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  • Match Group: Facebook should stick to data, not daters

    Match Group: Facebook should stick to data, not daters

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    Match Group, the online dating kingpin behind brands like Tinder, Match.com, and OKCupid, isn’t worried about Facebook’s entry into its market. The social media giant said it was planning to encroach on Match’s personal space at its F8 conference ...
  • Just before Prime Day, Jeff Bezos became the richest man in modern history

    Just before Prime Day, Jeff Bezos became the richest man in modern history

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    Here’s the bad news: Ecommerce titan Amazon’s latest Prime Day was marred by performance lags, with many shoppers not being able to get online and browse for deals. Here’s the good news: those bugs may have ben caused by overuse – the company ...
  • Trump talked tough on drugs – but has he delivered?

    Trump talked tough on drugs – but has he delivered?

    Managed, Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    According to the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, drug companies are “getting away with murder.” That was Mr. Trump in January of 2017. Then, on May 11 this year, the president described his new drug price plan as “the most ...
  • Ctrip’s Skyscanner purchase is paying off – and CEO says there’s more to come

    Ctrip’s Skyscanner purchase is paying off – and CEO says there’s more to come

    Luxury, Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    Ctrip took a chance when it bought Scottish flight-search company Skyscanner in 2016. The Chinese travel giant is making a bold play for the international market, and CEO Jane Sun says that acquisitions will be a big part of that expansion. Her management and ...
  • Netflix’s share price plunges as “slow” growth weighs it down

    Netflix’s share price plunges as “slow” growth weighs it down

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 17 July 2018

    Imagine only adding 5.2 million new customers to your business in a single quarter. I know – the shame! Yet, this “slow” growth is precisely what has caused Netflix’s shares to plummet after earnings were released last night. A few caveats ...
  • Tesla’s surprise – Russian orders soar

    Tesla’s surprise – Russian orders soar

    Luxury, Tuesday, 17 July 2018

    Embattled technocrat Elon Musk continues to wage a war of attrition against Tesla naysayers. The company – CEO Musk’s pure-play for the luxury electric car space – recently beat (an albeit delayed) target for Model 3 production. And while the race ...
  • JD Finance and Ant Financial go head-to-head

    JD Finance and Ant Financial go head-to-head

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 17 July 2018

    JD Finance, the fintech arm of China’s number two online retailer JD.com, is “close to” picking up $1.9 billion in investment from a group of Chinese financial services giants. According to Bloomberg, this could provide it with “a clutch of ...
  • Richemont gears up for the 21st Century

    Richemont gears up for the 21st Century

    Luxury, Tuesday, 17 July 2018

    Swiss luxury conglomerate Richemont, the powerhouse behind brands like Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, has been busily reinventing itself to make the most of the 21st century. The company may have a long history in the upper-end of the luxury sector, but ...
  • Can Netflix pass its subscriber growth test later today?

    Can Netflix pass its subscriber growth test later today?

    Ecommerce, Monday, 16 July 2018

    After-hours this evening, streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader Netflix will release its second quarter earnings. Expectations are high: Netflix has been a big deal for a long time, but these last few years of exponential growth have firmly solidified its ...
  • PayPal knows what Millennials want – SPEED and CONVENIENCE!

    PayPal knows what Millennials want – SPEED and CONVENIENCE!

    Managed, Monday, 16 July 2018

    Online payment provider PayPal is making a major play for the Milennial dollar – and it knows exactly what it will take to get it: speed, and convenience. Younger consumers, who have grown up with Ecommerce and are “digital natives” have gotten ...
  • LVMH embraces Chinese pure-play luxury e-tailer Secoo

    LVMH embraces Chinese pure-play luxury e-tailer Secoo

    Luxury, Monday, 16 July 2018

    You might not have heard of Secoo. In an Ecommerce landscape dominated by Alibaba and JD.com, the relatively new online retail player is easy to miss. Nonetheless, it’s managed to carve out a lucrative niche for itself with a unique promise: all the luxury ...
  • GlaxoSmithKline sells psoriasis drug to Dermavant

    GlaxoSmithKline sells psoriasis drug to Dermavant

    Managed, Monday, 16 July 2018

    Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has just signed a $330 million deal with Roivant subsidiary Dermavent. Roivant is a global healthcare business, and Dermavent is its skincare segment. The latter has agreed to buy the rights to GSK’s tapinarof – ...
  • Tinder Gold is a gold mine for Match group

    Tinder Gold is a gold mine for Match group

    Managed, Friday, 13 July 2018

    Match Group is having a busy year so far. It’s talking a good game when it comes to upcoming online dating player Facebook; it’s in the midst of legal battles with smaller rival Bumble; it’s just completed an acquisition of “meaningful” ...
  • Activision Blizzard takes eSports into prime time territory!

    Activision Blizzard takes eSports into prime time territory!

    Ecommerce, Friday, 13 July 2018

    Activision Blizzard, the world-leading video game developer and publisher that is redefining modern entertainment trends, has just scored big. Over the past few years, the company has become possibly the world’s most visible eSport champion, and now it’s ...
  • According to FedEx “global is the new local”

    According to FedEx “global is the new local”

    Ecommerce, Friday, 13 July 2018

    In a surefire example of how globalization and Ecommerce are changing the world of business, FedEx has released a research report titled ‘Global is the New Local: The Changing International Trade Patterns of Small Businesses in Asia Pacific’. The report ...
  • World Cup winner announced early: Adidas

    World Cup winner announced early: Adidas

    Luxury, Friday, 13 July 2018

    With 2.5 billion fans worldwide, football (or “soccer” as it’s also known) is the world’s most popular sport by a long way. Number two, cricket, has a full billion fewer fans. It’s a safe bet that many of those fans will be tuning into ...
  • Trade war sends Tesla to China

    Trade war sends Tesla to China

    Luxury, Thursday, 12 July 2018

    As the trade war between China and the U.S. has continued to heat up, electric carmaker Tesla has taken a hit: its vehicles have become shockingly more expensive in the east. That’s a big problem for the company, as China is the world’s biggest market ...
  • Google and Shopify double down to increase Ecommerce

    Google and Shopify double down to increase Ecommerce

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 12 July 2018

    When it comes to search engine giant Google, undoubtedly the jewel in Alphabet’s crown, one business is more important than all the others combined: advertising. The company made its billions in the ad world – whether on search or YouTube – long ...
  • Xylem Inc. helps pump water from Thai caves, helps to save captive soccer team

    Xylem Inc. helps pump water from Thai caves, helps to save captive soccer team

    Managed, Thursday, 12 July 2018

    The world watched with baited breath earlier this month, as 12 boys and their soccer coach were trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand. But while most of us could offer no more than moral support, Patrick Decker, CEO of global water technology company Xylem Inc., was ...
  • Electronic Arts acquires Industrial Toys

    Electronic Arts acquires Industrial Toys

    Luxury, Thursday, 12 July 2018

    Market leading video game developer and producer, Electronic Arts, has acquired Industrial Toys – the company behind a number of ambitious mobile games. The studio is only six years old, but it’s had top talent behind it from the get-go: co-founder Alex ...
  • Anyone planning to buy groceries on Amazon’s Prime Day?

    Anyone planning to buy groceries on Amazon’s Prime Day?

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 11 July 2018

    Ecommerce giant Amazon’s biggest day of the year is nearly here: the fourth annual Prime Day will kick off on July 16 and last for a solid 36 hours. Over that period, Amazon Prime members will have access to a bevvy of fast-release special offers and deep ...
  • India is the next big travel market

    India is the next big travel market

    Luxury, Wednesday, 11 July 2018

    Everyone knows how powerful the trend towards travel and travel retail is in China: in 2016, the country’s tourists accounted for a massive $261 billion in overseas spending – that’s a fifth of the global total! China might be the biggest spender, ...
  • Netflix increases 2018 content budget to $13 billion

    Netflix increases 2018 content budget to $13 billion

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 11 July 2018

    Netflix, the streaming video on demand (SVOD) market leader, is making massive commitments to the production of original content. Earlier this year, it pledged an $8 billion annual content spend, much of which was earmarked to develop its own shows and movies ...
  • Just Eat adds another big name to its roster

    Just Eat adds another big name to its roster

    Managed, Wednesday, 11 July 2018

    If you’re a fan of New York style Subs, then you’re in luck: now, American restaurant Subway can get sandwiches right to your front door. That’s courtesy of a “trial partnership” with food order and delivery specialists Just Eat. But ...
  • Amazon might disrupt healthcare quicker than you think

    Amazon might disrupt healthcare quicker than you think

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 10 July 2018

    If you’re a regular reader of this newsfeed, you will already know that Amazon is making a play for the online pharmacy industry. Given its proven ability to disrupt businesses (anyone remember independent bookshops?), and its growing brick-and-mortar retail ...
  • Luxottica acquires Barberini, still waiting on confirmation from Chinese regulators

    Luxottica acquires Barberini, still waiting on confirmation from Chinese regulators

    Luxury, Tuesday, 10 July 2018

    At the end of June, eyewear giant Luxottica revealed that it was still awaiting the go-ahead from Chinese regulators for its merger with French lens-maker Essilor. The two groups said that they “remained confident” that the Chinese competition authority ...
  • Tencent plans online music business spin off

    Tencent plans online music business spin off

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 10 July 2018

    Chinese internet giant Tencent, widely hailed as the country’s dominant force in social media and online gaming, has announced plans to spin off its online music streaming service. That’s a sign, according to Bloomberg, that “the long-beleaguered ...
  • PayPal’s spending has only just begun

    PayPal’s spending has only just begun

    Managed, Tuesday, 10 July 2018

    Online payment provider PayPal recently made its largest acquisition to date, purchasing iZettle, a Swedish fintech startup, for $2.2 billion. iZettle was pleased to find another route to expansion beyond its planned IPO – and it may be just one of many ...
  • Take-Two Interactive aren’t making any assumptions about Red Dead Redemption 2

    Take-Two Interactive aren’t making any assumptions about Red Dead Redemption 2

    Ecommerce, Monday, 09 July 2018

    Since its announcement, analysts and gamers alike have been eager to speculate over Red Dead Redemption 2. The game – latest installment in a popular franchise from Take-Two Interactive – is widely expected to be the biggest release of the year, and will ...
  • The next big player in pet health… Mars?

    The next big player in pet health… Mars?

    Luxury, Monday, 09 July 2018

    The next big player in the fast-growing pet health sector looks like its going to be Mars. As in, the bar, not the planet. If that sounds strange, you haven’t been paying enough attention to the press around our furry friends: pet care is big business, and ...

Latest News

  • Match Group: Facebook should stick to data, not daters

    Match Group: Facebook should stick to data, not daters

  • Just before Prime Day, Jeff Bezos became the richest man in modern history

    Just before Prime Day, Jeff Bezos became the richest man in modern history

  • Trump talked tough on drugs – but has he delivered?

    Trump talked tough on drugs – but has he delivered?

  • Ctrip’s Skyscanner purchase is paying off – and CEO says there’s more to come

    Ctrip’s Skyscanner purchase is paying off – and CEO says there’s more to come

  • Netflix’s share price plunges as “slow” growth weighs it down

    Netflix’s share price plunges as “slow” growth weighs it down

  • Tesla’s surprise – Russian orders soar

    Tesla’s surprise – Russian orders soar

  • JD Finance and Ant Financial go head-to-head

    JD Finance and Ant Financial go head-to-head

  • Richemont gears up for the 21st Century

    Richemont gears up for the 21st Century

  • Can Netflix pass its subscriber growth test later today?

    Can Netflix pass its subscriber growth test later today?

  • PayPal knows what Millennials want – SPEED and CONVENIENCE!

    PayPal knows what Millennials want – SPEED and CONVENIENCE!

  • LVMH embraces Chinese pure-play luxury e-tailer Secoo

    LVMH embraces Chinese pure-play luxury e-tailer Secoo

  • GlaxoSmithKline sells psoriasis drug to Dermavant

    GlaxoSmithKline sells psoriasis drug to Dermavant

  • Tinder Gold is a gold mine for Match group

    Tinder Gold is a gold mine for Match group

  • Activision Blizzard takes eSports into prime time territory!

    Activision Blizzard takes eSports into prime time territory!

  • According to FedEx “global is the new local”

    According to FedEx “global is the new local”

  • World Cup winner announced early: Adidas

    World Cup winner announced early: Adidas

  • Trade war sends Tesla to China

    Trade war sends Tesla to China

  • Google and Shopify double down to increase Ecommerce

    Google and Shopify double down to increase Ecommerce

  • Xylem Inc. helps pump water from Thai caves, helps to save captive soccer team

    Xylem Inc. helps pump water from Thai caves, helps to save captive soccer team

  • Electronic Arts acquires Industrial Toys

    Electronic Arts acquires Industrial Toys

  • Anyone planning to buy groceries on Amazon’s Prime Day?

    Anyone planning to buy groceries on Amazon’s Prime Day?

  • India is the next big travel market

    India is the next big travel market

  • Netflix increases 2018 content budget to $13 billion

    Netflix increases 2018 content budget to $13 billion

  • Just Eat adds another big name to its roster

    Just Eat adds another big name to its roster

  • Amazon might disrupt healthcare quicker than you think

    Amazon might disrupt healthcare quicker than you think

  • Luxottica acquires Barberini, still waiting on confirmation from Chinese regulators

    Luxottica acquires Barberini, still waiting on confirmation from Chinese regulators

  • Tencent plans online music business spin off

    Tencent plans online music business spin off

  • PayPal’s spending has only just begun

    PayPal’s spending has only just begun

  • Take-Two Interactive aren’t making any assumptions about Red Dead Redemption 2

    Take-Two Interactive aren’t making any assumptions about Red Dead Redemption 2

  • The next big player in pet health… Mars?

    The next big player in pet health… Mars?

  • Netflix is testing a higher price point “Ultra” subscription plan

    Netflix is testing a higher price point “Ultra” subscription plan

  • Amadeus’ tech makes its way to Pristina Airport

    Amadeus’ tech makes its way to Pristina Airport

  • Richemont will “transform watch economy” with Ecommerce

    Richemont will “transform watch economy” with Ecommerce

  • Baidu’s new AI chip does… everything?

    Baidu’s new AI chip does… everything?

  • PVH Corp. embracing “circularity” to create more sustainable fashion world

    PVH Corp. embracing “circularity” to create more sustainable fashion world

  • Givaudan looks to capitalise on ‘natural appeal’

    Givaudan looks to capitalise on ‘natural appeal’

  • Domino’s Pizza gets a new CEO – but analysts aren’t worried

    Domino’s Pizza gets a new CEO – but analysts aren’t worried

  • PayPal calls off iZettle IPO with $2.2 billion acquisition

    PayPal calls off iZettle IPO with $2.2 billion acquisition

  • Spotify offers “lite” app, drills down on data usage

    Spotify offers “lite” app, drills down on data usage

  • Treasury Wine Estates personalising Penfold brand in America and China

    Treasury Wine Estates personalising Penfold brand in America and China

  • Economic Outlook for July

    Economic Outlook for July

  • Is Netflix on the cusp of another quarterly outperformance?

    Is Netflix on the cusp of another quarterly outperformance?

  • Ferrari Classiche is a clear indication of the brand’s premium

    Ferrari Classiche is a clear indication of the brand’s premium

  • Xylem Inc.’s Sensus to invest $4 million in North Carolina

    Xylem Inc.’s Sensus to invest $4 million in North Carolina

  • Tesla: Elon Musk has done it

    Tesla: Elon Musk has done it

  • Nike picks up pace in fourth quarter – the king is back

    Nike picks up pace in fourth quarter – the king is back

  • Alibaba is more than a “Chinese Amazon” – it’s a gateway to the world’s biggest Ecommerce market

    Alibaba is more than a “Chinese Amazon” – it’s a gateway to the world’s biggest Ecommerce market

  • Alphabet invests in electric scooter trend through Lime

    Alphabet invests in electric scooter trend through Lime

  • Catering to Man’s Best Friend is a multi-billion dollar business

    Catering to Man’s Best Friend is a multi-billion dollar business

  • Amazon spends $1 billion on PillPack acquisition

    Amazon spends $1 billion on PillPack acquisition

  • Elon Musk’s time is up – but how do people think he’s done?

    Elon Musk’s time is up – but how do people think he’s done?

  • Live Nation acquires Red Mountain Entertainment

    Live Nation acquires Red Mountain Entertainment

  • Netflix thinks India is a goldmine for streaming services

    Netflix thinks India is a goldmine for streaming services

  • Fancy your own delivery business? Give Jeff Bezos a call

    Fancy your own delivery business? Give Jeff Bezos a call

  • Estée Lauder partners with University of Hong Kong to deliver postgraduate course

    Estée Lauder partners with University of Hong Kong to deliver postgraduate course

  • Compass Group adds Michelin-starred chef as brand culinary director

    Compass Group adds Michelin-starred chef as brand culinary director

  • Tesla’s tent highlights the growing gulf between Musk and his critics

    Tesla’s tent highlights the growing gulf between Musk and his critics

  • Will Electronic Arts become gaming’s Netflix?

    Will Electronic Arts become gaming’s Netflix?

  • Demand for GSK’s shingles vaccine is so high that supply can’t keep pace!

    Demand for GSK’s shingles vaccine is so high that supply can’t keep pace!

  • PayPal has Square card “squarely” in its sights

    PayPal has Square card “squarely” in its sights

  • Zalando plans to double growth by 2020

    Zalando plans to double growth by 2020

  • GoDaddy’s “local first” strategy is paying dividends in India

    GoDaddy’s “local first” strategy is paying dividends in India

  • Samsonite opens female-first omnichannel concept store

    Samsonite opens female-first omnichannel concept store

  • DeepMind chief: Silicon Valley needs to take tech ethics seriously

    DeepMind chief: Silicon Valley needs to take tech ethics seriously

  • Jack Ma: Blockchain’s great – Bitcoin’s (probably) a bubble

    Jack Ma: Blockchain’s great – Bitcoin’s (probably) a bubble

  • Netflix’s prediction algorithms are driving its success

    Netflix’s prediction algorithms are driving its success

  • Amazon Web Services “transformational” according to CIA

    Amazon Web Services “transformational” according to CIA

  • LVMH open house – now available on four continents

    LVMH open house – now available on four continents

  • Match looks to consolidate its hold on the dating world with Hinge acquisition

    Match looks to consolidate its hold on the dating world with Hinge acquisition

  • Kering in talks to sell Christopher Kane his eponymous brand

    Kering in talks to sell Christopher Kane his eponymous brand

  • Tencent: plenty of room to grow in China, cautious over international expansion

    Tencent: plenty of room to grow in China, cautious over international expansion

  • PayPal acquires Hyperwallet for $400 million

    PayPal acquires Hyperwallet for $400 million

  • Singapore makes huge pledge towards digital economy

    Singapore makes huge pledge towards digital economy

  • Marriott International plans to help you share a hotel room with Alexa

    Marriott International plans to help you share a hotel room with Alexa

  • Dot eSports discovers Activision’s plans to launch Call of Duty eSport League hiding in plain sight!

    Dot eSports discovers Activision’s plans to launch Call of Duty eSport League hiding in plain sight!

  • Live Nation conducts first ever experiment to measure brain changes from live music

    Live Nation conducts first ever experiment to measure brain changes from live music

  • Tesla suffers from sabotage, but investors needn’t worry

    Tesla suffers from sabotage, but investors needn’t worry

  • LVMH sees opportunity to ramp up online jewelry sales

    LVMH sees opportunity to ramp up online jewelry sales

  • Just Eat: what’s next for food deliveries? Augmented reality

    Just Eat: what’s next for food deliveries? Augmented reality

  • Google looks to break into healthcare with data driven predictions

    Google looks to break into healthcare with data driven predictions

  • What’s on the horizon for Take Two Interactive?

    What’s on the horizon for Take Two Interactive?

  • Why Idexx Laboratories is onto a good thing

    Why Idexx Laboratories is onto a good thing

  • eBay offers sneakers fans a treat with first ever “community drop”

    eBay offers sneakers fans a treat with first ever “community drop”

  • Netflix pursues stronger ties with the video gaming world

    Netflix pursues stronger ties with the video gaming world

  • Google is looking to embrace Chinese Ecommerce with $550 million JD investment

    Google is looking to embrace Chinese Ecommerce with $550 million JD investment

  • Ctrip partners with iClick to deliver customized marketing solutions

    Ctrip partners with iClick to deliver customized marketing solutions

  • Mastercard tech boss: Netflix is an example of innovation done right

    Mastercard tech boss: Netflix is an example of innovation done right

  • Amazon and Whole Foods – one year on

    Amazon and Whole Foods – one year on

  • Match’s latest app turns dating into a game – literally!

    Match’s latest app turns dating into a game – literally!

  • Dropbox has unbelievable week, leads huge rally in new software IPOs

    Dropbox has unbelievable week, leads huge rally in new software IPOs

  • Estee Lauder growth driven by online and travel retail

    Estee Lauder growth driven by online and travel retail

  • Inditex is positioning itself to win in a digital future

    Inditex is positioning itself to win in a digital future

  • Elon Musk puts his money where his mouth is

    Elon Musk puts his money where his mouth is

  • Activision Blizzard’s eSports operations might already be worth nearly $1 billion

    Activision Blizzard’s eSports operations might already be worth nearly $1 billion

  • Givaudan acquires Expressions Parfumées

    Givaudan acquires Expressions Parfumées

  • Super wealthy individuals are spending big on the highest end of luxury

    Super wealthy individuals are spending big on the highest end of luxury

  • Bye-bye net neutrality – do Netflix and Alphabet need to become ISPs?

    Bye-bye net neutrality – do Netflix and Alphabet need to become ISPs?

  • Compass Group CIO: understanding customer behavior with data

    Compass Group CIO: understanding customer behavior with data

  • Alibaba is “top tech disruptor” according to KPMG

    Alibaba is “top tech disruptor” according to KPMG

  • LVMH has the football world all tied up

    LVMH has the football world all tied up

  • Visa sees a “payments avenue boom” to 2022

    Visa sees a “payments avenue boom” to 2022

  • Domino’s Pizza develops a new sideline – pothole repairs?

    Domino’s Pizza develops a new sideline – pothole repairs?

  • Baidu moves into new territory with “interstellar blockchain game”

    Baidu moves into new territory with “interstellar blockchain game”

  • Tesla: self-driving features to start arriving in August

    Tesla: self-driving features to start arriving in August

  • How Emma Walmsley’s giving GlaxoSmithKline a new lease of life

    How Emma Walmsley’s giving GlaxoSmithKline a new lease of life

  • EA at E3: industry leader to enter “battle royale” genre

    EA at E3: industry leader to enter “battle royale” genre

  • Samsonite CEO steps down – shares jump

    Samsonite CEO steps down – shares jump

  • Kering Investor Day: it’s all about Gucci, and analysts like what they’re seeing

    Kering Investor Day: it’s all about Gucci, and analysts like what they’re seeing

  • J. J. Abrams’ Bad Robot is launching a gaming division – with help from global leader Tencent

    J. J. Abrams’ Bad Robot is launching a gaming division – with help from global leader Tencent

  • Rémy beats the street thanks to strong demand from China

    Rémy beats the street thanks to strong demand from China

  • Brown Forman beats estimates on earnings and sales in fourth quarter

    Brown Forman beats estimates on earnings and sales in fourth quarter

  • NASA warn that water shortages are “key environmental challenge of the century”

    NASA warn that water shortages are “key environmental challenge of the century”

  • Amazon breaks down barriers, signs deal to stream Premier League soccer

    Amazon breaks down barriers, signs deal to stream Premier League soccer

  • Is Sweden poised to become the world’s first cashless society?

    Is Sweden poised to become the world’s first cashless society?

  • LVMH might have embraced digital – but it has no plans to go tech-mad

    LVMH might have embraced digital – but it has no plans to go tech-mad

  • The next big thing in Chinese retail? Unmanned stores

    The next big thing in Chinese retail? Unmanned stores

  • Marriott reveals plans to spend at least $500 million revamping Sheraton brand

    Marriott reveals plans to spend at least $500 million revamping Sheraton brand

  • Tesla: shareholders side with Musk, share price jumps

    Tesla: shareholders side with Musk, share price jumps

  • Baidu App’s ad-free search pays off: daily active users hit new heights

    Baidu App’s ad-free search pays off: daily active users hit new heights

  • Economic Outlook for June 2018

    Economic Outlook for June 2018

  • Cybercrime now an existential threat to businesses

    Cybercrime now an existential threat to businesses

  • Inditex’s Zara looks to bridge the divide between offline and online

    Inditex’s Zara looks to bridge the divide between offline and online

  • Alibaba and Tencent rivalry heats up – bankers told to “pick sides”

    Alibaba and Tencent rivalry heats up – bankers told to “pick sides”

  • PayPal’s latest reports highlight that gaming is now a mainstream issue

    PayPal’s latest reports highlight that gaming is now a mainstream issue

  • Kering: Gucci’s great, but have you checked out Balenciaga?

    Kering: Gucci’s great, but have you checked out Balenciaga?

  • Givaudan, Mixfit and DSM expand global partnership to conquer “personalized nutrition”

    Givaudan, Mixfit and DSM expand global partnership to conquer “personalized nutrition”

  • Tencent reveals next step in ambitious eSports plan

    Tencent reveals next step in ambitious eSports plan

  • Activision Blizzard proves its eSports dominance with first Overwatch League Grand Final

    Activision Blizzard proves its eSports dominance with first Overwatch League Grand Final

  • Bezos: Amazon will pass scrutiny with “flying colours”

    Bezos: Amazon will pass scrutiny with “flying colours”

  • Richemont pushes into second-hand luxury watch market

    Richemont pushes into second-hand luxury watch market

  • Hexagon acquires NextSense, pushes further into automotive and other industries

    Hexagon acquires NextSense, pushes further into automotive and other industries

  • China is powering the luxury trend at all levels – and this is just the beginning

    China is powering the luxury trend at all levels – and this is just the beginning

  • Electronic Arts will reveal a huge amount of up-coming content this weekend

    Electronic Arts will reveal a huge amount of up-coming content this weekend

  • Adidas is outplaying Nike in the World Cup

    Adidas is outplaying Nike in the World Cup

  • Mastercard announce new head of cybersecurity solutions unit

    Mastercard announce new head of cybersecurity solutions unit

  • For many people, the looming water crisis is already here

    For many people, the looming water crisis is already here

  • China’s “Moonlight Clans” propel Gucci (and everyone else) to ever-greater heights

    China’s “Moonlight Clans” propel Gucci (and everyone else) to ever-greater heights

  • Activision Blizzard “best positioned” company when it comes to eSports

    Activision Blizzard “best positioned” company when it comes to eSports

  • Alibaba signs $1.4 billion affiliate deal to get into the medical market

    Alibaba signs $1.4 billion affiliate deal to get into the medical market

  • EssilorLuxottica will redefine the $100 billion eyewear industry

    EssilorLuxottica will redefine the $100 billion eyewear industry

  • The world’s latest Amazon watcher: the Federal Reserve

    The world’s latest Amazon watcher: the Federal Reserve

  • Live Nation adds equality to its line up

    Live Nation adds equality to its line up

  • Baidu throws Japanese companies a corporate lifeline

    Baidu throws Japanese companies a corporate lifeline

  • Inside the incredible trend towards pet spending

    Inside the incredible trend towards pet spending

  • Ctrip’s “solid” first quarter sends share price higher

    Ctrip’s “solid” first quarter sends share price higher

  • Viasat beats the Street on revenue in fourth quarter

    Viasat beats the Street on revenue in fourth quarter

  • CTS Eventim’s first quarter shows significant growth

    CTS Eventim’s first quarter shows significant growth

  • Tencent beats the Street and sends share price up

    Tencent beats the Street and sends share price up

  • There’s nothing “Koi” about Alibaba’s supermarket ambitions

    There’s nothing “Koi” about Alibaba’s supermarket ambitions

  • Lindt pushes into Asia for further growth

    Lindt pushes into Asia for further growth

  • Assa Abloy acquires Pioneer Industries

    Assa Abloy acquires Pioneer Industries

  • Netflix chief content officer: original is where it’s at

    Netflix chief content officer: original is where it’s at

  • Inditex works to ensure fast fashion can be sustainable fashion

    Inditex works to ensure fast fashion can be sustainable fashion

  • LVMH looks to boost digital innovation with major investment in Lyst

    LVMH looks to boost digital innovation with major investment in Lyst

  • Givaudan completes Centroflora Nutra acquisition

    Givaudan completes Centroflora Nutra acquisition

  • Brown-Forman Corp. finds new Italian distributor

    Brown-Forman Corp. finds new Italian distributor

  • Zalando’s first quarter hit by the cold, but beauty product launches make up for it

    Zalando’s first quarter hit by the cold, but beauty product launches make up for it

  • Just Eat ties its fortunes to Love Island

    Just Eat ties its fortunes to Love Island

  • Hexagon acquires ProCAM Srl, pushes into Italy

    Hexagon acquires ProCAM Srl, pushes into Italy

  • EBay pulls out of Flipkart, looks to relaunch eBay India instead

    EBay pulls out of Flipkart, looks to relaunch eBay India instead

  • Apitv’s share price jumped in May thanks to a strong first quarter

    Apitv’s share price jumped in May thanks to a strong first quarter

  • Carnival Corp makes deal for new Dubai cruise terminal

    Carnival Corp makes deal for new Dubai cruise terminal

  • GSK’s CFO set to retire next year

    GSK’s CFO set to retire next year

  • Luxury’s in full swing, now rules France’s CAC 40 index

    Luxury’s in full swing, now rules France’s CAC 40 index

  • Adidas and Wang work together to disrupt the fashion world

    Adidas and Wang work together to disrupt the fashion world

  • Compass Group gets narrowed focus under new CEO

    Compass Group gets narrowed focus under new CEO

  • FedEx: blockchain is logistics ‘next frontier’

    FedEx: blockchain is logistics ‘next frontier’

  • TV’s drawn-out death scene continues with new demographic data

    TV’s drawn-out death scene continues with new demographic data

  • The integration of Whole Foods into Amazon’s ecosystem has begun

    The integration of Whole Foods into Amazon’s ecosystem has begun

  • Richemont unveils new “affordable” watch brand: Baume

    Richemont unveils new “affordable” watch brand: Baume

  • Xylem’s tech to bring low cost drinking water to yet another city

    Xylem’s tech to bring low cost drinking water to yet another city

  • Samsonite sees “very satisfying results” in first quarter

    Samsonite sees “very satisfying results” in first quarter

  • Google is making good on its promise to revitalise its cloud business

    Google is making good on its promise to revitalise its cloud business

  • How popular are Ferrari? Tomorrow is the UK’s first “Ferrari-only” auction!

    How popular are Ferrari? Tomorrow is the UK’s first “Ferrari-only” auction!

  • Alibaba to bring online training to the travel industry

    Alibaba to bring online training to the travel industry

  • Understanding the extent of Amazon’s gross profit win

    Understanding the extent of Amazon’s gross profit win

  • Dropbox beats the Street on every metric, sending the share price… down?

    Dropbox beats the Street on every metric, sending the share price… down?

  • Activision Blizzard remains robust even in slow quarters

    Activision Blizzard remains robust even in slow quarters

  • Tesla memo announces structural shake up, more focused strategy

    Tesla memo announces structural shake up, more focused strategy

  • Amazon’s stopped buying Google ads – what does it mean?

    Amazon’s stopped buying Google ads – what does it mean?

  • Nike pushes even further down tech innovation route

    Nike pushes even further down tech innovation route

  • One clear reason for investors to love PayPal

    One clear reason for investors to love PayPal

  • Eurofins Scientific acquires PHAST – extends biopharmaceutical leadership in Germany

    Eurofins Scientific acquires PHAST – extends biopharmaceutical leadership in Germany

  • Match smashes expectations – talks down Facebook Dating

    Match smashes expectations – talks down Facebook Dating

  • Marriott beats on earnings in first quarter

    Marriott beats on earnings in first quarter

  • EA sees strong first quarter – despite no big releases

    EA sees strong first quarter – despite no big releases

  • GoDaddy continues to outperform in first quarter

    GoDaddy continues to outperform in first quarter

  • Moncler sees a 20% rise in revenue thanks to China and Hong Kong

    Moncler sees a 20% rise in revenue thanks to China and Hong Kong

  • Tetra Tech reports solid second quarter results

    Tetra Tech reports solid second quarter results

  • IDEXX Laboratories does everything right in first quarter!

    IDEXX Laboratories does everything right in first quarter!

  • Alibaba pushes further into Southeast Asia

    Alibaba pushes further into Southeast Asia

  • Live Nation outperforms – share price soars

    Live Nation outperforms – share price soars

  • Skyworks beats the Street – despite weak iPhone demand

    Skyworks beats the Street – despite weak iPhone demand

  • AerCap Holdings’ first quarter indicates continued strong demand for air travel

    AerCap Holdings’ first quarter indicates continued strong demand for air travel

  • Hexagon sticks to targets despite difficult first quarter

    Hexagon sticks to targets despite difficult first quarter

  • Ferrari’s share price hits a record high after solid quarterly earnings

    Ferrari’s share price hits a record high after solid quarterly earnings

  • Facebook’s getting into dating? Should investors be concerned?

    Facebook’s getting into dating? Should investors be concerned?

  • Grubhub beats the Street and gets ready for “drama”

    Grubhub beats the Street and gets ready for “drama”

  • Xylem sees “strong double-digit” growth in first quarter of 2018

    Xylem sees “strong double-digit” growth in first quarter of 2018

  • Adidas looks to revolutionise U.S. sneaker production

    Adidas looks to revolutionise U.S. sneaker production

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