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

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

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 22 May 2018

    Earlier this month, online auction veteran eBay decided to pull out of Flipkart. Flipkart, an Indian online retailer, had been the former company’s way in to the country. Ebay had sold its operations in the country to Flipkart, and taken a minority stake in ...
  • 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

    Managed, Tuesday, 22 May 2018

    Aptiv, the self-driving, connected car, and related tech company that used to be Delphi Automotive, reported a strong first quarter at the beginning of May, sending its share price higher. The company is perfectly positioned to be a key player in the trend towards ...
  • Carnival Corp makes deal for new Dubai cruise terminal

    Carnival Corp makes deal for new Dubai cruise terminal

    Luxury, Tuesday, 22 May 2018

    Carnival Corp., the world’s largest cruise ship operator, has partnered with a developer (Dubai-based Meraas holding company) to create a new cruise terminal in Dubai. The company is looking to offer more Dubai cruise departures, and bring in travellers from ...
  • GSK’s CFO set to retire next year

    GSK’s CFO set to retire next year

    Managed, Tuesday, 22 May 2018

    Glaxosmithkline (GSK) is set to see yet more change at the top. The pharmaceutical giant is still evolving as CEO Emma Walmsley – who took the reigns just over a year ago, in April 2017 – looks to shuffle her senior team and poach new talent from ...
  • Luxury’s in full swing, now rules France’s CAC 40 index

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

    Luxury, Monday, 21 May 2018

    If you were wondering whether talk about a luxury resurgence over the past year was overblown, you may want to take a look at France’s CAC 40 Index. It’s the second-best performer among its peers, and is currently trading at pre-2007 levels – and ...
  • Adidas and Wang work together to disrupt the fashion world

    Adidas and Wang work together to disrupt the fashion world

    Luxury, Monday, 21 May 2018

    Alexander Wang is no stranger to high fashion, and he’s no stranger to cool sporting brand Adidas, for whom he designed his third Originals collection. This time round, Wang’s work will focus on “production errors and factory ...
  • Compass Group gets narrowed focus under new CEO

    Compass Group gets narrowed focus under new CEO

    Managed, Monday, 21 May 2018

    Earlier this year, Dominic Blakemore, the new chief executive at the world’s biggest catering firm, Compass Group, got a nasty shock: his predecessor had been killed in a plane accident, and he had to step up to the role early. It was a tragic event that left ...
  • FedEx: blockchain is logistics ‘next frontier’

    FedEx: blockchain is logistics ‘next frontier’

    Ecommerce, Monday, 21 May 2018

    Delivery giant FedEx thinks it might have found the next big thing when it comes to package deliveries: blockchain. The technology uses computer code to create a permanent digital record of every step in a transaction. This provides unparalleled transparency, and ...
  • TV’s drawn-out death scene continues with new demographic data

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

    Ecommerce, Friday, 18 May 2018

    It seems like traditional TV has something new to worry about every month. This month, it’s the age of its audiences, and it adds yet more proof that Streaming Video On Demand (SVOD) services are primed to usurp TV as viewers (and, therefore, advertisers) mode ...
  • The integration of Whole Foods into Amazon’s ecosystem has begun

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

    Ecommerce, Friday, 18 May 2018

    Ecommerce giant Amazon’s most powerful feature is its incredibly sticky ecosystem. You subscribe to Prime for the free postage and quick delivery, which incentivises you to shop there even more – after all, free postage means the value of Prime is scaled ...
  • Richemont unveils new “affordable” watch brand: Baume

    Richemont unveils new “affordable” watch brand: Baume

    Luxury, Friday, 18 May 2018

    Richemont, the luxury giant known for its watch and jewelry brands, like Cartier, Baume & Mercier, and Van Cleef & Arpels, is branching out into “affordable” luxury – with a distinctly Millennial flavour. A few days ago, the company ...
  • 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

    Managed, Friday, 18 May 2018

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc. is quietly seeing its products installed in cities all over the globe, the latest of which is Grand Forks in North Dakota. As the world faces a water crisis – the inevitable convergence of trends towards global ...
  • Samsonite sees “very satisfying results” in first quarter

    Samsonite sees “very satisfying results” in first quarter

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 May 2018

    World leader in luxury luggage Samsonite reported earnings for its first quarter in May, demonstrating results that the company’s CEO Ramesh Tainwala describes as “very satisfying”. Tainwala noted that there had been “growth across all ...
  • Google is making good on its promise to revitalise its cloud business

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

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 17 May 2018

    One thing that was readily apparent at the posting of Silicon Valley giant Google’s last quarterly earnings results was this: the company wants to start taking its cloud hosting business more seriously, and recapture lose ground to competitors like Amazon Web ...
  • 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!

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 May 2018

    If you happen to be at the iconic Silverstone racing circuit tomorrow, you might just be able to pick up a Ferrari at a bargain. In a strong display of the most luxurious of luxury supercar brand’s popularity, Friday 18 May will see the United Kingdom’s ...
  • Alibaba to bring online training to the travel industry

    Alibaba to bring online training to the travel industry

    Managed, Thursday, 17 May 2018

    Ecommerce giant Alibaba wants Chinese online travel agents to do a better job. That’s why its opening a “New Tourism Academy” to help the players in this hypercompetitive industry to excel. The course content will focus on the online elements of ...
  • Understanding the extent of Amazon’s gross profit win

    Understanding the extent of Amazon’s gross profit win

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 16 May 2018

    Earlier this month, we discussed Amazon’s most recent, and incredibly strong, quarterly earnings. Now, we’d like – very briefly – to revisit one element of them: the Ecommerce giant’s immense gross profit figure. The company added $7 ...
  • Dropbox beats the Street on every metric, sending the share price… down?

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

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 May 2018

    Cloud software company Dropbox reported earnings earlier this month that demonstrated incredible strength: the company beat on revenue, earnings, and offered a higher guidance than analysts had been hoping to see. It gained more users than the consensus estimates ...
  • Activision Blizzard remains robust even in slow quarters

    Activision Blizzard remains robust even in slow quarters

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 16 May 2018

    Market-leading video game developer and publisher Activision Blizzard published first quarter results recently that demonstrated a robust underlying business – even when there aren’t any hyped-up games being released. The first quarter is a seasonally ...
  • Tesla memo announces structural shake up, more focused strategy

    Tesla memo announces structural shake up, more focused strategy

    Luxury, Wednesday, 16 May 2018

    Elon Musk, the technocrat founder and CEO of innovative electric carmaker Tesla, sent a memo to employees on Monday. In it, Musk wrote that the company would “flatten” its structure, improve communication, and cut back on activities “that are not ...
  • Amazon’s stopped buying Google ads – what does it mean?

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

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    Ecommerce giant Amazon has stopped buying a “popular type of Google ad” according to an anonymous source that Bloomberg cites as being “familiar with the decision.” The ad space in question is the one right at the top of search results, where ...
  • Nike pushes even further down tech innovation route

    Nike pushes even further down tech innovation route

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    Nike has long been the top dog when it comes to sneaker sales. In a lot of ways, the athleisure giant pretty much created the modern market that it shares with brands like Puma and Adidas. But Nike is fast becoming a kingpin in a different area: technological ...
  • One clear reason for investors to love PayPal

    One clear reason for investors to love PayPal

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    When PayPal reported earnings earlier this year, it gave investors multiple reasons to like it (incredibly strong metrics across the board, lucrative new relationships, and more) and one reason not to – its further decoupling from former playmate, online ...
  • Eurofins Scientific acquires PHAST – extends biopharmaceutical leadership in Germany

    Eurofins Scientific acquires PHAST – extends biopharmaceutical leadership in Germany

    Managed, Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    Eurofins Scientific, a global leader in the biopharmaceutical testing industry, has just extended its market share in Europe. The company has pursued growth through acquisition for some time now, and its latest purchase – PHAST Gesellschaft für ...
  • Match smashes expectations – talks down Facebook Dating

    Match smashes expectations – talks down Facebook Dating

    Ecommerce, Monday, 14 May 2018

    Last week, we wrote about online dating kingpin Match’s reaction to the announcement that Facebook is entering its space. Since then, the company has released its best quarterly results since it went public in 2015. These earnings demonstrate a robust ...
  • Marriott beats on earnings in first quarter

    Marriott beats on earnings in first quarter

    Luxury, Monday, 14 May 2018

    Marriott International, the world’s largest luxury hotelier, reported mixed first quarter earnings last week. Although the company missed analysts’ expectations on revenue, it delivered a strong beat on earnings – and this was enough to send its ...
  • EA sees strong first quarter – despite no big releases

    EA sees strong first quarter – despite no big releases

    Ecommerce, Monday, 14 May 2018

    Electronic Arts (EA) hasn’t had the easiest of years. The world-leading video game developer and publisher ran into difficulties with the use of microtransactions in some of its biggest titles – and in recent months, its competitor Epic’s breakout ...
  • GoDaddy continues to outperform in first quarter

    GoDaddy continues to outperform in first quarter

    Managed, Monday, 14 May 2018

    GoDaddy, the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small independent ventures reported earnings this month, demonstrating a strong underlying business in the first quarter of 2018. The company is looking towards a partnership with Amazon Web Services to ...
  • 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

    Luxury, Friday, 11 May 2018

    High-end outerwear brand Moncler reported wildly positive earnings this month that benefitted from an unusually long and cold winter, and incredible growth in China during the extended Chinese New Year. The company said it saw revenues of €332 million, a 20% ...
  • Tetra Tech reports solid second quarter results

    Tetra Tech reports solid second quarter results

    Managed, Friday, 11 May 2018

    Engineering company Tetra Tech reported second quarter results that exceeded its own guidance in May. The company said that revenue for the three months ended April 1 totaled $700 million, a 5% increase from the previous year. Earnings per share came in at $0.54, a ...

Latest News

  • 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

  • JD.com might be based in China, but its brain is in Silicon Valley

    JD.com might be based in China, but its brain is in Silicon Valley

  • Ctrip’s supersonic strategy

    Ctrip’s supersonic strategy

  • Givaudan: scent and flavor market leader sees shake up at the top

    Givaudan: scent and flavor market leader sees shake up at the top

  • Estée Lauder looks to stay competitive with generous parental benefits

    Estée Lauder looks to stay competitive with generous parental benefits

  • Activision Blizzard partners with Nielsen to measure eSports

    Activision Blizzard partners with Nielsen to measure eSports

  • Marriott puts down $4.7 billion to acquire ILG

    Marriott puts down $4.7 billion to acquire ILG

  • Just Eat is FTSE 100’s top mover on Tuesday thanks to strong first quarter

    Just Eat is FTSE 100’s top mover on Tuesday thanks to strong first quarter

  • Economic Outlook for May

    Economic Outlook for May

  • EA shuffles senior team, names new chief design officer

    EA shuffles senior team, names new chief design officer

  • Compass Group ends April with Stop Food Waste Day

    Compass Group ends April with Stop Food Waste Day

  • Essilor and Luxottica report quarterly earnings before merger

    Essilor and Luxottica report quarterly earnings before merger

  • Alphabet co-founder: Big Tech needs to be humble

    Alphabet co-founder: Big Tech needs to be humble

  • A. O. Smith’s first quarter: double-digit earnings growth, record sales

    A. O. Smith’s first quarter: double-digit earnings growth, record sales

  • YNAP adds jewelry platform as Richemont merger approaches

    YNAP adds jewelry platform as Richemont merger approaches

  • Amazon smashes expectations, share price hits high point

    Amazon smashes expectations, share price hits high point

  • Visa beats the Street, share price rises on the news

    Visa beats the Street, share price rises on the news

  • Domino’s Pizza reports earnings beat in first quarter

    Domino’s Pizza reports earnings beat in first quarter

  • Baidu’s share price surged last week thanks to earnings beat

    Baidu’s share price surged last week thanks to earnings beat

  • Want to see the future of streaming vs. TV? Look to the kids

    Want to see the future of streaming vs. TV? Look to the kids

  • More good news for luxury as Kering’s share price hits all-time high on back of first quarter

    More good news for luxury as Kering’s share price hits all-time high on back of first quarter

  • Wynn Resorts beats expectations in first quarter

    Wynn Resorts beats expectations in first quarter

  • Live Nation plans summer sale to get fans to gigs

    Live Nation plans summer sale to get fans to gigs

  • Amazon looks for new ways to innovate delivery

    Amazon looks for new ways to innovate delivery

  • Google: stellar sales, significant spending

    Google: stellar sales, significant spending

  • CTS Eventim takes major stake in Vivo Concerti

    CTS Eventim takes major stake in Vivo Concerti

  • Wolters Kluwer highlights sustainable options for Earth Day

    Wolters Kluwer highlights sustainable options for Earth Day

  • The unthinkable is right around the corner: an electric Ferrari

    The unthinkable is right around the corner: an electric Ferrari

  • Will Amazon’s next innovation be a robot servant?

    Will Amazon’s next innovation be a robot servant?

  • They might not be driverless, but Alibaba is already getting into cars

    They might not be driverless, but Alibaba is already getting into cars

  • GSK poaches top talent for R&D – Walmsley’s mission continues

    GSK poaches top talent for R&D – Walmsley’s mission continues

  • LVMH looks to grow Rimowa beyond luxury luggage

    LVMH looks to grow Rimowa beyond luxury luggage

  • One solution to Netflix’s Cannes-woes: buy cinemas

    One solution to Netflix’s Cannes-woes: buy cinemas

  • Is Domino’s transitioning to become a delivery anywhere service?

    Is Domino’s transitioning to become a delivery anywhere service?

  • Xylem Inc. on supplying the world’s tallest building with water

    Xylem Inc. on supplying the world’s tallest building with water

  • What’s next for PayPal? 55 million unbanked Brazilians

    What’s next for PayPal? 55 million unbanked Brazilians

  • Money’s no object when it comes to Tencent’s plan to own video gaming

    Money’s no object when it comes to Tencent’s plan to own video gaming

  • Silicon Valley needs to agree “AI principles” to work with military

    Silicon Valley needs to agree “AI principles” to work with military

  • Remy Cointreau sees “remarkable growth” in Asia Pacific for full year 2017

    Remy Cointreau sees “remarkable growth” in Asia Pacific for full year 2017

  • Bezos releases annual shareholder letter: Amazon Prime has 100 million members, high standards matter

    Bezos releases annual shareholder letter: Amazon Prime has 100 million members, high standards matter

  • Marriott Moments marketplace sees upgrade, becomes one-stop luxury experience shop

    Marriott Moments marketplace sees upgrade, becomes one-stop luxury experience shop

  • The next big digital company could be a luxury titan

    The next big digital company could be a luxury titan

  • JD.com: the robots are coming! And they want to sell you handbags

    JD.com: the robots are coming! And they want to sell you handbags

  • Netflix blows past the Street’s forecast in first quarter of the year

    Netflix blows past the Street’s forecast in first quarter of the year

  • PVH Corp looks to “preserve and protect” global water resources with WWF partnership

    PVH Corp looks to “preserve and protect” global water resources with WWF partnership

  • EA Games: Anthem will be an antidote to Battlefront 2 woes

    EA Games: Anthem will be an antidote to Battlefront 2 woes

  • Live Nation adding Bald Hill Amphitheatre to portfolio

    Live Nation adding Bald Hill Amphitheatre to portfolio

  • Marriott’s revamped loyalty program shows it’s taking its customers seriously

    Marriott’s revamped loyalty program shows it’s taking its customers seriously

  • BAT is driving the autonomous vehicle trend in China

    BAT is driving the autonomous vehicle trend in China

  • Carnival Corporation comes out for same-sex marriages in Bermuda

    Carnival Corporation comes out for same-sex marriages in Bermuda

  • Viasat to use Wi-Fi hotspots to bring all of Mexico online

    Viasat to use Wi-Fi hotspots to bring all of Mexico online

  • Treasury Wine Estates sees success in China

    Treasury Wine Estates sees success in China

  • Reasons to like Activision Blizzard

    Reasons to like Activision Blizzard

  • Moncler making headway in digital, anticipating industry shift

    Moncler making headway in digital, anticipating industry shift

  • Eurofins Scientific pushes further into domestic market

    Eurofins Scientific pushes further into domestic market

  • Chinese tech benefits from support that veers on nationalization

    Chinese tech benefits from support that veers on nationalization

  • Inditex goes on the digital rampage

    Inditex goes on the digital rampage

  • Marriott builds Millennial popularity with dedicated festival accommodation

    Marriott builds Millennial popularity with dedicated festival accommodation

  • Assa Abloy introduces “Intelligent Keys” certification program

    Assa Abloy introduces “Intelligent Keys” certification program

  • The results are in: Nike still the most valuable brand in apparel

    The results are in: Nike still the most valuable brand in apparel

  • Alphabet’s African app will beat sub-par internet speeds

    Alphabet’s African app will beat sub-par internet speeds

  • Kering looks to final spin off to become “pure play” luxury company

    Kering looks to final spin off to become “pure play” luxury company

  • GoDaddy to move 75 million domains’ infrastructure to AWS

    GoDaddy to move 75 million domains’ infrastructure to AWS

  • Nike invests in scan-to-fit 3D technology with latest acquisition

    Nike invests in scan-to-fit 3D technology with latest acquisition

  • Remy Cointreau shakes up senior management

    Remy Cointreau shakes up senior management

  • LVMH beats the street setting positive tone for luxury sector

    LVMH beats the street setting positive tone for luxury sector

  • Jeff Bezos does more than just talk a good game when it comes to reinvestment

    Jeff Bezos does more than just talk a good game when it comes to reinvestment

  • Grubhub’s Stan Chia explains Ecommerce for restaurants

    Grubhub’s Stan Chia explains Ecommerce for restaurants

  • Givaudan sees “good start” to the year, despite slight sales miss

    Givaudan sees “good start” to the year, despite slight sales miss

  • How Estee Lauder is bagging Millennials

    How Estee Lauder is bagging Millennials

  • Amazon looks to expand in Saudi Arabia

    Amazon looks to expand in Saudi Arabia

  • WeChat passes the 1 billion-user mark – but it might not monetize them through advertising

    WeChat passes the 1 billion-user mark – but it might not monetize them through advertising

  • Netflix threatens to pull films from Cannes in bid for recognition

    Netflix threatens to pull films from Cannes in bid for recognition

  • McKinsey: luxury’s future is digital

    McKinsey: luxury’s future is digital

  • Does Wall Street “get” Tencent?

    Does Wall Street “get” Tencent?

  • Is Adidas playing the perfect game when it comes to footwear?

    Is Adidas playing the perfect game when it comes to footwear?

  • Alphabet becomes biggest renewable energy buyer in U.S.

    Alphabet becomes biggest renewable energy buyer in U.S.

  • If Trump vs. Amazon were a popularity contest, the latter would win hands down

    If Trump vs. Amazon were a popularity contest, the latter would win hands down

  • LVMH looks to Japanese market for growth

    LVMH looks to Japanese market for growth

  • PayPal’s appeal to banks pays off with HSBC deal

    PayPal’s appeal to banks pays off with HSBC deal

  • An Ecommerce Review: should investors worry about negative tech headlines?

    An Ecommerce Review: should investors worry about negative tech headlines?

  • Stella McCartney buys back brand from Kering

    Stella McCartney buys back brand from Kering

  • Alibaba advances Indian Ecommerce position with additional $45 million investment

    Alibaba advances Indian Ecommerce position with additional $45 million investment

  • Delphi looks to capitalize on new technology with increased specialisation

    Delphi looks to capitalize on new technology with increased specialisation

  • Economic Outlook for April

    Economic Outlook for April

  • Google shakes up management in effort to extend leadership in AI and search

    Google shakes up management in effort to extend leadership in AI and search

  • Vuitton brings in Virgil Abloh to reinvent menswear

    Vuitton brings in Virgil Abloh to reinvent menswear

  • Domino’s looks to innovate pizza buying with… video games?

    Domino’s looks to innovate pizza buying with… video games?

  • Trump takes aim at Amazon – but should Jeff Bezos be worried?

    Trump takes aim at Amazon – but should Jeff Bezos be worried?

  • SVOD continues to strike telling blows against TV

    SVOD continues to strike telling blows against TV

  • PVH beats the Street in fourth quarter

    PVH beats the Street in fourth quarter

  • Beijing Enterprises Water Group reports 22% rise in revenue for 2017

    Beijing Enterprises Water Group reports 22% rise in revenue for 2017

  • GSK buys out Novartis for $13 billion

    GSK buys out Novartis for $13 billion

  • Ferrari: our SUV will NOT be an SUV

    Ferrari: our SUV will NOT be an SUV

  • MasterCard isn’t ruling out cryptocurrencies

    MasterCard isn’t ruling out cryptocurrencies

  • Amazon secures foothold in French grocery market with Monoprix deal

    Amazon secures foothold in French grocery market with Monoprix deal

  • Treasury Wine Estates and Baron Philippe de Rothschild embark on Ecommerce collaboration with Tmall

    Treasury Wine Estates and Baron Philippe de Rothschild embark on Ecommerce collaboration with Tmall

  • Electronic Arts’ latest player is an artificial intelligence

    Electronic Arts’ latest player is an artificial intelligence

  • Just Eat puts planet first with plastic-cutting initiative

    Just Eat puts planet first with plastic-cutting initiative

  • Carnival Corporation sees record first quarter

    Carnival Corporation sees record first quarter

  • Netflix and Amazon making gains in Japanese SVOD market

    Netflix and Amazon making gains in Japanese SVOD market

  • Samsonite wants to focus on women with a handbag brand

    Samsonite wants to focus on women with a handbag brand

  • In the event of a U.S.-China trade war, Dominion’s Funds are “low risk”

    In the event of a U.S.-China trade war, Dominion’s Funds are “low risk”

  • Nike share price rises on strong Chinese sales

    Nike share price rises on strong Chinese sales

  • Tencent income almost doubles – but costly investments weigh on share price

    Tencent income almost doubles – but costly investments weigh on share price

  • CTS Eventim breaks €1 billion full-year revenue ceiling in new record

    CTS Eventim breaks €1 billion full-year revenue ceiling in new record

  • YouTube to borrow Spotify tactic: “frustrate” some users with ads to sell streaming music subscriptions

    YouTube to borrow Spotify tactic: “frustrate” some users with ads to sell streaming music subscriptions

  • First pedestrian fatality highlights danger of self-driving vehicles

    First pedestrian fatality highlights danger of self-driving vehicles

  • Could a merger between Kering and Richemont be on the cards?

    Could a merger between Kering and Richemont be on the cards?

  • Xylem: world needs more water info!

    Xylem: world needs more water info!

  • Watches can be smart or high end. But can they be smart and high end?

    Watches can be smart or high end. But can they be smart and high end?

  • Amazon becomes second-largest company in the world by market cap

    Amazon becomes second-largest company in the world by market cap

  • GrubHub looks to capitalize on economy of scale with Yelp partnership

    GrubHub looks to capitalize on economy of scale with Yelp partnership

  • Ctrip sees “over 70%” of bookings made online, looks to international market

    Ctrip sees “over 70%” of bookings made online, looks to international market

  • Alibaba bets on $4 billion investment to conquer Southeast Asia

    Alibaba bets on $4 billion investment to conquer Southeast Asia

  • Dior names new menswear chief: Kim Jones, formerly of Vuitton

    Dior names new menswear chief: Kim Jones, formerly of Vuitton

  • “Spurned” Match moves to Bumble lawsuit

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