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  • China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

    China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

    Ecommerce, Friday, 17 November 2017

    China’s Singles’ Day – a kind of anti-Valentine’s, where singletons get together to party – is by far the world’s biggest Ecommerce event. It started in Chinese universities, when students noticed that the date 11 / 11 was a ...
  • Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

    Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

    Ecommerce, Friday, 17 November 2017

    Chinese technology giant Tencent, the country’s king of mobile gaming and online messaging, blew analysts’ expectations out of the water this week when it reported its third quarter earnings. For the three-month period through September, the company ...
  • An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

    An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

    Luxury, Friday, 17 November 2017

    With a major shake up going on in luxury titan LVMH’s management team, few appointments will be as important as the new top man at Christian Dior, long considered a jewel in the group’s crown. That man, Pietro Beccari, is currently in charge of another ...
  • Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

    Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

    Managed, Friday, 17 November 2017

    According to global door, key, and security expert, Assa Abloy, homes converting to digital locks in the near future will be an important driver of growth. The company’s CEO, Johan Molin, who will step down next year, told Reuters that 2018 would be a strong ...
  • Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

    Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 16 November 2017

    In August, online dating guru Match Group – the company behind popular matchmaking services like Match.com, PlentyOfFish, and Tinder – made a play for smaller, female-friendly, rival Bumble. Now, it’s seeing whether perseverance really does pay ...
  • Middle East is the new cruise destination everyone’s got to visit

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

    Luxury, Thursday, 16 November 2017

    In 2009, 87 cruise ships docked in Dubai. Yet, in the last winter season alone, that figure had almost doubled to 157. What’s driving this rapid expansion? In part, it is down to infrastructural investments by Middle Eastern countries that make the area more ...
  • Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

    Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

    /managed-news-feed-articles, Thursday, 16 November 2017

    Mozilla Corporation has delivered a major update to its popular web browser, Firefox. Users will find plenty of new features, and one old one: the presence of Google as its default search engine. Although Firefox originally came with Google as default search ...
  • Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

    Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

    Luxury, Thursday, 16 November 2017

    Global luggage kingpin Samsonite reported robust third-quarter earnings this week that sent its share price up by 3.5%. The company said that net sales, at constant currency, grew by 18.7% year on year. Minus Tumi, which Samsonite acquired last year, that becomes ...
  • Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

    Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 15 November 2017

    This week, Amazon dropped a bombshell: it has acquired the global TV rights to ‘Lord of the Rings’ – J. R. R. Tolkien’s iconic fantasy novel in three parts. Lord of the Rings is the third best-selling book (because, according to Tolkien, it ...
  • JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

    JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 15 November 2017

    JD.com, China’s second-largest online retailer, posted quarterly figures for the three months ending September 30 that showed a surprise profit which beat analysts’ expectations. The company said that net income was 1 billion yuan ($151 million) against ...
  • Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

    Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

    Luxury, Wednesday, 15 November 2017

    According to the Human Rights Campaign, live event mastermind Live Nation is the best place to work in the U.S. if you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ). The Campaign rated 947 of the nation’s biggest businesses, and Live Nation was one ...
  • LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

    LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

    Luxury, Wednesday, 15 November 2017

    The world’s largest luxury group, LVMH, has moved top talent around its many boardrooms in  what is, according to the New York Times, “a sign that the turbulence that has significantly altered the luxury creative landscape in recent years has moved ...
  • African growth is all about MCommerce – Visa looks to capitalize

    African growth is all about MCommerce – Visa looks to capitalize

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 14 November 2017

    Sub-Saharan Africa is undergoing a transformation, as MCommece solutions bring a level of financial agility and security to the continent that is unprecedented. Ethiopia, Africa’s fastest growing economy, is a good example: the country’s GDP is forecast ...
  • Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

    Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 14 November 2017

    Alibaba is a dominant force in Chinese Ecommerce. In 2015, the company accounted for an incredible three quarters of China’s online retail, and it has plenty of other industries in its sights. Alibaba is also catering to a diverse consumer base – ...
  • Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

    Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

    Luxury, Tuesday, 14 November 2017

    The world’s second largest luxury company, Richemont, released an earnings report for the first half of its financial year (ending September 30). The company, which is known for a variety of high-end brands like Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, said sales ...
  • Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

    Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

    Managed, Tuesday, 14 November 2017

    Global scent and flavor industry market leader Givaudan, which is responsible for an enormous portion of the aromas and tastes we come into contact with every day, has made a huge commitment to sustainability. The company, which buys around 10,000 different raw ...
  • Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

    Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

    Ecommerce, Monday, 13 November 2017

    Amazon used to be an online bookseller. Now, it publishes books too, and has innovated the industry with the creation of its Kindle e-reader. And it doesn’t just sell books – those days are long behind it – now it sells pretty much any product you ...
  • Climate change: a threat to us all, but also an opportunity

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

    Managed, Monday, 13 November 2017

    The effects of climate change are not just “on the way” – we’re already seeing them. Flooding, droughts, and rising temperatures are all examples of phenomena directly caused by the emission of greenhouse gases, and they are just the ...
  • Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

    Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

    Luxury, Monday, 13 November 2017

    Luxury giant Richemont, the company behind brands such as Cartier, Dunhill, and Montblanc, is looking to speed up recovery at its watch business. To do so, it has appointed Richemont veteran Jerome Lambert to the newly created role of chief operating officer. ...
  • Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

    Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

    Ecommerce, Monday, 13 November 2017

    Global cashless payment provider Visa has created three new wearable payment devices to celebrate the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. The new products all use contactless technology, enabling users to wave them over any contactless-enabled terminal to ...
  • Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

    Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

    Ecommerce, Friday, 10 November 2017

    Chinese Ecommerce giant Alibaba is planning to reinvigorate physical retail this November 11, as it unveils a bold new plan for Singles’ Day. Singles’ Day is the cynical alternative to Valentine’s Day that has taken hold in the country – it ...
  • EA Boss: video game industry moving towards subscription based model

    EA Boss: video game industry moving towards subscription based model

    Ecommerce, Friday, 10 November 2017

    In a recent interview, Electronic Arts (EA) CEO Andrew Wilson has said that it may eventually stop releasing new versions of its most popular video games, relying on updates delivered through a subscription-based model. This is an industry trend that’s been ...
  • Carnival Corp signs agreement with Shell to power greener cruise ships

    Carnival Corp signs agreement with Shell to power greener cruise ships

    Luxury, Friday, 10 November 2017

    Carnival Corporation, the world’s most popular cruise line, has signed an agreement with Shell to power North America’s first fully LNG-powered cruise ships. LNG is the world’s most sustainable fossil fuel, and will power two new ships that are ...
  • Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

    Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

    Managed, Friday, 10 November 2017

    Travel IT guru Amadeus has added Premier Inn to the list of names using its hotel management system. The company said that the hotel group would be using its combined central reservation system, property management system, and its payment system across 765 ...
  • Chinese travel market continues to grow – Ctrip looks to dominate

    Chinese travel market continues to grow – Ctrip looks to dominate

    Luxury, Thursday, 09 November 2017

    The sheer scale of China’s travel market is massive. It is the largest cruise market in the world, and the Air Transport Association says that it will only take the country’s air travel market five years to catch up. By 2022, China will have more people ...
  • Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

    Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

    Managed, Thursday, 09 November 2017

    Chinese technology giant Tencent has bought a 12% stake in Snapchat owner Snap. This news bodes well for Snap, which has struggled to hold its own against Facebook – it’s an inflow of money, but also of experience. Few companies have Tencent’s ...
  • Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

    Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 09 November 2017

    German fashion retailer Zalando reported third quarter earnings this week that demonstrated a strong underlying business – even if there were a few points that investors didn’t celebrate. The company said that a “weaker than expected October” ...
  • Domino’s has high-tech solution for common pizza woes

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

    Managed, Thursday, 09 November 2017

    According to pizza patriarch Domino’s, there are two really common complaints that customers have about their favourite fast food – and they both focus on toppings. The company said that people particularly dislike it when there is either not enough of a ...
  • Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

    Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 08 November 2017

    Ecommerce giant Amazon became successful by selling other people’s goods on its online platform, starting with books in the 90s, and moving through to a huge range of items today, that includes electronics, clothing, toys, and more. Earlier this year, news ...
  • Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

    Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 08 November 2017

    Skyworks Solutions, a semiconductor company poised to benefit from the trend towards the Internet of Things (broadly speaking, the widespread connection of numerous devices to the internet) posted fourth quarter earnings this week, exceeding expectations for ...

Latest News

  • China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

    China’s Singles’ Day hits staggering new heights

  • Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

    Tencent crushes analysts’ expectations in third quarter

  • An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

    An eye on Christian Dior’s new CEO

  • Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

    Assa Abloy: digital locks will be sales driver

  • Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

    Match Group really ‘has the hots’ for Bumble

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

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

  • Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

    Google pushes for even more search dominance with Firefox deal

  • Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

    Samsonite: robust results send share price up 3.5%

  • Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

    Amazon expands service to Tolkien’s Middle Earth

  • JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

    JD.com posts surprise quarterly profit

  • Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

    Live Nation best LGBTQ employer in U.S.

  • LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

    LVMH shakes up management to reflect changes in luxury sector

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

    African growth is all about MCommerce – Visa looks to capitalize

  • Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

    Understanding the scale of Alibaba’s success

  • Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

    Richemont releases first-half earnings report for 2017

  • Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

    Givaudan makes huge commitment to sustainability with 2020 goal

  • Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

    Will Silicon Valley make a play for finance?

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

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

  • Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

    Richemont promotes from within to speed up watch recovery

  • Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

    Visa innovates payments for Olympic athletes and fans

  • Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

    Alibaba prepares retail experiment for Singles’ Day

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

    EA Boss: video game industry moving towards subscription based model

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

    Carnival Corp signs agreement with Shell to power greener cruise ships

  • Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

    Amadeus adds Premier Inn to hotel services – Intercontinental next

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

    Chinese travel market continues to grow – Ctrip looks to dominate

  • Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

    Tencent buys 12% stake in Snap

  • Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

    Zalando: revenue up 28.7% despite weak October

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

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

  • Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

    Amazon pushes further into own brand territory

  • Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

    Skyworks Solutions posts fourth quarter earnings, beats expectations

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

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

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

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

  • Nike uses AR to sell hyped sneakers

    Nike uses AR to sell hyped sneakers

  • Mcommerce drives PayPal growth

    Mcommerce drives PayPal growth

  • Live Nation sees a record third quarter

    Live Nation sees a record third quarter

  • Dufry extends Malta International Airport agreement

    Dufry extends Malta International Airport agreement

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

    Alibaba: beats on revenue, earnings, and increased guidance

  • Ferrari races ahead with earnings beat

    Ferrari races ahead with earnings beat

  • Activision Blizzard beats the street, raises guidance

    Activision Blizzard beats the street, raises guidance

  • Delphi Automotive sees “record third quarter financial performance”

    Delphi Automotive sees “record third quarter financial performance”

  • Google’s new plan for China

    Google’s new plan for China

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

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

  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on earnings in third quarter

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on earnings in third quarter

  • Ctrip sees strong third quarter – Skyscanner is strategic boon

    Ctrip sees strong third quarter – Skyscanner is strategic boon

  • Cognex reports record third quarter

    Cognex reports record third quarter

  • Burberry’s creative director to exit company by 2019

    Burberry’s creative director to exit company by 2019

  • Just Eat raises forecast after strong third quarter

    Just Eat raises forecast after strong third quarter

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

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

  • Economic Outlook for November 2017

    Economic Outlook for November 2017

  • Activision researches matchmaking tactics to sell in-game items

    Activision researches matchmaking tactics to sell in-game items

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

    Hermes to add 500 jobs expanding leather good segment in France

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

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

  • Marriott plans big Asia Pacific push over next 12 months

    Marriott plans big Asia Pacific push over next 12 months

  • Hexagon beats expectations in third quarter, signs new deal

    Hexagon beats expectations in third quarter, signs new deal

  • Priceline: bullish on China, going local is key

    Priceline: bullish on China, going local is key

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

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

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

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

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

    Alphabet beats on earnings report, brings in $27.77 billion

  • Las Vegas Sands beats analysts’ expectations in Q3

    Las Vegas Sands beats analysts’ expectations in Q3

  • Nike focuses on women’s wear – challenges Lululemon

    Nike focuses on women’s wear – challenges Lululemon

  • New Oriental Education is putting long-term growth first

    New Oriental Education is putting long-term growth first

  • Delphi Automotive buys self-driving startup nuTonomy

    Delphi Automotive buys self-driving startup nuTonomy

  • Visa beats the street on profit in fourth quarter

    Visa beats the street on profit in fourth quarter

  • Eurofins Sceintific sees strong third quarter, brings forward revenue

    Eurofins Sceintific sees strong third quarter, brings forward revenue

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

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

  • Amazon brings quick deliveries to work with Business Prime

    Amazon brings quick deliveries to work with Business Prime

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

    Pandora in Brazil: breaking barriers to reinvent the jewelry industry

  • Novartis beats third quarter expectations, delays Alcon spinoff

    Novartis beats third quarter expectations, delays Alcon spinoff

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

    Game developers turn to psychological profiling for long-term success

  • Luxottica reiterates 2017 guidance despite hurricane disruption

    Luxottica reiterates 2017 guidance despite hurricane disruption

  • Givaudan invests in new site to capture Chinese growth

    Givaudan invests in new site to capture Chinese growth

  • Jake Gyllenhaal’s first Eternity ad goes live

    Jake Gyllenhaal’s first Eternity ad goes live

  • FedEx future may lie on a rocket ship

    FedEx future may lie on a rocket ship

  • Skyworks Solutions: 5G will save the world

    Skyworks Solutions: 5G will save the world

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

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

  • Visa takes egalitarian approach to India: mass market solutions

    Visa takes egalitarian approach to India: mass market solutions

  • PayPal beats the street in third quarter

    PayPal beats the street in third quarter

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

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

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

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

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

    JD.com wants to innovate deliveries with an autonomous truck

  • U.S. sees fewest jobless claims since 1973

    U.S. sees fewest jobless claims since 1973

  • Puma shares jump 4% after unscheduled earnings announcement

    Puma shares jump 4% after unscheduled earnings announcement

  • DeepMind goes looking for new drugs

    DeepMind goes looking for new drugs

  • Assa Abloy buys smart lock start-up August

    Assa Abloy buys smart lock start-up August

  • Remy Cointreau sees strong demand from east and west

    Remy Cointreau sees strong demand from east and west

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

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

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

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

  • Tencent and JD collaborate to shake up big data marketing

    Tencent and JD collaborate to shake up big data marketing

  • 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

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