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  • Playing games with AI

    Playing games with AI

    Managed, Friday, 26 May 2017

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a serious subject. In a practical sense, it’s already transforming numerous sectors, from fashion to the automotive industry and everything in between. In a more theoretical sense, billions are pumped into asking big questions, ...
  • Could Baidu become the Chinese Netflix?

    Could Baidu become the Chinese Netflix?

    Ecommerce, Friday, 26 May 2017

    Baidu is usually thought of as China’s answer to Google. It’s been very clear recently that it is focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) – and area it is already making significant headway in. However, the company also has a hand in streaming ...
  • The technology trends reshaping luxury

    The technology trends reshaping luxury

    Luxury, Friday, 26 May 2017

    Luxury brands tend to prioritise craftsmanship, artisanal qualities, and classical ideas of quality. So it’s no surprise that many consumers imagine these brands are less technologically savvy than those of other industries. While it is true that some of the ...
  • Is Amazon about to kill the landline?

    Is Amazon about to kill the landline?

    Ecommerce, Friday, 26 May 2017

    Ecommerce titan Amazon may be about to kill the landline once and for all. According to the U.S. Health Department, over half (50.8%) of American homes no longer have a landline, as mobile phones and online services like Facebook and Skype have become ubiquitous. ...
  • German jobs under threat from automation

    German jobs under threat from automation

    Managed, Thursday, 25 May 2017

    Germany’s powerful industrial sector may see jobs at risk as automation displaces traditional workforces. While economies that focus on services – such as France and the UK – will see their labour force protected by the difficult-to-digitize nature ...
  • Adidas revitalizes Stan Smith, creates future sales blueprint

    Adidas revitalizes Stan Smith, creates future sales blueprint

    Luxury, Thursday, 25 May 2017

    Adidas has big plans for its sneakers, hoping to increase sales by 40 million pairs per year by 2020. If the company succeeds, it will be selling half a billion pairs annually in three years time, focusing on fashion-conscious teens and urban hipsters. And key to ...
  • Xylem brings clean water to 1.5 million Vietnamese

    Xylem brings clean water to 1.5 million Vietnamese

    Managed, Thursday, 25 May 2017

    Xylem Inc. has partnered with the Vietnamese government to help it realize its ambitious plans to clean up the country’s water supplies. The company has now installed its ozone treatment technology at Tan Hiep Water Treatment Plant in Ho Chi Minh City that ...
  • L’Oreal adds newest celebrity spokeswoman

    L’Oreal adds newest celebrity spokeswoman

    Luxury, Thursday, 25 May 2017

    French luxury cosmetics giant L’Oreal has recently added to its stable of stylish celebrities by appointing Elle Fanning – younger sister of Dakota Fanning – as an international spokeswoman for L’Oreal Paris. The young actress – who has ...
  • The future of fashion in 2017

    The future of fashion in 2017

    Luxury, Wednesday, 24 May 2017

    In fashion, trends come and go. And with the advent of faster internet connections, social media, and fast fashion, those trends have never been as short-lived as they are today. According to Tara Drury, menswear specialist for retail analyst EDITED’s fashion ...
  • Brown Forman taking over BenRiach Distillery distribution

    Brown Forman taking over BenRiach Distillery distribution

    Luxury, Wednesday, 24 May 2017

    In April last year, premium spirits purveyor Brown Forman acquired the BenRiach distillery. This was a well-timed move, allowing the company to capitalize on the growing trend towards dark spirits (and whiskey in particular), and adding a stable of high quality ...
  • 25% of Millennials spend 5 hours daily on their mobile phone

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

    Managed, Wednesday, 24 May 2017

    A new survey conducted by mobile device care company B2X suggests that Millennials are even more in love with their mobile phones than previously thought. The survey included 2,600 participants across 5 countries and demonstrates that as much as 25% of the ...
  • The Facebook family is coming together

    The Facebook family is coming together

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 24 May 2017

    Digital life thrives on connectivity, and now Facebook’s stable of incredibly popular apps – Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram – are pulling together to create a new network. Well, that’s the possible end goal: for now, they’re each ...
  • Samsonite dreams of an Italian empire

    Samsonite dreams of an Italian empire

    Luxury, Tuesday, 23 May 2017

    Last year saw air traffic in Italy increase by 4.6%, meaning that a record-breaking 164 million passengers took to the air from an Italian airport in 2016. In the rest of the world, numbers grew even more: +6% from 2015 to an enormous 3.7 billion people. For global ...
  • Expedia partners with Masterpass for mobile payments growth

    Expedia partners with Masterpass for mobile payments growth

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 23 May 2017

    Online travel giant Expedia is partnering with MasterCard’s mobile wallet and buy button service Masterpass, letting customers pay with the service on its sites, including Orbitz and Travelocity. This could be a big win for both platforms: Masterpass will get ...
  • Emerging economies in Asia are being spurred on by digital

    Emerging economies in Asia are being spurred on by digital

    Managed, Tuesday, 23 May 2017

    According to a new report by Deloitte, emerging economies in Asia are being transformed by quick adoption of digital technologies amongst the population. China now has the world’s largest Ecommerce market, with Singapore and other Asian countries have been ...
  • Ads are coming to Amazon’s Echo

    Ads are coming to Amazon’s Echo

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 23 May 2017

    Recent months have demonstrated that owners of smart speakers like Google’s Home are not fans of advertisements. However, that is unlikely to stop companies from trying to insert them onto the platforms. Voice analytics company VoiceLabs has announced that a ...
  • Amazon’s digital savvy gives it the edge over other retailers

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

    Ecommerce, Monday, 22 May 2017

    Ever wondered how Amazon manages to beat its competitors on price while still making a profit? The answer is bots. That is, bots as is automated programs that ‘crawl’ websites and extract data. In this case, the data extracted is pricing on the thousands ...
  • Zara pushes further into India

    Zara pushes further into India

    Luxury, Monday, 22 May 2017

    Spanish fast fashion expert Inditex is looking to make further headway in India through one of its flagship brands, Zara. The popular fashion label is expanding into larger stores in the country, having opened its first such store in Mumbai earlier this month. Where ...
  • Alibaba’s earnings: profits and sales soar

    Alibaba’s earnings: profits and sales soar

    Ecommerce, Monday, 22 May 2017

    China is the world’s most populous country, and its ecommerce sector is amongst the most developed in the world. So, it’s no surprise that Alibaba, the country’s largest Ecommerce company, has reported strong profit and better than expected sales ...
  • Global Markets have approved Syngenta ChemChina deal

    Global Markets have approved Syngenta ChemChina deal

    Managed, Monday, 22 May 2017

    The journey towards a new agricultural powerhouse – the company that will result from the merger between ChemChina and Syngenta – is drawing closer to completion as global markets have approved the deal. In April, China approved the deal; soon after, ...
  • Five takeaways from Google’s annual developer conference

    Five takeaways from Google’s annual developer conference

    Ecommerce, Friday, 19 May 2017

    This week saw Silicon Valley heavyweight Google hold its 2017 annual developer conference. The company chose to use the platform to demonstrate the advances being made in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, augmented reality, and more. While relatively ...
  • China’s demographic problems continue apace

    China’s demographic problems continue apace

    All News, Friday, 19 May 2017

    A new survey by one of China’s biggest recruitment firms, Zhaopin.com, has reignited conversation about the demographic problems facing the country over the coming years. Despite Beijing’s attempts to kick-start births in the nation by relaxing the ...
  • Domino’s incredible 9-year journey continues

    Domino’s incredible 9-year journey continues

    Managed, Friday, 19 May 2017

    Domino’s Pizza wasn’t in the best of places back in 2008 – but thanks to an incredible turn around in fortunes, the company is now trading 50 times higher than it did back then. That’s an appreciation of 5000%! This hasn’t happened ...
  • Ulta Beauty picks up YouTube icon’s beauty line

    Ulta Beauty picks up YouTube icon’s beauty line

    Luxury, Friday, 19 May 2017

    If you’re over 30, you may not know who “Zoella” is. But to Millennials, she is one of the world’s biggest stars. She was an early breakout sensation of YouTube, where she remains one of the biggest names on the platform, and has since ...
  • Will Novartis’ Entresto drive the business in 2017?

    Will Novartis’ Entresto drive the business in 2017?

    Managed, Thursday, 18 May 2017

    Novartis’ advanced heart-failure drug Entresto has been something of a disappointment. After clinical trials that clearly demonstrated it was a better option than anything else on the market, hopes were high that it would become an ...
  • FedEx: small businesses are in favour of global trade

    FedEx: small businesses are in favour of global trade

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 18 May 2017

    According to global freight shippers FedEx, small businesses are in favour of expanding global trade. The company recently released its second FedEx Trade Index – the result of a survey of small business leaders in the U.S. – and found that 84% of ...
  • Earth may pass ‘major climate threshold’ within 15 years

    Earth may pass ‘major climate threshold’ within 15 years

    Managed, Thursday, 18 May 2017

    A new study has determined that Earth could pass one of the major thresholds of climate change within 15 years. When the world’s temperature reaches 1.5 degrees Celsius above its preindustrial level, it will hit a “potentially dangerous level of climate ...
  • Mandarin Oriental to open second luxury property in Dubai

    Mandarin Oriental to open second luxury property in Dubai

    Luxury, Thursday, 18 May 2017

    Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a second luxury property in Dubai, with opening slated for late 2020. The new location in downtown Dubai will compliment Mandarin’s existing property in the country, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira ...
  • Don’t count out retailers yet: stronger April than previously thought

    Don’t count out retailers yet: stronger April than previously thought

    All News, Wednesday, 17 May 2017

    April and March were stronger months for U.S. retailers than previously thought. In April, retail sales increased by 0.4%, and were 4.5% higher than the previous year, while a 0.2% monthly decrease in March has been revised upwards, to a 0.1% increase. This bodes ...
  • Is India ready to embrace genetically modified foods?

    Is India ready to embrace genetically modified foods?

    Managed, Wednesday, 17 May 2017

    Few countries face the food supply crisis that India does. It has a huge and growing population, poor electricity makes refrigeration impossible in most parts of the country, and it is dangerously exposed to volatile weather cycles and global warming. Given this ...

Latest News

  • 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

    Domino’s incredible 9-year journey continues

  • Ulta Beauty picks up YouTube icon’s beauty line

    Ulta Beauty picks up YouTube icon’s beauty line

  • Will Novartis’ Entresto drive the business in 2017?

    Will Novartis’ Entresto drive the business in 2017?

  • FedEx: small businesses are in favour of global trade

    FedEx: small businesses are in favour of global trade

  • Earth may pass ‘major climate threshold’ within 15 years

    Earth may pass ‘major climate threshold’ within 15 years

  • Mandarin Oriental to open second luxury property in Dubai

    Mandarin Oriental to open second luxury property in Dubai

  • Don’t count out retailers yet: stronger April than previously thought

    Don’t count out retailers yet: stronger April than previously thought

  • Is India ready to embrace genetically modified foods?

    Is India ready to embrace genetically modified foods?

  • Rise of the robotic matchmakers

    Rise of the robotic matchmakers

  • Jay Z joins Live Nation family for another decade at $200 million

    Jay Z joins Live Nation family for another decade at $200 million

  • Ecommerce Fund’s first quarter: a picture of strength

    Ecommerce Fund’s first quarter: a picture of strength

  • Global cyber-attack leaves world reeling

    Global cyber-attack leaves world reeling

  • Electronic Arts fiscal 2017 is ‘milestone year’

    Electronic Arts fiscal 2017 is ‘milestone year’

  • Ctrip sees strong start to 2017

    Ctrip sees strong start to 2017

  • Forget “made in China” – the country’s a tech leader

    Forget “made in China” – the country’s a tech leader

  • Adidas knocks Nike out of UEFA Europa League

    Adidas knocks Nike out of UEFA Europa League

  • What’s the big deal with India’s Ecommerce market?

    What’s the big deal with India’s Ecommerce market?

  • By 2030, 25% of U.S. traffic could be driverless

    By 2030, 25% of U.S. traffic could be driverless

  • Zalando wants market share over profit

    Zalando wants market share over profit

  • Brown Forman move into… basketball?

    Brown Forman move into… basketball?

  • Disney beats on earnings, misses on revenue

    Disney beats on earnings, misses on revenue

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires four French laboratories

    Eurofins Scientific acquires four French laboratories

  • JD.com’s first profitable quarter sees share price up 51% year-to-date!

    JD.com’s first profitable quarter sees share price up 51% year-to-date!

  • Marriott shares soar on back of strong first quarter

    Marriott shares soar on back of strong first quarter

  • Compass Group sees “good six months”, feels generous

    Compass Group sees “good six months”, feels generous

  • Online travel sees a beat and a miss: Priceline and TripAdvisor

    Online travel sees a beat and a miss: Priceline and TripAdvisor

  • Do Millennials love concerts? Check out Live Nation’s results

    Do Millennials love concerts? Check out Live Nation’s results

  • Cognizant manages strong steady growth and a slight beat on Q1

    Cognizant manages strong steady growth and a slight beat on Q1

  • Moncler’s first quarter: +16% revenue

    Moncler’s first quarter: +16% revenue

  • Global Payments sees ‘exceptional start to 2017’ and raises outlook

    Global Payments sees ‘exceptional start to 2017’ and raises outlook

  • YouTube takes on TV networks, SVOD providers

    YouTube takes on TV networks, SVOD providers

  • Yoox Net-a-porter beats 1st quarter estimates on revenue

    Yoox Net-a-porter beats 1st quarter estimates on revenue

  • Hexagon has solid first quarter, sees value in acquisitions

    Hexagon has solid first quarter, sees value in acquisitions

  • Inditex is Spain’s most valuable company ever

    Inditex is Spain’s most valuable company ever

  • Facebook beats the street with ease

    Facebook beats the street with ease

  • Delphi shares jump 10% after strong quarter and self-driving tech focus

    Delphi shares jump 10% after strong quarter and self-driving tech focus

  • Match.com has “great first quarter” and expects “very solid” year

    Match.com has “great first quarter” and expects “very solid” year

  • Tetra Tech has “solid” second quarter

    Tetra Tech has “solid” second quarter

  • Amazon pushes further into apparel with ‘Look’

    Amazon pushes further into apparel with ‘Look’

  • MasterCard beats estimates on profit and revenue in Q1

    MasterCard beats estimates on profit and revenue in Q1

  • Dufry sees organic growth +7%, driven by Latin America

    Dufry sees organic growth +7%, driven by Latin America

  • Xylem in Q1: “slightly better” than expected, say management

    Xylem in Q1: “slightly better” than expected, say management

  • Dominion Funds: at the forefront of the regulatory landscape, more comprehensive, and outperforming the market

    Dominion Funds: at the forefront of the regulatory landscape, more comprehensive, and outperforming the market

  • Silicon Valley and the ‘new’ monopolies

    Silicon Valley and the ‘new’ monopolies

  • Cognex reports first quarter record earnings

    Cognex reports first quarter record earnings

  • Will Coach choose Choo?

    Will Coach choose Choo?

  • Economic Outlook for May 2017

    Economic Outlook for May 2017

  • Las Vegas Sands turns in best performance since 2008 as Macau improves

    Las Vegas Sands turns in best performance since 2008 as Macau improves

  • Amazon smashes expectations, share price surges

    Amazon smashes expectations, share price surges

  • Alphabet beats the street – and the industry

    Alphabet beats the street – and the industry

  • National Retail Federation CEO: Trump tax cuts will help retail transform

    National Retail Federation CEO: Trump tax cuts will help retail transform

  • Kering shares jump 11% on back of record first quarter sales

    Kering shares jump 11% on back of record first quarter sales

  • Caterpillar smashes expectations, shares jump 6%

    Caterpillar smashes expectations, shares jump 6%

  • Assa Abloy beat expectations in first quarter

    Assa Abloy beat expectations in first quarter

  • New Oriental Education starts turning potent revenue stream into profit

    New Oriental Education starts turning potent revenue stream into profit

  • Visa wins big in international markets

    Visa wins big in international markets

  • LVMH to control and simplify Christian Dior

    LVMH to control and simplify Christian Dior

  • Google debuts new weapons in fight against fake news

    Google debuts new weapons in fight against fake news

  • The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

    The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

  • Coffee is more popular than ever – and could get more popular due to China

    Coffee is more popular than ever – and could get more popular due to China

  • Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

    Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

  • Adidas release more Kanye West products

    Adidas release more Kanye West products

  • Jack Ma: internet and automation will cause 30-years of pain

    Jack Ma: internet and automation will cause 30-years of pain

  • Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop products to appear on Net-a-porter

    Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop products to appear on Net-a-porter

  • Xylem outline four ways that water treatment and reuse can help planet

    Xylem outline four ways that water treatment and reuse can help planet

  • Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

    Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

  • Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

    Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

  • Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

    Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

  • Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

    Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

  • eBay posts solid results for first quarter

    eBay posts solid results for first quarter

  • Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

    Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

  • The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

    The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

  • Remy Cointreau posts strong results in Q4, +6% organic growth

    Remy Cointreau posts strong results in Q4, +6% organic growth

  • Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

    Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

  • President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

    President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

  • L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

    L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

  • For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

    For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

  • Tetra Tech awarded $240 contract with U.S. Navy

    Tetra Tech awarded $240 contract with U.S. Navy

  • Chinese growth bolsters global economy

    Chinese growth bolsters global economy

  • Disney’s ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ set to continue global box office

    Disney’s ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ set to continue global box office

  • Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

    Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

  • Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

    Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

  • Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

    Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

  • Jing Daily: luxury brands should do more to target Chinese consumers

    Jing Daily: luxury brands should do more to target Chinese consumers

  • New WHO report shines light on dirty water

    New WHO report shines light on dirty water

  • Google’s new app can help with… everything!

    Google’s new app can help with… everything!

  • Markets at war

    Markets at war

  • H&M looks to brand diversification, logistics, for growth

    H&M looks to brand diversification, logistics, for growth

  • Facebook makes “first of many” improvements to Instagram Direct

    Facebook makes “first of many” improvements to Instagram Direct

  • Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

    Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

  • “Big Pharma” beats Bass in war over drug prices

    “Big Pharma” beats Bass in war over drug prices

  • MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

    MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

  • Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

    Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

  • Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

    Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

  • Divergence between wages and inflation puts focus on UK consumers 11 April 2017

    Divergence between wages and inflation puts focus on UK consumers 11 April 2017

  • Rémy Cointreau goes digital

    Rémy Cointreau goes digital

  • The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

    The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

  • Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

    Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

  • Do surprising low payroll gains signify a more sustainable rate of progress?

    Do surprising low payroll gains signify a more sustainable rate of progress?

  • Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

    Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

  • Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

    Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

  • Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

    Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

  • U.S jobless claims hit a 5-week low

    U.S jobless claims hit a 5-week low

  • Does Macau uptick mean that Beijing’s over austerity?

    Does Macau uptick mean that Beijing’s over austerity?

  • Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

    Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

  • UK Govt. join call for Google to ditch extremist content

    UK Govt. join call for Google to ditch extremist content

  • Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

    Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

  • Marriott rolls out its ‘asset-light’ strategy, selling Starwood properties

    Marriott rolls out its ‘asset-light’ strategy, selling Starwood properties

  • ChemChina given go-ahead for Syngenta deal in EU

    ChemChina given go-ahead for Syngenta deal in EU

  • Indian YouTube to build on site’s popularity on continent

    Indian YouTube to build on site’s popularity on continent

  • The Chinese AI market is a 2-player game

    The Chinese AI market is a 2-player game

  • Essilor speaks out about Luxottica merger

    Essilor speaks out about Luxottica merger

  • Coach makes offer on Kate Spade

    Coach makes offer on Kate Spade

  • The robots are coming! But, they’re bringing pizza

    The robots are coming! But, they’re bringing pizza

  • Economic Outlook for April

    Economic Outlook for April

  • Amazon goes “all in on video games”

    Amazon goes “all in on video games”

  • Can Starbucks solve long-lines with automation?

    Can Starbucks solve long-lines with automation?

  • Wolters Kluwer to acquire Tagetik

    Wolters Kluwer to acquire Tagetik

  • A downbeat ending to an upbeat quarter

    A downbeat ending to an upbeat quarter

  • Clubcorp acquires Norbeck Country Club, third purchase of 2017

    Clubcorp acquires Norbeck Country Club, third purchase of 2017

  • Polypipe delivers record results for 2016

    Polypipe delivers record results for 2016

  • KION finds a home for Retrotech at Dematic

    KION finds a home for Retrotech at Dematic

  • Activision Blizzard’s lead down to franchises and diversity

    Activision Blizzard’s lead down to franchises and diversity

  • H&M deserves credit for investing in a tough environment

    H&M deserves credit for investing in a tough environment

  • Just Eat: marketing is number one cost

    Just Eat: marketing is number one cost

  • Samsonite’s 2016: ‘best results’ since going public

    Samsonite’s 2016: ‘best results’ since going public

  • The countdown to Brexit begins

    The countdown to Brexit begins

  • Syngenta’s ‘good growth’ plan doubles reach of sustainability programs

    Syngenta’s ‘good growth’ plan doubles reach of sustainability programs

  • Visa addresses the importance of mobile

    Visa addresses the importance of mobile

  • Pandora launches ‘DO’ campaign encouraging women to live ‘authentically’

    Pandora launches ‘DO’ campaign encouraging women to live ‘authentically’

  • Is Europe on a roll?

    Is Europe on a roll?

  • Barron’s: liquidation could provide 20% gain to Yahoo investors

    Barron’s: liquidation could provide 20% gain to Yahoo investors

  • Xylem set to clean up as world population continues to urbanise

    Xylem set to clean up as world population continues to urbanise

  • Royal Caribbean get serious about Instagram

    Royal Caribbean get serious about Instagram

  • Brexit begins as Trump rally stalls

    Brexit begins as Trump rally stalls

  • Live Nation buys yet another iconic event

    Live Nation buys yet another iconic event

  • Is Amazon planning further pushes into the brick-and-mortar world?

    Is Amazon planning further pushes into the brick-and-mortar world?

  • Google responds to advertiser boycott

    Google responds to advertiser boycott

  • Durable goods increases, Trump loses on healthcare

    Durable goods increases, Trump loses on healthcare

  • Changing consumer palates could be strong tailwind for Givaudan

    Changing consumer palates could be strong tailwind for Givaudan

  • Expedia: diversity and mobile key to Thai hotel market

    Expedia: diversity and mobile key to Thai hotel market

  • Brown-Forman capitalizes on strong U.S. whiskey demand

    Brown-Forman capitalizes on strong U.S. whiskey demand

  • Nike beats on earnings, but “not satisfied” with own performance

    Nike beats on earnings, but “not satisfied” with own performance

  • Amazon moves to enter Middle East

    Amazon moves to enter Middle East

  • Hermes’ strong 2016 signals upturn for luxury sector

    Hermes’ strong 2016 signals upturn for luxury sector

  • WPP CEO: digital ad platforms need more responsibility

    WPP CEO: digital ad platforms need more responsibility

  • Franchises, mobile, and eSports are key to EA’s future

    Franchises, mobile, and eSports are key to EA’s future

  • Meet Richemont’s new smartwatch

    Meet Richemont’s new smartwatch

  • Climate change: world enters ‘uncharted territory’

    Climate change: world enters ‘uncharted territory’

  • Technogym and IBM collaborate on ‘virtual coach’

    Technogym and IBM collaborate on ‘virtual coach’

  • Adidas takes fast-fashion to new extremes

    Adidas takes fast-fashion to new extremes

  • Baidu takes the fight to cybercriminals

    Baidu takes the fight to cybercriminals

  • Starbucks expands mobile payments to China and Asia Pacific

    Starbucks expands mobile payments to China and Asia Pacific

  • Dominion speaks at intersection between fashion and ecommerce

    Dominion speaks at intersection between fashion and ecommerce

  • Brexit to be triggered 29 March

    Brexit to be triggered 29 March

  • Skyworks Solutions makes big bet on small cells

    Skyworks Solutions makes big bet on small cells

  • Moncler: specialization and diversification will bring growth

    Moncler: specialization and diversification will bring growth

  • The future of entertainment is clearly online

    The future of entertainment is clearly online

  • Beauty and the Beast cleans up at the box office

    Beauty and the Beast cleans up at the box office

  • Syngenta emphasizes collaboration at new building

    Syngenta emphasizes collaboration at new building

  • Baidu puts AI first

    Baidu puts AI first

  • Fed raises rates, monetary policy on course for normal?

    Fed raises rates, monetary policy on course for normal?

  • Even Beastly films can generate Beautiful revenues

    Even Beastly films can generate Beautiful revenues

  • MasterCard’s marketers: people don’t like ads

    MasterCard’s marketers: people don’t like ads

  • Eurofins Genomics launch “next generation DNA synthesis service”

    Eurofins Genomics launch “next generation DNA synthesis service”

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    British unemployment at 40-year low

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