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  • JD.com uses automated vans to deliver goods

    JD.com uses automated vans to deliver goods

    Ecommerce, Friday, 19 July 2019

    JD.com, the Chinese ecommerce giant that sits in the number two spot in online retail, second only to juggernaut Alibaba, is experimenting with new ways to get its packages delivered. In the midst of “worsening labour shortages” (according to the Nikkei ...
  • Marriott takes aim at Airbnb

    Marriott takes aim at Airbnb

    Luxury, Friday, 19 July 2019

    The world’s largest luxury hotelier, Marriott International, has homestay market leader Airbnb firmly in its sights. The larger company, however, is not trying to muscle Airbnb out of the space by cloning its business model – rather, it’s proposing ...
  • Givaudan wants to enable quicker innovation and market access for start-ups – and it’s partnering with Buhler to do it

    Givaudan wants to enable quicker innovation and market access for start-ups – and it’s partnering with Buhler to do it

    Managed, Friday, 19 July 2019

    Givaudan, the world leader in fragrances and flavours that’s behind many of the everyday tastes and scents we come into contact with, is passionate about start-ups. Specifically, it wants to help new players innovate and reach market more quickly – and ...
  • Xylem: digital water is “already here”

    Xylem: digital water is “already here”

    Managed, Friday, 19 July 2019

    Xylem Inc., the world’s leading water technology platform, says that digital water is already here. By “digital water” Xylem means the impact of new smart technologies on water infrastructure – something the company has long championed as a ...
  • When it comes to athleisure, running clubs are the new influencer

    When it comes to athleisure, running clubs are the new influencer

    Luxury, Thursday, 18 July 2019

    Global athleisure giants like Under Armour and Adidas have found a new type of influencer – but this one doesn’t live on Instagram. Running clubs, whose membership consists of amateur urban athletes that take to city streets in the mornings, evenings, ...
  • The battle is on for China’s next big ecommerce market – and Alibaba is in the lead

    The battle is on for China’s next big ecommerce market – and Alibaba is in the lead

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 18 July 2019

    China is the biggest ecommerce market in the world – but it’s not done growing yet. As easy wins in the country’s major cities begin to dry up, sights are set on what comes next. Alibaba has an answer: smaller cities, which are thus far underserved ...
  • Mixed results send Domino’s down

    Mixed results send Domino’s down

    Managed, Thursday, 18 July 2019

    Fast food giant Domino’s Pizza reported results for the second quarter of the fiscal year. The company beat the Street on some metrics, but fell short on others. At a time when competition in the food order and delivery market is high and getting higher, this ...
  • Skyworks Solutions highlights positive sustainability performance in 2018 report

    Skyworks Solutions highlights positive sustainability performance in 2018 report

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 18 July 2019

    Skyworks Solutions, an “innovator of high-performance analogue semiconductors” that feature in smartphones and other devices, is keen to tell the world how environmentally friendly it is. This month, the company released its Sustainability Report 2018 ...
  • Prime Day got off to a strong start – and it’s not just big-ticket items anymore

    Prime Day got off to a strong start – and it’s not just big-ticket items anymore

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 17 July 2019

    Ecommerce giant Amazon’s annual Prime Day celebration, where the online giant offers deep discounts to members of its Prime scheme, has become one of the retail world’s standout events. The company has been able to turn what could have been ‘just ...
  • Facebook’s $5 billion fine actually made it money

    Facebook’s $5 billion fine actually made it money

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 17 July 2019

    When the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post broke recent news that social media titan Facebook would be fined $5 billion by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), readers were neatly divided in two. On the one side, there were people who perhaps don’t ...
  • Stella McCartney has jumped-ship to LVMH

    Stella McCartney has jumped-ship to LVMH

    Luxury, Wednesday, 17 July 2019

    High-end eponymous fashion brand Stella McCartney has announced that it has joined the world’s largest luxury company, LVMH. This will come as a surprise to many. Almost a year and a half ago, then-owner Kering sold back its 50% stake in Stella McCartney to ...
  • Amadeus looks to ethics with strengthened Key Travel partnership

    Amadeus looks to ethics with strengthened Key Travel partnership

    Managed, Wednesday, 17 July 2019

    IT giant Amadeus, the provider of backend services to a huge range of airports and other players in the travel sector, is furthering a long-standing partnership with ethical travel company Key Travel. Key Travel is a travel management company that works with ...
  • As Stranger Things 3 breaks Netflix’s records, Nielsen confirms the show is a MASSIVE hit

    As Stranger Things 3 breaks Netflix’s records, Nielsen confirms the show is a MASSIVE hit

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    Investors in the world’s streaming video market leader, Netflix, have good reason to feel confident this month, as new has broken that the company’s flagship piece of original content, Stranger Things, has broken internal records. The show, which ...
  • Ferrari deepens its hold on the auto industry’s wealthiest clients

    Ferrari deepens its hold on the auto industry’s wealthiest clients

    Luxury, Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    If you spent your youth dreaming about owning the best supercar money could buy, Ferrari might have just what you’re looking for. The world’s most iconic luxury supercar maker is known for its flawless design, racing pedigree, exclusivity, and high-price ...
  • Want to go viral? Inditex has the magic

    Want to go viral? Inditex has the magic

    Luxury, Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    In the marketing, creative, and PR worlds, the term “viral” doesn’t refer to being laid up with the flu – it describes the impact created when a piece of content becomes suddenly popular on the internet and starts being shared organically. ...
  • Charles River says new innovation lab will be open in “early 2020”

    Charles River says new innovation lab will be open in “early 2020”

    Managed, Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    Charles River Laboratories, a provider of laboratory services for the pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotech industries, has announced that it’s opening a new south San Francisco accelerator and development lab (CRADL) early next year. The company says ...
  • Alibaba looks to ramp up the excitement over this year’s Single’s Day

    Alibaba looks to ramp up the excitement over this year’s Single’s Day

    /managed-news-feed-articles, Monday, 15 July 2019

    By now, you’ve probably heard of Single’s Day. If not, here’s the short version: it’s a kind of Valentine’s Day equivalent for single people that was cooked up by a bunch of Chinese university students some years ago, and is now the ...
  • Amazon makes huge commitment to staff training

    Amazon makes huge commitment to staff training

    Ecommerce, Monday, 15 July 2019

    When ecommerce titan Amazon does something, it does it big. You just have to look at the company’s annual Prime Day celebrations, or scan through one of CEO and founder Jeff Bezos’s shareholder letters to realise that Amazon is a uniquely ambitious and ...
  • Adidas pledges to offer more support to minority employees

    Adidas pledges to offer more support to minority employees

    Luxury, Monday, 15 July 2019

    Sneaker-selling athleisure giant Adidas has recently reaffirmed its commitment to look after staff no matter their gender, sexuality, or racial identity. The company has come under fire recently as anonymous sources have spoken to the media about alleged ...
  • Compass Group snaps up “boutique” operator Dine Contract Catering

    Compass Group snaps up “boutique” operator Dine Contract Catering

    Managed, Monday, 15 July 2019

    Global catering giant Compass Group has made another acquisition just a month after purchasing Nordic catering business Fazer Food Services for 475 million euros. The company in question this time is a “boutique” foodservice operator, Dine Contract ...
  • Xylem Inc. announces ambitious new sustainability goals

    Xylem Inc. announces ambitious new sustainability goals

    Managed, Friday, 12 July 2019

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc. is one of the businesses at the forefront of the fight against climate change and ecological disaster. So it’s fitting that it’s amongst the world’s most proactive companies when it comes to actually ...
  • Galaxy Macau revamp underway in show of confidence from owner

    Galaxy Macau revamp underway in show of confidence from owner

    Luxury, Friday, 12 July 2019

    Galaxy Entertainment Group has confirmed that its flagship property, the Galaxy Macau resort on Cotai, is undergoing significant renovations. Along with other Galaxy properties, this renovation will cost $190 million – that’s a significant investment, ...
  • Baidu’s self-driving cars have racked up more-than a million miles in 13 Chinese cities

    Baidu’s self-driving cars have racked up more-than a million miles in 13 Chinese cities

    Managed, Friday, 12 July 2019

    Chinese internet giant Baidu, the company often described as a Chinese Google, hosted its Create AI developer conference in Beijing at the start of this month, and investors got an interesting take-away. The company’s self-driving program has racked up more ...
  • Spotify reorganises content for premium users

    Spotify reorganises content for premium users

    Ecommerce, Friday, 12 July 2019

    Streaming music market leader Spotify has been testing a new look for its premium users’ content library that has finally been given the green light. The basic takeaway is that podcasts and music will now be separated, and some new functionality will be added. ...
  • Starbucks and Amazon partner on new football documentary

    Starbucks and Amazon partner on new football documentary

    Managed, Thursday, 11 July 2019

    Coffeehouse kingpin Starbucks is finally realising its dreams of moving into the storytelling space. The company recently announced that it was partnering with ecommerce giant Amazon to create a six-part documentary about soccer called “This is ...
  • Hermes US boss sees in-store retailing “here for a while”

    Hermes US boss sees in-store retailing “here for a while”

    Luxury, Thursday, 11 July 2019

    Bob Chavez, US CEO of international luxury super-brand Hermes, recently spoke at the graduation ceremony of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s class of 2019. In conversation with the institution’s president, Paula Wallace, Chavez shone a light on ...
  • Leaks suggest Netflix boss is mandating stricter hold on purse strings

    Leaks suggest Netflix boss is mandating stricter hold on purse strings

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 11 July 2019

    Streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix has swiftly become a major producer of original content. The company’s homemade shows, including smash hits like Stranger Things and Orange is the New Black, have proved to be a hit with audiences around ...
  • Farfetch is all about sustainable fashion

    Farfetch is all about sustainable fashion

    Luxury, Thursday, 11 July 2019

    The fashion world’s foremost online sales platform, Farfetch, is all about sustainability. In championing the cause, Farfetch is leading a wider trend in the fashion world, which has become increasingly aware of its environmental impact in recent years. ...
  • Constellation Brands brings wine in a can to American Football fans

    Constellation Brands brings wine in a can to American Football fans

    Luxury, Wednesday, 10 July 2019

    Constellation Brands, the alcoholic drinks giant behind market-leading beer brands like Corona and Modello, is looking to find a giant new audience this summer: football fans who want their wine in a can. The company said that it has partnered with the NFL to ...
  • Visa: World Cup analysis shows world is going contactless

    Visa: World Cup analysis shows world is going contactless

    Wednesday, 10 July 2019

    Cashless transaction giant Visa has conducted analysis into payments made during the recent FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the picture it paints is one that is sure to bolster ecommerce investors’ confidence. According to Visa, a majority (51% of all ...

Latest News

  • JD.com uses automated vans to deliver goods

    JD.com uses automated vans to deliver goods

  • Marriott takes aim at Airbnb

    Marriott takes aim at Airbnb

  • Givaudan wants to enable quicker innovation and market access for start-ups – and it’s partnering with Buhler to do it

    Givaudan wants to enable quicker innovation and market access for start-ups – and it’s partnering with Buhler to do it

  • Xylem: digital water is “already here”

    Xylem: digital water is “already here”

  • When it comes to athleisure, running clubs are the new influencer

    When it comes to athleisure, running clubs are the new influencer

  • The battle is on for China’s next big ecommerce market – and Alibaba is in the lead

    The battle is on for China’s next big ecommerce market – and Alibaba is in the lead

  • Mixed results send Domino’s down

    Mixed results send Domino’s down

  • Prime Day got off to a strong start – and it’s not just big-ticket items anymore

    Prime Day got off to a strong start – and it’s not just big-ticket items anymore

  • Facebook’s $5 billion fine actually made it money

    Facebook’s $5 billion fine actually made it money

  • Stella McCartney has jumped-ship to LVMH

    Stella McCartney has jumped-ship to LVMH

  • Amadeus looks to ethics with strengthened Key Travel partnership

    Amadeus looks to ethics with strengthened Key Travel partnership

  • As Stranger Things 3 breaks Netflix’s records, Nielsen confirms the show is a MASSIVE hit

    As Stranger Things 3 breaks Netflix’s records, Nielsen confirms the show is a MASSIVE hit

  • Ferrari deepens its hold on the auto industry’s wealthiest clients

    Ferrari deepens its hold on the auto industry’s wealthiest clients

  • Want to go viral? Inditex has the magic

    Want to go viral? Inditex has the magic

  • Charles River says new innovation lab will be open in “early 2020”

    Charles River says new innovation lab will be open in “early 2020”

  • Alibaba looks to ramp up the excitement over this year’s Single’s Day

    Alibaba looks to ramp up the excitement over this year’s Single’s Day

  • Amazon makes huge commitment to staff training

    Amazon makes huge commitment to staff training

  • Adidas pledges to offer more support to minority employees

    Adidas pledges to offer more support to minority employees

  • Compass Group snaps up “boutique” operator Dine Contract Catering

    Compass Group snaps up “boutique” operator Dine Contract Catering

  • Xylem Inc. announces ambitious new sustainability goals

    Xylem Inc. announces ambitious new sustainability goals

  • Galaxy Macau revamp underway in show of confidence from owner

    Galaxy Macau revamp underway in show of confidence from owner

  • Baidu’s self-driving cars have racked up more-than a million miles in 13 Chinese cities

    Baidu’s self-driving cars have racked up more-than a million miles in 13 Chinese cities

  • Spotify reorganises content for premium users

    Spotify reorganises content for premium users

  • Starbucks and Amazon partner on new football documentary

    Starbucks and Amazon partner on new football documentary

  • Hermes US boss sees in-store retailing “here for a while”

    Hermes US boss sees in-store retailing “here for a while”

  • Leaks suggest Netflix boss is mandating stricter hold on purse strings

    Leaks suggest Netflix boss is mandating stricter hold on purse strings

  • Farfetch is all about sustainable fashion

    Farfetch is all about sustainable fashion

  • Constellation Brands brings wine in a can to American Football fans

    Constellation Brands brings wine in a can to American Football fans

  • Visa: World Cup analysis shows world is going contactless

    Visa: World Cup analysis shows world is going contactless

  • Idexx Laboratories sees change at the top – board confident in future performance

    Idexx Laboratories sees change at the top – board confident in future performance

  • Viasat partners with Centre for Appropriate Technology and Indigenous Business Australia to build Real-Time Earth ground station

    Viasat partners with Centre for Appropriate Technology and Indigenous Business Australia to build Real-Time Earth ground station

  • Is Big Tech’s hardware a defence against anti-trust regulators?

    Is Big Tech’s hardware a defence against anti-trust regulators?

  • As water crises loom, Xylem says smart tech is the way forward

    As water crises loom, Xylem says smart tech is the way forward

  • Global Payments acquires Total System Services in huge deal for fintech

    Global Payments acquires Total System Services in huge deal for fintech

  • Gucci banks on high-end jewellery for further growth

    Gucci banks on high-end jewellery for further growth

  • Nike’s fiscal fourth quarter was great for revenue – but currency effects hit earnings

    Nike’s fiscal fourth quarter was great for revenue – but currency effects hit earnings

  • Take-Two games will appear on streaming platforms – but boss thinks they’re overhyped

    Take-Two games will appear on streaming platforms – but boss thinks they’re overhyped

  • Project Loon heads to Kenya for first commercial trial

    Project Loon heads to Kenya for first commercial trial

  • BYD makes its way into London

    BYD makes its way into London

  • Netflix to announce “blockbuster” deal with Pinewood Group

    Netflix to announce “blockbuster” deal with Pinewood Group

  • Amazon to hire 2,000 UK staff to work on Big Tech

    Amazon to hire 2,000 UK staff to work on Big Tech

  • It was a bold move, but Spotify puts an end to indie artists

    It was a bold move, but Spotify puts an end to indie artists

  • Self-driving cars get a safety blueprint

    Self-driving cars get a safety blueprint

  • For Visa and Mastercard, India is a tough market to crack – but it’s also a potential goldmine

    For Visa and Mastercard, India is a tough market to crack – but it’s also a potential goldmine

  • Royal Caribbean extends fleet, moves towards greener operations

    Royal Caribbean extends fleet, moves towards greener operations

  • Pernod Ricard looks to optimise supply chain with AI and machine learning

    Pernod Ricard looks to optimise supply chain with AI and machine learning

  • Amadeus IT moves closer to smart airports with ICM Airport Technics acquisition

    Amadeus IT moves closer to smart airports with ICM Airport Technics acquisition

  • Constellation Brands sees success in first quarter

    Constellation Brands sees success in first quarter

  • Alphabet pushes to keep smart city dream alive

    Alphabet pushes to keep smart city dream alive

  • GlaxoSmithKline puts focus on bringing drugs to market faster

    GlaxoSmithKline puts focus on bringing drugs to market faster

  • Kering has a new target: violence against women

    Kering has a new target: violence against women

  • Investment Outlook for July

    Investment Outlook for July

  • Grubhub: growth of plant-based meat orders is “staggering”

    Grubhub: growth of plant-based meat orders is “staggering”

  • Macau casinos leverage AI and facial recognition for further growth

    Macau casinos leverage AI and facial recognition for further growth

  • BYD in talks to provide India with electric vehicles

    BYD in talks to provide India with electric vehicles

  • Facebook is number one in the Philippines

    Facebook is number one in the Philippines

  • Marriott wants to push further into travel & homesharing

    Marriott wants to push further into travel & homesharing

  • What’s Amazon’s strategy for live sports?

    What’s Amazon’s strategy for live sports?

  • Interested in a post-meat world? Givaudan’s got your back!

    Interested in a post-meat world? Givaudan’s got your back!

  • Directors Guild continues the war on Netflix – but, for now, big awards shows don’t follow suit

    Directors Guild continues the war on Netflix – but, for now, big awards shows don’t follow suit

  • Instagram Explore promises to be a $1 billion advertising goldmine for Facebook

    Instagram Explore promises to be a $1 billion advertising goldmine for Facebook

  • Alibaba looks to double the number of brands it works with internationally

    Alibaba looks to double the number of brands it works with internationally

  • LVMH makes bold inclusivity statement with support of LGBTQ rights

    LVMH makes bold inclusivity statement with support of LGBTQ rights

  • Ferrari’s luxury pedigree is on proud display as icon model classified “work of art”

    Ferrari’s luxury pedigree is on proud display as icon model classified “work of art”

  • Live Nation and Adobe partner on “Creative Tour”

    Live Nation and Adobe partner on “Creative Tour”

  • Good news for Novartis as judge blocks generic competitors

    Good news for Novartis as judge blocks generic competitors

  • JD.com’s logistics arm raises $218 million

    JD.com’s logistics arm raises $218 million

  • Facebook to launch independent oversight board to review content decisions

    Facebook to launch independent oversight board to review content decisions

  • Hermes moves into “bespoke” items… like fishing sets!

    Hermes moves into “bespoke” items… like fishing sets!

  • Xylem: why industry can’t ignore smart water tech

    Xylem: why industry can’t ignore smart water tech

  • Inditex’s new growth strategy – cut stores, boost space

    Inditex’s new growth strategy – cut stores, boost space

  • Marriott puts innovation first and sees huge opportunities for growth

    Marriott puts innovation first and sees huge opportunities for growth

  • Netflix: users may add other services, but they won’t cancel Netflix

    Netflix: users may add other services, but they won’t cancel Netflix

  • Mastercard embraces inclusivity, allows transgender and non-binary customers to use their real names on cards

    Mastercard embraces inclusivity, allows transgender and non-binary customers to use their real names on cards

  • Is Grand Theft Auto 6 closer than gamers think?

    Is Grand Theft Auto 6 closer than gamers think?

  • Shopify to follow Amazon’s lead with US fulfilment centres

    Shopify to follow Amazon’s lead with US fulfilment centres

  • Estee Lauder moves to fight animal cruelty

    Estee Lauder moves to fight animal cruelty

  • PayPal COO exits the company at the end of this year

    PayPal COO exits the company at the end of this year

  • Alibaba looks to gamify ethics

    Alibaba looks to gamify ethics

  • Match’s Mandy Ginsberg on the importance of innovation

    Match’s Mandy Ginsberg on the importance of innovation

  • Kering CEO: more than 50% of customers for “some brands” are millennials and Gen Z

    Kering CEO: more than 50% of customers for “some brands” are millennials and Gen Z

  • Chinese electric vehicle specialist BYD partners with Macquerie over electric trucks in Australia

    Chinese electric vehicle specialist BYD partners with Macquerie over electric trucks in Australia

  • Givaudan opens new innovation centre in Switzerland, focussing on new solutions

    Givaudan opens new innovation centre in Switzerland, focussing on new solutions

  • Farfetch joins Facebook’s Libra initiative

    Farfetch joins Facebook’s Libra initiative

  • Adobe can now create algorithms that paint like the masters

    Adobe can now create algorithms that paint like the masters

  • Baidu sees major growth on the way for autonomous car OS

    Baidu sees major growth on the way for autonomous car OS

  • Cognizant makes second Irish acquisition in three months with Zenith deal

    Cognizant makes second Irish acquisition in three months with Zenith deal

  • Royal Caribbean is leading the way towards “data-driven cruising”

    Royal Caribbean is leading the way towards “data-driven cruising”

  • As regulators mull break-up, Alphabet investors could see a 50% upside

    As regulators mull break-up, Alphabet investors could see a 50% upside

  • Amazon responds to AOC criticism, champions higher minimum wage

    Amazon responds to AOC criticism, champions higher minimum wage

  • Domino’s Pizza puts delivery robots on Texas streets

    Domino’s Pizza puts delivery robots on Texas streets

  • Will Take-Two Interactive have another smash hit franchise on its hands with The Outer Worlds?

    Will Take-Two Interactive have another smash hit franchise on its hands with The Outer Worlds?

  • Facebook’s getting into the cryptocurrency business – and it’s bringing some of the biggest names in payments with it

    Facebook’s getting into the cryptocurrency business – and it’s bringing some of the biggest names in payments with it

  • GlaxoSmithKline partners with University of California to spur drug discovery

    GlaxoSmithKline partners with University of California to spur drug discovery

  • Pernod Ricard buys majority stake in Rabbit Hole Whiskey

    Pernod Ricard buys majority stake in Rabbit Hole Whiskey

  • Record sales demonstrate Inditex’s expansion is a great success

    Record sales demonstrate Inditex’s expansion is a great success

  • Grubhub share price soars as it beats off the big boys

    Grubhub share price soars as it beats off the big boys

  • Starbucks’ secret innovation lab is the key to its future

    Starbucks’ secret innovation lab is the key to its future

  • Compass Group to buy Fazer Food Services

    Compass Group to buy Fazer Food Services

  • Spotify is winning the war in India

    Spotify is winning the war in India

  • PayPal is in the market for new strategic investments

    PayPal is in the market for new strategic investments

  • Alibaba announces that its voice-controlled assistant will feature in Chinese cars

    Alibaba announces that its voice-controlled assistant will feature in Chinese cars

  • Farfetch to sell on China’s JD.com platform

    Farfetch to sell on China’s JD.com platform

  • Amazon will be making drone deliveries “within months”

    Amazon will be making drone deliveries “within months”

  • Live Nation begins investing in female-led companies

    Live Nation begins investing in female-led companies

  • Starbucks gets spooky with Chinese ghost stores

    Starbucks gets spooky with Chinese ghost stores

  • Shopify releases State of Commerce Report to share “global insights”

    Shopify releases State of Commerce Report to share “global insights”

  • China is major market for electric cars – Beijing works to avoid a crash

    China is major market for electric cars – Beijing works to avoid a crash

  • Marriott drives deeper into the experiential

    Marriott drives deeper into the experiential

  • Adidas continues fight to save oceans from plastic waste

    Adidas continues fight to save oceans from plastic waste

  • Mastercard: “the next five to ten years will be all about the app”

    Mastercard: “the next five to ten years will be all about the app”

  • Meet Spotify’s newest stars – the Obamas!

    Meet Spotify’s newest stars – the Obamas!

  • JD.com’s big bet for growth: 5,000 traditional retail franchisees

    JD.com’s big bet for growth: 5,000 traditional retail franchisees

  • Kering turns to artificial intelligence to continue growth trajectory

    Kering turns to artificial intelligence to continue growth trajectory

  • GlaxoSmithKline’s asthma drug gets a boost as FDA approves “at-home” treatment

    GlaxoSmithKline’s asthma drug gets a boost as FDA approves “at-home” treatment

  • Take-Two CEO: don’t overestimate the impact of Fortnite on the industry

    Take-Two CEO: don’t overestimate the impact of Fortnite on the industry

  • LVMH experiencing “unheard of growth rates” in China

    LVMH experiencing “unheard of growth rates” in China

  • GoDaddy sets its sights on Indian small businesses with new internet bundle

    GoDaddy sets its sights on Indian small businesses with new internet bundle

  • Amazon to spend “billions” of dollars on “thousands” of satellites

    Amazon to spend “billions” of dollars on “thousands” of satellites

  • As anti-trust attacks mount, Big Tech makes its defences plain

    As anti-trust attacks mount, Big Tech makes its defences plain

  • Cord-cutting continues apace – and Netflix is so dominant domestically, it will have to look to international markets for growth

    Cord-cutting continues apace – and Netflix is so dominant domestically, it will have to look to international markets for growth

  • Inditex gets a new CEO – but don’t worry, Pablo Isla isn’t going anywhere!

    Inditex gets a new CEO – but don’t worry, Pablo Isla isn’t going anywhere!

  • Idexx Laboratories says millennials will continue to drive pet-care craze through the roof

    Idexx Laboratories says millennials will continue to drive pet-care craze through the roof

  • GlaxoSmithKline adds its voice to calls for new ways to price drugs

    GlaxoSmithKline adds its voice to calls for new ways to price drugs

  • Facebook continues integration with Instagram as it appoints second-in-command

    Facebook continues integration with Instagram as it appoints second-in-command

  • Ferrari has embraced electrification – and now, we have the proof

    Ferrari has embraced electrification – and now, we have the proof

  • Anta Sports hits back at short-sellers, as Lululemon founder takes a stake

    Anta Sports hits back at short-sellers, as Lululemon founder takes a stake

  • Alphabet comes under US antitrust scrutiny… but it has a well-written playbook to draw from

    Alphabet comes under US antitrust scrutiny… but it has a well-written playbook to draw from

  • Galaxy Entertainment Group: Ted Chan talks Japan

    Galaxy Entertainment Group: Ted Chan talks Japan

  • Spotify moves to embrace social listening

    Spotify moves to embrace social listening

  • Xylem announces dry-pit pump testing centre in Sweden

    Xylem announces dry-pit pump testing centre in Sweden

  • Investment Outlook for June 2019

    Investment Outlook for June 2019

  • Kering to ban fashion houses from using “underage” models

    Kering to ban fashion houses from using “underage” models

  • Mastercard partners with Samsung on ID verification

    Mastercard partners with Samsung on ID verification

  • Domino’s brings artificial intelligence quality scans to the pizza world

    Domino’s brings artificial intelligence quality scans to the pizza world

  • Amazon’s next miracle device? Something that can read your emotions!

    Amazon’s next miracle device? Something that can read your emotions!

  • PayPal looks forward to a future without eBay

    PayPal looks forward to a future without eBay

  • Baidu partners with CITIC and looks for $1 billion to build an online bank

    Baidu partners with CITIC and looks for $1 billion to build an online bank

  • Moncler’s new strategy continues to pay off – sales rose 14% in the first quarter

    Moncler’s new strategy continues to pay off – sales rose 14% in the first quarter

  • Facebook’s new algorithm brings “worthwhile” and “close friend” content to more news feeds

    Facebook’s new algorithm brings “worthwhile” and “close friend” content to more news feeds

  • Mastercard inks deal with Lyft giving workers immediate access to funds

    Mastercard inks deal with Lyft giving workers immediate access to funds

  • Live Nation’s Rapino named most impactful executive in music by Pollstar

    Live Nation’s Rapino named most impactful executive in music by Pollstar

  • Spotify finally makes a tentative move into hardware with car smart assistant

    Spotify finally makes a tentative move into hardware with car smart assistant

  • Galaxy Entertainment Group: how can Japan be competitive in Asian gaming and leisure market? Focus on quality, not price

    Galaxy Entertainment Group: how can Japan be competitive in Asian gaming and leisure market? Focus on quality, not price

  • Is regulation the only way to deal with digital disinformation?

    Is regulation the only way to deal with digital disinformation?

  • Netflix continues to bank on its original content for good reason

    Netflix continues to bank on its original content for good reason

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    With a new satellite on the way, and dominance in in-flight internet, Viasat is set to continue its incredible journey

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    What’s the secret behind the boom in pet spending? Mostly, it’s preventative care

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    What does the future hold for Amazon? These investments tell a story!

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    Tinder takes aim at emerging markets with new lite version

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    In fashion, sometimes it’s best to not be a first-mover

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    A surprising side-effect of 996 culture: luxury consumption

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    Take-Two Interactive boss raises doubts over viability of subscription service for gaming

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    JD looks to race ahead with $55 million investment in connected fleet

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    Mastercard pledges $1 billion India investment, could double Indian workforce

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    eSports update: young people now spend more time watching others play video games than they do watching professional sport

  • For electric vehicle makers, China dominates

    For electric vehicle makers, China dominates

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    India wants to implement cashless infrastructure by 2021

  • For spirits in western Europe, the strategy’s clear: premiumisation and innovation

    For spirits in western Europe, the strategy’s clear: premiumisation and innovation

  • Novartis wants to shake up US drug pricing system before releasing new gene therapy

    Novartis wants to shake up US drug pricing system before releasing new gene therapy

  • Shopify debuts new retail hardware – owns multichannel retailing

    Shopify debuts new retail hardware – owns multichannel retailing

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    Richemont sales go sky high thanks to online platforms

  • Givaudan acquires Golden Frog, Vietnamese flavour company

    Givaudan acquires Golden Frog, Vietnamese flavour company

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    As cashless, online, and mobile expand, ATMs begin to contract

  • Adidas joins footwear companies in open letter condemning Trump tariffs

    Adidas joins footwear companies in open letter condemning Trump tariffs

  • Facebook’s making great strides with robots – here’s why that matters

    Facebook’s making great strides with robots – here’s why that matters

  • Day time drinking has convinced LVMH to make a rose acquisition

    Day time drinking has convinced LVMH to make a rose acquisition

  • Amazon buys stake in Deliveroo, sights set on lucrative food delivery market

    Amazon buys stake in Deliveroo, sights set on lucrative food delivery market

  • In China, even motor races are evolving towards driverless cars

    In China, even motor races are evolving towards driverless cars

  • Baidu posts first loss since going public as China slowdown hits business

    Baidu posts first loss since going public as China slowdown hits business

  • Charles River acquires Resero Analytics

    Charles River acquires Resero Analytics

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    Alibaba smashes Street’s expectations, defies China slowdown, and raises guidance

  • Farfetch stock bounces on mixed results

    Farfetch stock bounces on mixed results

  • GoDaddy goes to war against fake supplements online

    GoDaddy goes to war against fake supplements online

  • Compass Group sees its share price jump on back of strong first half

    Compass Group sees its share price jump on back of strong first half

  • Adobe confident despite trade war

    Adobe confident despite trade war

  • Alphabet looks to consolidate lead in online advertising

    Alphabet looks to consolidate lead in online advertising

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    Want to drive a real James Bond supercar? You’re in luck…

  • Farfetch embraces pre-loved designer handbags

    Farfetch embraces pre-loved designer handbags

  • Big Pharma turns its attention to China

    Big Pharma turns its attention to China

  • Mixed results cause a drop, then a rise, in Take-Two’s share price

    Mixed results cause a drop, then a rise, in Take-Two’s share price

  • Amazon deepens multichannel offering with click-and-collect counters in UK and Italian retail stores

    Amazon deepens multichannel offering with click-and-collect counters in UK and Italian retail stores

  • Constellation Brands is winning in beer – and it’s positioned to win some more

    Constellation Brands is winning in beer – and it’s positioned to win some more

  • Clegg responds to breakup calls from Facebook co-founder

    Clegg responds to breakup calls from Facebook co-founder

  • Givaudan offers advice to smaller prospective partners

    Givaudan offers advice to smaller prospective partners

  • Alibaba looks to international markets for growth

    Alibaba looks to international markets for growth

  • EssilorLuxottica solves leadership dispute – peace breaks out between France and Italy

    EssilorLuxottica solves leadership dispute – peace breaks out between France and Italy

  • JD.com crushes the Street’s predictions for first quarter

    JD.com crushes the Street’s predictions for first quarter

  • Amazon announces major move towards automation at its US warehouses

    Amazon announces major move towards automation at its US warehouses

  • Rihanna & LVMH: it’s official, and it’s coming soon

    Rihanna & LVMH: it’s official, and it’s coming soon

  • Marriott beats on earnings, but weak guidance holds share price back

    Marriott beats on earnings, but weak guidance holds share price back

  • As tinder numbers rise, so does Match’s share price

    As tinder numbers rise, so does Match’s share price

  • Spotify is listening, with interactive ads

    Spotify is listening, with interactive ads

  • Facebook will work out of London to drive global WhatsApp mobile payments

    Facebook will work out of London to drive global WhatsApp mobile payments

  • Booking Holdings: mixed results, but strong fundamentals send the share price up

    Booking Holdings: mixed results, but strong fundamentals send the share price up

  • Adidas profit soars, share price hits new high as a result

    Adidas profit soars, share price hits new high as a result

  • Ferrari’s latest quarterly figures beat the Street, share price races out ahead

    Ferrari’s latest quarterly figures beat the Street, share price races out ahead

  • Live Nation sees highest-ever adjusted operating income in strong first quarter

    Live Nation sees highest-ever adjusted operating income in strong first quarter

  • Charles River beats the Street on top- and bottom-lines

    Charles River beats the Street on top- and bottom-lines

  • Market Timing: Waiting for Godot

    Market Timing: Waiting for Godot

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