual developer conference

    Five takeaways from Google’s annual developer conference

  • China’s demographic problems continue apace

    China’s demographic problems continue apace

  • Domino’s incredible 9-year journey continues

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