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  • Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Luxury, Monday, 21 January 2019

    Few names in the luxury sector command the kind of respect Hermes does. The French company is famous for its high-end Birkin handbags, which come with a years-long waiting line and frequently sell at auction for hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, if the ...
  • Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

    Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

    Ecommerce, Monday, 21 January 2019

    It’s a familiar story: you sign up for a month-long free trial, decide a service isn’t for you, forget to cancel it, and just like that you have a direct debit going out of your account every month. Depending on which company we’re talking about ...
  • Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

    Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

    Ecommerce, Monday, 21 January 2019

    Ever heard of ecommerce giant Amazon’s MARS conference? Unless you’re on a very selective list of invitees, the answer is probably not. The planet-like acronym, in this instance, stands for Machine learning, Automation, Robotics, and Space, and the ...
  • LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    Managed, Monday, 21 January 2019

    Rihanna is more than just a pop star – she’s a global brand in-and-of herself. The singer and fashion icon has carved out a unique place in popular culture, and has a devoted following of fans. Now, she might be about to make history by becoming luxury ...
  • Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

    Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

    Ecommerce, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix reported quarterly earnings after the bell last night, and its share price declined as a result. The reason for the decline is simple: Netflix hasn’t brought in as much revenue as investors would like. ...
  • Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Luxury, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Royal Caribbean is known as one of the world’s major cruise providers – but now the company has branched out into another type of holiday experience, with the debut of five private islands! The ‘Perfect Day’ private islands will open over the ...
  • Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Luxury, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Gender equality is a major talking point in industry, as a number of factors over the last few years have highlighted the fact that there’s still a glass ceiling. Some of those factors include the (increasingly public) disparity between what male celebrities ...
  • Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Managed, Friday, 18 January 2019

    Tinder and Spotify have a lot in common: they’re both market-leading apps, they’ve both conquered their respective industries, and they’re both popular with young people looking to have fun. So, the obvious question is: why don’t they work ...
  • Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

    Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    After the bell today, streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix will report earnings for the quarter ended December. And, if the market is anything to go by, expectations are high. Since Christmas Eve, the company’s share price has soared by 37% - ...
  • Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Managed, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    Domino’s Pizza has no interest in switching its delivery service over to Grubhub, Uber Eats, or any of the other order and delivery apps that are currently winning big with Millennials all over the US. The reason is that the company thinks keeping its ...
  • China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    China might be experiencing a softening of demand (at least, that’s the rumour) but one product that still goes over very well in the country is premium wines. It’s not just China that likes a classy wine – globally, drinkers have been gravitating ...
  • How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 January 2019

    Take-Two Interactive Software, the market-leading publisher behind a host of popular video game franchises like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, is reportedly paying up to $1.1 billion in licensing fees to the NBA and the NBPA. The payments, due over the ...
  • Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Xylem Inc., the global water-technology company spearheading the fight against an impending water crisis, has just scored another win: establishing monitoring devices throughout the rive Nile in Egypt. When we think of the coming water crisis, we tend to focus on ...
  • Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Aptiv, the company that’s driving the auto-industry into the future, focussing on trends like automation, connectivity, and electrification, has a fleet of 75 autonomous vehicles in Las Vegas (30 of which are operated in conjunction with ride-hailing firm ...
  • Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

    Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    According to new research from digital marketing firm Zion & Zion, food ordering and delivery app Grubhub is more popular than any of its competitors. The app has 37.8% market share, with Uber Eats trailing closely behind at 36% and DoorDash in third place at ...
  • PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    Luxury, Wednesday, 16 January 2019

    Sustainability is one of the major watchwords in fashion right now, as trend setters around the globe look for ways to make their wares more ecologically friendly. Of course, there’s a moral dimension to this – protecting the planet for those that will ...
  • New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    Global investment giant KKR released a report last week that clearly pinpoints one group as poised to “reshape the global consumer market”. That group, as long-time readers of this newsfeed may already suspect, is one we talk about a lot: Asian ...
  • Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Managed, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    In another of today’s newsfeed stories, we reiterated something we’ve been saying for years: China is a massive power when it comes to global consumption and the future of retail. But here is a corollary fact: if China is a big part of the future of ...
  • We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

    We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    The soon-to-be world’s most eligible bachelor, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has never made a secret of his plans to turn Amazon into an ‘everything shop’. Many people would say it’s nearly there. And, if the company’s forays into new ...
  • Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    Rob Sands, the outgoing CEO of Constellation Brands, the US alcoholic beverage giant behind brands like Corona beer, thinks the market is failing to see the strength behind his company. After a lacklustre year so far, Sands thinks that a “total ...
  • Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Luxury, Monday, 14 January 2019

    According to luxury conglomerate Richemont (owner of Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and other high-class brands) “yellow vest” protests in France weighed on luxury sales at the end of 2018. The world’s second-largest luxury group reported ...
  • Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

    Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

    Ecommerce, Monday, 14 January 2019

    Expedia president and CEO Mark Okerstrom has high hopes for growth in the coming years. Despite recently explaining his view that Expedia was now competing with the likes of Google and Facebook, the online travel expert’s head honcho noted that the global ...
  • Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Luxury, Monday, 14 January 2019

    In the fast-moving fashion world, brands have to evolve to stay current. With that in mind, Fashion giant PVH Corp’s iconic Calvin Klein (CK) has announced a number of big changes in recent days that look set to reinvigorate its position in the market. First, ...
  • Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Managed, Monday, 14 January 2019

    Charles River, a major facilitator of drug development and research innovations for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, has formed a “strategic alliance” with Atomwise, the inventor of the first deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) ...
  • Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

    Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

    Ecommerce, Friday, 11 January 2019

    The big news this week – at least in the technology sector – is this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. It’s the tech sector’s biggest event of the year, and often gives consumers a sneak peak at the trends that will be propelling ...
  • Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Luxury, Friday, 11 January 2019

    Streaming music market leader Spotify is experimenting with a new way to put brands in front of listeners. The company curates a ‘Discover Weekly’ playlist for each user – it’s a popular feature that helps to put Spotify out ahead of its ...
  • More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    Managed, Friday, 11 January 2019

    In-car mobile payments have been a talking point for a while now, but for some reason, the technology always seems to be a stumbling block. As we found out this week at 2019’s Consumer Electronics Show, that might be about to change. The reason? Cashless ...
  • Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

    Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

    Ecommerce, Friday, 11 January 2019

    How do Millennials like to shop? As almost all successful retailers will tell you, the answer to that is online. That doesn’t necessarily mean that brick-and-mortar is done for – there’s still a place to experiment with products that you want to ...
  • Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Luxury, Thursday, 10 January 2019

    By now, Apple’s difficulties in China are well-known. And many investors are extrapolating a question from them: does Apple’s failure to shift iPhones finally prove what we’ve been worrying about months – is Chinese demand for luxury about to ...
  • Baidu: well my voice assistant sold 200 million!

    Baidu: well my voice assistant sold 200 million!

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 10 January 2019

    At the beginning of this week, we reported on Amazon’s surprise announcement that it had shifted 100 million devices with its virtual personal assistant Alexa. Now, Chinese internet giant Baidu has joined the party, announcing that its own voice assistant has ...

Latest News

  • Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

    Hermes does watches – but not the same way as everyone else

  • Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

    Burned by free trials? Mastercard has your back

  • Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

    Amazon makes MARS offshoot open to the public

  • LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

    LVMH and Rihanna prepare to make history

  • Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

    Netflix’s share price declines after narrow miss on revenue, beat on earnings and subscriber growth

  • Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

    Royal Caribbean will now take you to its own private islands!

  • Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

    Estee Lauder named in Bloomberg 2019 Gender Equality Index

  • Tinder and Spotify – better together

    Tinder and Spotify – better together

  • Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

    Just prior to its earnings release, Netflix is rallying hard – here’s why

  • Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

    Domino’s Pizza sees US consumer as “really strong”, vows to keep control of delivery

  • China still has a thirst for luxury wine

    China still has a thirst for luxury wine

  • How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

    How sold is Take-Two Interactive on basketball? A billion dollars says a lot!

  • Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

    Xylem instrumental in protecting the Nile from pollution

  • Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

    Aptiv’s fleet of driverless cars becoming more “human-like”

  • Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

    Grubhub most popular food delivery app in US

  • PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

    PVH Corp joins Global Fashion Agenda

  • New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

    New Report: Asian millennials to drive global consumption wave

  • Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

    Alibaba positions itself as perfect platform for brands entering China

  • We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

    We’re approaching a world where you could live on Amazon alone

  • Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

    Constellation CEO: worries are overdone – business remains strong

  • Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

    Richemont: yellow vests dent sales, China still strong

  • Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

    Expedia’s HomeAway brand sees room to grow in “alternative housing”

  • Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

    Calvin Klein boss talks strategy

  • Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

    Charles River Laboratories and Atomwise leverage AI towards drug innovations

  • Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

    Google goes on the offensive at CES 2019

  • Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

    Spotify lets brands in on the weekly playlist

  • More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

    More news from CES 2019: have Visa and SiriusXM solved in-car mobile payments?

  • Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

    Millennial consumerism is driving delivery services

  • Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

    Apple or China – where does the problem lie?

  • Baidu: well my voice assistant sold 200 million!

    Baidu: well my voice assistant sold 200 million!

  • Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

    Alibaba makes further in-roads in big data with Data Artisans acquisition

  • CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

    CTS Eventim’s software gets first non-ticketing use

  • As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

    As Brexit looms, Mr. Bond’s favourite carmaker puts contingency plans in motion

  • Amazon and Walmart join forces to lobby over Indian ecommerce

    Amazon and Walmart join forces to lobby over Indian ecommerce

  • GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

    GlaxoSmithKline continues to reposition itself under CEO Emma Walmsley

  • Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

    Assa Abloy engages in spate of acquisitions to spur growth

  • Amazon releases closely guarded secret in surprise data-drop!

    Amazon releases closely guarded secret in surprise data-drop!

  • Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

    Moncler uses star power to sell out of even the least likely products

  • PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

    PayPal India reports a twelve-fold increase in revenue!

  • It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

    It’s official: Anta Sports is buying Amer Sports

  • Is Netflix looking at ways to make more (or spend less) money?

    Is Netflix looking at ways to make more (or spend less) money?

  • What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

    What’s next for Aptiv? Sensors that will let your car gauge your mood!

  • Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

    Verily receives $1 billion from Silver Lake-led funding round

  • Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

    Richemont partners with Alibaba to fight counterfeiting

  • 2019 – The Year Ahead

    2019 – The Year Ahead

  • Apple goes ex-growth

    Apple goes ex-growth

  • Google sets new precedents in landmark facial recognition lawsuit

    Google sets new precedents in landmark facial recognition lawsuit

  • Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

    Norway a trail blazer in electric vehicles

  • Netflix ends 2018 with a bang

    Netflix ends 2018 with a bang

  • China ends video game licensing freeze

    China ends video game licensing freeze

  • Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

    Live Nation prepares for Woodstock 50 in partnership with Bethel Woods

  • Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

    Three big names sign up to Givaudan’s Mista innovation platform

  • Investment Outlook for January 2019

    Investment Outlook for January 2019

  • Forget the tech backlash – Amazon has just had a record holiday season!

    Forget the tech backlash – Amazon has just had a record holiday season!

  • Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

    Expedia CEO: Google is biggest competitor, but we’re not calling for regulation

  • Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

    Estee Lauder looks to Chinese travellers with largest ever travel retail store NY opening

  • Happy Holidays from Dominion, see you in the New Year

    Happy Holidays from Dominion, see you in the New Year

  • Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

    Take-Two Interactive raises possibility of a business beyond gaming

  • BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

    BYD pushes further into Chile thanks to 100-strong electric bus fleet

  • Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

    Xylem partners with H2O to fund innovative water start-ups

  • The common wisdom is wrong again – streaming and theatrical aren’t at war

    The common wisdom is wrong again – streaming and theatrical aren’t at war

  • Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

    Facebook collaboration could give PayPal massive boost

  • H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

    H&M reports fastest quarterly sales growth in three years

  • Amazon’s not the only one investing in cities – Google commits “more than” $1 billion to NYC campus

    Amazon’s not the only one investing in cities – Google commits “more than” $1 billion to NYC campus

  • Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

    Aptiv expands capabilities with Las Vegas technical centre; announces autonomous driving “milestone”

  • Mastercard: disrupting cash will lead to a better, more prosperous, future

    Mastercard: disrupting cash will lead to a better, more prosperous, future

  • LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

    LVMH makes $2.6 billion bet that luxury shoppers will carry on travelling

  • Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

    Blizzard looks to mobile for next iterations of multibillion-dollar franchises

  • Global Payments’ TouchNet awarded ‘Partner of the Year’ by Ellucian

    Global Payments’ TouchNet awarded ‘Partner of the Year’ by Ellucian

  • Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

    Pet foods are going out of business as trend towards Millennial “fur babies” continues

  • Novartis gets European Commission approval for new self-treatment

    Novartis gets European Commission approval for new self-treatment

  • Scout24 sees share price soar as it explores a sale

    Scout24 sees share price soar as it explores a sale

  • Starbucks brings high-end roastery to New York City

    Starbucks brings high-end roastery to New York City

  • What’s Starbucks’ plan for sustained success in China? Delivery dominance

    What’s Starbucks’ plan for sustained success in China? Delivery dominance

  • Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

    Zara: currency swings and warm weather dent profit, but business model looks strong in third quarter

  • PayPal pushes Xoom into Canada

    PayPal pushes Xoom into Canada

  • Google goes to Congress… but what did we learn?

    Google goes to Congress… but what did we learn?

  • Grubhub shares insights on what food the US is craving

    Grubhub shares insights on what food the US is craving

  • BYD Co. planning IPO for battery unit by 2022

    BYD Co. planning IPO for battery unit by 2022

  • Live Nation acquires leading Swiss promoter Mainland Music

    Live Nation acquires leading Swiss promoter Mainland Music

  • Kering looks to boost sustainable start-ups in China with new award

    Kering looks to boost sustainable start-ups in China with new award

  • H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

    H&M embraces ethical business – and that could play well with Millennials

  • Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

    Is Amazon planning to ‘Go’ outside the US?

  • Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

    Constellation Brands taps up female entrepreneurs in bid for popularity amongst women

  • Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

    Assa Abloy wireless handle wins 2018 Innovative Achievement Award

  • Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

    Anta-led consortium moves closer to Amer takeover

  • UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

    UBS: Alphabet’s self-driving car business could be worth $114 billion by 2030

  • Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

    Marriott befriends protestors with cage-free eggs and vegan sandwiches

  • Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

    Eurofins expands advanced materials sciences footprint with Netherlands outsourcing deal

  • Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

    Givaudan aims to drum up interest in Kitchen Ingredients for foodie brands

  • Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

    Activision Blizzard furthers eSports initiative with merchandising deal

  • Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

    Alibaba moves into Europe as Belgium signs up to new electronic trade initiative

  • Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

    Match CEO: What all online daters have in common

  • Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

    Netflix pays $100 million for another year of Friends – it’s probably money well spent

  • Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

    Starbucks goes to war – with an unexpected opponent

  • Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

    Adidas is using “dark social” to gain the edge on competitors

  • PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

    PayPal unconcerned over anti-competitive claims

  • GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

    GlaxoSmithKline acquires cancer-killer Tesaro for $5.1 billion

  • The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

    The future of luggage is green at Samsonite

  • US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

    US Consumer Debt: The Next Financial Crisis?

  • Fortune smiles on Macau this November

    Fortune smiles on Macau this November

  • Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

    Amazon is SO CLOSE to being the world’s most valuable company

  • FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

    FedEx brings ‘Holiday Joy’ to the streets with mobile gifting truck

  • Economic Outlook for December 2018

    Economic Outlook for December 2018

  • The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal demonstrates the power of Big Data in Big Tech

  • Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

    Netflix dips its toe into theatres – but it doesn’t want you to know

  • PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

    PVH posts mixed results for third quarter

  • Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

    Alphabet takes aim at disease-bearing blood suckers

  • Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

    Fed: millennials are just like boomers… but poor

  • Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

    Constellation’s incoming CEO: broadening distribution for beer business “single biggest growth opportunity” on the horizon

  • Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

    Visa takes a stake in Indian ecommerce scene

  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday: digital sales of games rising, Take-Two and Activision Blizzard are winners over weekend

  • Amazon Web Services to offer satellite service

    Amazon Web Services to offer satellite service

  • Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

    Kering decides to go it alone in ecommerce, drops Yoox Net-a-Porter deal

  • Richemont sees watch sales rise 7% in first half

    Luxury titan Richemont, well-known for its watch and jewellery brands such as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, has reported “high single digit growth in watches” for the first half of 2018. The company said that watch sales increased by 7% year over year t

  • Amazon saw biggest shopping day ever last weekend

    Amazon saw biggest shopping day ever last weekend

  • Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

    Has Spotify scored India!? If so, the payoff could be significant

  • Starbucks breaks new sustainability grounds by proving that you can recycle coffee cups

    Starbucks breaks new sustainability grounds by proving that you can recycle coffee cups

  • Xylem CEO: “smart water is the next disruption”

    Xylem CEO: “smart water is the next disruption”

  • Looking for a business loan? PayPal wants to help

    Looking for a business loan? PayPal wants to help

  • Expedia CEO talks tough on China future

    Expedia CEO talks tough on China future

  • Assa Abloy finds first partners for CLIQ Go

    Assa Abloy finds first partners for CLIQ Go

  • Bombardier in the lead for New Jersey rail deal

    Bombardier in the lead for New Jersey rail deal

  • GoDaddy integrates with new Google tools to help small businesses conquer search engine rankings

    GoDaddy integrates with new Google tools to help small businesses conquer search engine rankings

  • Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

    Remy Cointreau beats the Street thanks to focus on high-end spirits

  • Givaudan’s new fragrance and flavour site is focussing on Muslim customers

    Givaudan’s new fragrance and flavour site is focussing on Muslim customers

  • Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

    Luxottica founder has suggestion for EssilorLuxottica top job

  • Activision Blizzard’s next big eSports franchise might be a game you’ve never heard of

    Activision Blizzard’s next big eSports franchise might be a game you’ve never heard of

  • Google announces new policy for political ads before EU vote

    Google announces new policy for political ads before EU vote

  • Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

    Spotify: Mexico City is ‘streaming music capital’ of the world!

  • What’s next for FedEx? Maybe delivery bots!

    What’s next for FedEx? Maybe delivery bots!

  • What's Moving Markets in November?

    What's Moving Markets in November?

  • Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

    Galaxy Entertainment furthers Japan ambitions

  • Amazon joins bidding for Disney sports channels

    Amazon joins bidding for Disney sports channels

  • Chr. Hansen works with University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute towards sustainable agriculture

    Chr. Hansen works with University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute towards sustainable agriculture

  • Compass Group sees a 7.1% rise in profit in full-year 2018

    Compass Group sees a 7.1% rise in profit in full-year 2018

  • GlaxoSmithKline has Silicon Valley top talent in its sights

    GlaxoSmithKline has Silicon Valley top talent in its sights

  • Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

    Starbucks knows how to woo Chinese consumers this holiday season… with cheese?

  • Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

    Treasury Wine Estates named Drinks Company of the Year in The Drinks Business Asian Awards 2018

  • Will this Thanksgiving be the year online grocery shopping takes off?

    Will this Thanksgiving be the year online grocery shopping takes off?

  • Domino’s Pizza wants to be the ‘official food of everything’

    Domino’s Pizza wants to be the ‘official food of everything’

  • Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

    Is the luxury world ready for connected cognac?

  • Polypipe sees 10% organic revenue growth in four months ended October

    Polypipe sees 10% organic revenue growth in four months ended October

  • It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

    It’s going to be a big holiday season – for American pets!

  • Will a ‘mobile only’ subscription plan be what drives Asians onto Netflix?

    Will a ‘mobile only’ subscription plan be what drives Asians onto Netflix?

  • Sophos: this year sees “a stunning success” in fight against cybercrime

    Sophos: this year sees “a stunning success” in fight against cybercrime

  • Alphabet pauses diabetes-diagnosing contact lens project

    Alphabet pauses diabetes-diagnosing contact lens project

  • China leads the trend towards electrification in the auto industry

    China leads the trend towards electrification in the auto industry

  • CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

    CTS Eventim sees “significant growth” in first nine months of 2018

  • Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

    Constellation Brands: Corona Premium could be next big beer

  • Givaudan targets 50% sugar reduction for new flavour techniques

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  • Starbucks plays the “long game” in China

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