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  • The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

    The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 26 April 2017

    TV has been the dominant media for an entire generation – but it looks like that is changing. A new report by business strategy and technology consulting firm Accenture said less than a quarter of the global population now want to watch shows on regular TV ...
  • Coffee is more popular than ever – and could get more popular due to China

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

    Luxury, Wednesday, 26 April 2017

    Coffee popularity is at an all-time high. Consumers in Europe are the biggest drinkers, followed by the U.S., but another huge market is opening up in what was once tea-drinking country: China. Given that Chinese demand is expanding quickly, and that the biggest ...
  • Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

    Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

    Managed, Wednesday, 26 April 2017

    Google’s director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil, is a prominent futurist – seemingly with a knack for making popular and accurate predictions of the near future. He foresaw the fall of the Soviet Union (and, impressively, predicted what technological ...
  • Adidas release more Kanye West products

    Adidas release more Kanye West products

    Luxury, Wednesday, 26 April 2017

    Adidas has been making significant inroads against other players in the U.S. footwear and athletic apparel segments. While Nike remains in a strong position, smaller players like Under Armour have fallen by the wayside: right now, it’s a two-horse race. ...
  • Jack Ma: internet and automation will cause 30-years of pain

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

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 25 April 2017

    Jack Ma, founder and chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., has warned listeners the China Entrepreneur Conference in Zhengzhou, China, that continued disruption caused by the internet and automation will lead to three decades of pain. Establishing his credibility ...
  • Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop products to appear on Net-a-porter

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

    Luxury, Tuesday, 25 April 2017

    There was a time when Gwyneth Paltrow was ‘just’ a Hollywood actress. Then, there was a time when she was a Hollywood actress and a country music singer. Now, she is a Hollywood actress, a country music singer, and a businesswomen who sells an organic, ...
  • Xylem outline four ways that water treatment and reuse can help planet

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

    Managed, Tuesday, 25 April 2017

    World Water Day was last month, and Earth Day was this month – it’s a time for reassessing the impact we are having on the planet, and asking how this impact can be halted or reversed. Global water technology Xylem Inc., which is at the heart of the ...
  • Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

    Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

    Luxury, Tuesday, 25 April 2017

    If one finding surprises you this April, it should be this one: social media has proved to be a vital component in marketing luxury watches. According to the WorldWatchReport™ social traffic has “one of the highest purchase intents with 13% of social ...
  • Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

    Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

    Luxury, Monday, 24 April 2017

    The Walt Disney Company spent five decades as the de-facto king of the theme park world, with competitors like Time Warner and Viacom failing to find success in the sector. But 2010 saw a new challenger enter the arena: Universal Studios and Harry Potter. The ...
  • Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

    Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

    Ecommerce, Monday, 24 April 2017

    Market research company eMarketer says smartphone use in China – as well as, more broadly, the entire Southeast Asia region – is on the rise. In 2017, adults in the country are expected to spend 1 hour and 38 minutes on their smartphones daily, driven by ...
  • Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

    Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

    Managed, Monday, 24 April 2017

    Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis thinks that the Chinese drug market is going to be a major driver of growth for the industry. According to the company’s CEO Joe Jimenez, speaking at an interview last Tuesday, the Chinese pharmaceutical market could exceed ...
  • eBay posts solid results for first quarter

    eBay posts solid results for first quarter

    Ecommerce, Monday, 24 April 2017

    Ecommerce powerhouse eBay posted first quarter results for 2017 last week, demonstrating solid growth throughout the first three months of the year. Accelerating growth in active buyers on its platform let the company beat its own guidance, and signs point to a ...
  • Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

    Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

    Luxury, Friday, 21 April 2017

    It has become almost bring to state that Chinese consumers power luxury spending worldwide, but the extent to which that is true – and the reason behind it – remain absolutely vital for a solid understanding of luxury retail. Globally, the Chinese ...
  • The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

    The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

    Ecommerce, Friday, 21 April 2017

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly permeating all manner of previously ‘human only’ industries. The most recent – and, potentially, most dramatic – is the insurance industry. A new survey by management consultants Accenture Plc. suggests ...
  • Remy Cointreau posts strong results in Q4, +6% organic growth

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

    Luxury, Friday, 21 April 2017

    International spirits market leader Remy Cointreau posted strong results this month, demonstrating forward momentum in Asia and stabilization in its biggest market, North America. The company saw organic growth of 6%, with organic growth of the group’s own ...
  • Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

    Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

    Managed, Friday, 21 April 2017

    If you want to plot a journey from A to B, then Google Maps is the right tool to use. If you want to sit down and plan an adventure into the furthest corners of the globe, then its flashier sister-service, Google Earth, is the one to go for. This week, and just in ...
  • President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

    President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

    Managed, Thursday, 20 April 2017

    President Donald Trump has just weighed in on a subject close to the hearts of some of Silicon Valley’s biggest employers – and based on what he has to say, it could be a big benefit for people like Google and Facebook. Speaking to workers in Wisconsin, ...
  • L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

    L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

    Luxury, Thursday, 20 April 2017

    While mass-market and professional products seem to have had a relatively slow start to the year, French beauty giant L’Oreal has managed to buck this trend and deliver strong performance in the first quarter of 2017. Demand for brands like Kiehl’s ...
  • For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

    For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 20 April 2017

    According to Mark Zuckerberg, Pokémon Go’s massive summer popularity was due to more than the novelty factor. It was a sign of things to come. The Facebook founder and CEO spoke at F8 (the Facebook Developer Conference), using the platform to describe ...
  • Tetra Tech awarded $240 contract with U.S. Navy

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

    Managed, Thursday, 20 April 2017

    U.S. water technology, consultation, and engineering, company Tetra Tech has been awarded a $240 million contract for the “environmental remediation of radiological contaminants” at a number of U.S. naval bases. These bases are situated in California, ...
  • Chinese growth bolsters global economy

    Chinese growth bolsters global economy

    All News, Wednesday, 19 April 2017

    China’s economy has roared forward in the first quarter of 2017, logging its first back-to-back acceleration in seven years. While U.S. consumers have shown signs of weakness recently, the Chinese economy has bolstered the global outlook, and looks set to ...
  • Disney’s ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ set to continue global box office

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

    Luxury, Wednesday, 19 April 2017

    Entertainment powerhouse The Walt Disney Company has released details over the next film in its hyper-lucrative Star Wars franchise. We have long known it was slated for release in December this year, but now we know more: it will be called The Last Jedi; various ...
  • Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

    Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 19 April 2017

    2017 has already seen the video game industry go from strength to strength, but – for market leaders Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts – this is just the beginning. Both companies are at the forefront of the trends sweeping through the sector ...
  • Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

    Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

    Managed, Wednesday, 19 April 2017

    Global flavor and scent market leader Givaudan saw sales increase by 3.5% to CHF 1.2 billion in the first three months thanks to “good business momentum” carrying over from the previous year. The company says its “project pipeline” remained ...
  • Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

    Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

    All News, Tuesday, 18 April 2017

    New figures from Japan’s Health Ministry predict that the country’s population will decline by as much as 33% over the next 50 years. While the Japanese birth rate has troubled demographists and politicians for years, these new figures demonstrate just ...
  • Jing Daily: luxury brands should do more to target Chinese consumers

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

    Luxury, Tuesday, 18 April 2017

    According to a report on Jing Daily, the leading digital publication on luxury consumer trends in China, luxury brands worldwide should be doing more to target Chinese consumers. They cite media company Kinetic, which analysed the global luxury shopping market in an ...
  • New WHO report shines light on dirty water

    New WHO report shines light on dirty water

    Managed, Tuesday, 18 April 2017

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released a new report that says nearly 2 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean drinking water. What does this mean in more specific terms? That 1 out of every 4 drinkers on the planet is drinking ...
  • Google’s new app can help with… everything!

    Google’s new app can help with… everything!

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 18 April 2017

    Internet giant Google wants to help you free up time in your busy day. At least, that’s one explanation for the quiet release of its multipurpose new app, Areo. Areo is a home services aggregator with a hyper local focus. At the moment, that focus is solely on ...
  • Markets at war

    Markets at war

    All News, Thursday, 13 April 2017

    Writing in Bloomberg Prophets, author and wealth manager Ben Carlson explains how markets have historically dealt with times of geo-political turbulence. Given US President Donald Trump’s recent decision to launch an air strike on a Syrian air base, in ...
  • H&M looks to brand diversification, logistics, for growth

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

    Luxury, Thursday, 13 April 2017

    H&M saw its shares fall to their lowest levels in four years this March, as it reported inventory levels that had risen by 30% year-on-year. Partly, this is the result of strong competition from rivals like Inditex and Primark. And partly it’s the result ...
  • Facebook makes “first of many” improvements to Instagram Direct

    Facebook makes “first of many” improvements to Instagram Direct

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 13 April 2017

    Facebook has been positioning its photo-sharing site, Instagram, as a competitor for the younger end of the social media spectrum. To do so, it’s aped a few features from teen-favourite Snapchat, and it’s close to equaling – or maybe even ...
  • Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

    Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

    Managed, Thursday, 13 April 2017

    Xylem Inc. is one of the world’s leading water technology companies, and in recent years, it has deftly utilized mergers and acquisitions to get there. At its investor day earlier this month, it not only showcased the broad portfolio of products and services ...
  • “Big Pharma” beats Bass in war over drug prices

    “Big Pharma” beats Bass in war over drug prices

    Managed, Wednesday, 12 April 2017

    In early 2015, hedge fund manager Kyle Bass launched a patent-law attack on drug manufacturers that had the industry spooked. Now, that war is over. In an email that Bloomberg describes as “defeatist sounding”, Bass wrote: “In the end, lobbying and ...
  • MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

    MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 12 April 2017

    Global payments provider market leader MasterCard has recently partnered in five new fintech start-ups, three of which work in the area of artificial intelligence (AI), and two of which target retailers and lenders in the banking and payments sector. This ...
  • Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

    Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

    Managed, Wednesday, 12 April 2017

    Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting has signed an exclusive agreement with Validis Holdings, a company that specializes in data extraction and analytics software solutions for the accounting and lending industries. The deal will see Wolters Kluwer expand its current ...
  • Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

    Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

    Luxury, Wednesday, 12 April 2017

    Shimano Inc., the Japanese components maker for bicycles and fishing equipment, is investing in a 22,000 square-foot facility in South Carolina. This will be the company’s second expansion in the area, after opening its Charleston County distribution center in ...
  • Divergence between wages and inflation puts focus on UK consumers 11 April 2017

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

    All News, Tuesday, 11 April 2017

    Inflation boosted by the pound’s decline could put pressure on UK consumers. At the same time, slowing wage growth could exacerbate the impact of this inflation, squeezing a group that the Bank of England (BoE)’s governor, Mark Carney, regards as ...
  • Rémy Cointreau goes digital

    Rémy Cointreau goes digital

    Luxury, Tuesday, 11 April 2017

    French luxury liquor group Rémy Cointreau has a history that predates the French Revolution, and has seen it transform itself numerous times to capture consumers’ attention. The latest transformation in this 300-year history is to embrace the digital ...
  • The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

    The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

    Managed, Tuesday, 11 April 2017

    Generation Z is now the biggest generational cohort in America, with over a million more members than the Millennial generation. These ‘Boomlets’ range in age, but the oldest amongst them are now teens or just starting their twenties. Although not yet at ...
  • Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

    Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 11 April 2017

    Amadeus IT, the information technology company that provides much of the digital infrastructure for the fast growing and extremely lucrative online travel industry, is adding a new service to its portfolio: bus bookings. Amadeus has stated that it wants to make ...
  • Do surprising low payroll gains signify a more sustainable rate of progress?

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

    All News, Monday, 10 April 2017

    Last Thursday, U.S. unemployment claims dropped to the lowest point in almost a decade. But on Friday, U.S. payroll gains slowed significantly from previous months. How do we make sense of these potentially conflicting data points? According to some commentators, it ...
  • Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

    Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

    Ecommerce, Monday, 10 April 2017

    According to Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak, Amazon has three big business segments that show the potential for significant gains in the near future. Nowak, writing in a note to investors on Thursday, highlighted the Ecommerce titan’s advertising, credit ...
  • Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

    Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

    Luxury, Monday, 10 April 2017

    Inditex has a big group of recognizable brands under its company umbrella, including names like Zara, Pull & Bear, and Massimo Dutti. But one brand you may not have heard of is Lefties. Originally started as an outlet for Zara leftovers in 1993, the brand now ...
  • Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

    Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

    Managed, Monday, 10 April 2017

    Eurofins Scientific, the French laboratory group that maintains a market leading position in any number of laboratory analysis sectors, has recently acquired Finnish environment testing lab Ahma Ymparisto Oy (“Ahma”). The lab is the second largest ...
  • U.S jobless claims hit a 5-week low

    U.S jobless claims hit a 5-week low

    All News, Friday, 07 April 2017

    President Trump may have lost the battle to replace Obamacare, but his claim to be strong on jobs is holding up. A resilient Labour Department report released yesterday showed that filings for unemployment benefits in the world’s largest economy have declined ...
  • Does Macau uptick mean that Beijing’s over austerity?

    Does Macau uptick mean that Beijing’s over austerity?

    Luxury, Friday, 07 April 2017

    Ask any luxury investor what they think of President Xi Jinping’s austerity drive, and you are likely to wish your kids weren’t present. In an effort to reduce the scale of corruption in the country, Xi embarked on a program that would outlaw the ...
  • Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

    Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

    Ecommerce, Friday, 07 April 2017

    Collegiate sports are a big deal in the U.S., where universities act as a talent funnel to the big leagues for baseball, basketball, American football and more. And now, the fast-growing eSports industry is catching them up. The University of Utah will start ...
  • UK Govt. join call for Google to ditch extremist content

    UK Govt. join call for Google to ditch extremist content

    Managed, Friday, 07 April 2017

    A slew of advertisers have boycotted Google to protest their adverts occasionally appearing next to extremist content. Now, British Prime Minister Theresa May has chosen to enter the fray, and make her government’s position completely clear. She told ...
  • Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

    Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 06 April 2017

    There are an estimated 60 million Americans between 13 and 17 years old, representing more than a quarter of the U.S. population. These teens – Generation Z, or ‘Boomlets’ – have a combined purchasing power of $44 billion. But, if you factor ...
  • Marriott rolls out its ‘asset-light’ strategy, selling Starwood properties

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

    Luxury, Thursday, 06 April 2017

    Marriott International, the world’s largest hotelier with 30 brands and 6,000 hotels globally, is becoming famous within the industry for its “asset-light” management model. What this means is, Marriott prefers to not own real estate, but rather ...

Latest News

  • The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

    The entertainment revolution: TV falters against gaming and SVOD

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

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

  • Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

    Google futurist sees nanobots in humans by 2030s

  • Adidas release more Kanye West products

    Adidas release more Kanye West products

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

    Social media surprisingly important for luxury watch industry

  • Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

    Disney pushing to retain spot as theme park king

  • Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

    Smartphone ‘addiction’ on the rise in China

  • Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

    Novartis sees massive potential in Chinese healthcare market

  • eBay posts solid results for first quarter

    eBay posts solid results for first quarter

  • Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

    Chinese exposure crucial for luxury brands

  • The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

    The next big bet for AI? Selling humans insurance

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

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

  • Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

    Google Earth goes travel friendly with latest tech

  • President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

    President Trump offers big benefit to Silicon Valley

  • L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

    L’Oreal displays a beautiful start to the year

  • For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

    For Facebook, augmented reality is the future

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

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

  • Chinese growth bolsters global economy

    Chinese growth bolsters global economy

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

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

  • Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

    Big games bode well for market leading developers in 2017

  • Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

    Givaudan sees “good business momentum” in first quarter

  • Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

    Japan’s demographic difficulties continue

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

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

  • New WHO report shines light on dirty water

    New WHO report shines light on dirty water

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

    Google’s new app can help with… everything!

  • Markets at war

    Markets at war

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

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

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

    Facebook makes “first of many” improvements to Instagram Direct

  • Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

    Xylem increases 2020 financial targets in light of profitable acquisitions

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

    “Big Pharma” beats Bass in war over drug prices

  • MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

    MasterCard invests in five fintech start-ups

  • Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

    Wolters Kluwer and Validis sign exclusive agreement

  • Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

    Shimano expands operations in South Carolina

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

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

  • Rémy Cointreau goes digital

    Rémy Cointreau goes digital

  • The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

    The battle for Generation Z picks up steam

  • Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

    Amadeus moves into bus-booking market

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

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

  • Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

    Morgan Stanley sees 3 big opportunities for Amazon

  • Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

    Is Inditex planning to capture a lower price point?

  • Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

    Eurofins acquires environment tester, becomes market leader

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

    U.S jobless claims hit a 5-week low

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

    Does Macau uptick mean that Beijing’s over austerity?

  • Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

    Gaming gets a scholarship at University of Utah

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

    UK Govt. join call for Google to ditch extremist content

  • Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

    Google reveals teens’ favourite brands

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

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

  • ChemChina given go-ahead for Syngenta deal in EU

    ChemChina given go-ahead for Syngenta deal in EU

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

    Indian YouTube to build on site’s popularity on continent

  • The Chinese AI market is a 2-player game

    The Chinese AI market is a 2-player game

  • Essilor speaks out about Luxottica merger

    Essilor speaks out about Luxottica merger

  • Coach makes offer on Kate Spade

    Coach makes offer on Kate Spade

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

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

  • Economic Outlook for April

    Economic Outlook for April

  • Amazon goes “all in on video games”

    Amazon goes “all in on video games”

  • Can Starbucks solve long-lines with automation?

    Can Starbucks solve long-lines with automation?

  • Wolters Kluwer to acquire Tagetik

    Wolters Kluwer to acquire Tagetik

  • A downbeat ending to an upbeat quarter

    A downbeat ending to an upbeat quarter

  • Clubcorp acquires Norbeck Country Club, third purchase of 2017

    Clubcorp acquires Norbeck Country Club, third purchase of 2017

  • Polypipe delivers record results for 2016

    Polypipe delivers record results for 2016

  • KION finds a home for Retrotech at Dematic

    KION finds a home for Retrotech at Dematic

  • Activision Blizzard’s lead down to franchises and diversity

    Activision Blizzard’s lead down to franchises and diversity

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

    H&M deserves credit for investing in a tough environment

  • Just Eat: marketing is number one cost

    Just Eat: marketing is number one cost

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

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

  • The countdown to Brexit begins

    The countdown to Brexit begins

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

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

  • Visa addresses the importance of mobile

    Visa addresses the importance of mobile

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

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

  • Is Europe on a roll?

    Is Europe on a roll?

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

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

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

    Xylem set to clean up as world population continues to urbanise

  • Royal Caribbean get serious about Instagram

    Royal Caribbean get serious about Instagram

  • Brexit begins as Trump rally stalls

    Brexit begins as Trump rally stalls

  • Live Nation buys yet another iconic event

    Live Nation buys yet another iconic event

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

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

  • Google responds to advertiser boycott

    Google responds to advertiser boycott

  • Durable goods increases, Trump loses on healthcare

    Durable goods increases, Trump loses on healthcare

  • Changing consumer palates could be strong tailwind for Givaudan

    Changing consumer palates could be strong tailwind for Givaudan

  • Expedia: diversity and mobile key to Thai hotel market

    Expedia: diversity and mobile key to Thai hotel market

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

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

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

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

  • Amazon moves to enter Middle East

    Amazon moves to enter Middle East

  • Hermes’ strong 2016 signals upturn for luxury sector

    Hermes’ strong 2016 signals upturn for luxury sector

  • WPP CEO: digital ad platforms need more responsibility

    WPP CEO: digital ad platforms need more responsibility

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

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

  • Meet Richemont’s new smartwatch

    Meet Richemont’s new smartwatch

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    Climate change: world enters ‘uncharted territory’

  • Technogym and IBM collaborate on ‘virtual coach’

    Technogym and IBM collaborate on ‘virtual coach’

  • Adidas takes fast-fashion to new extremes

    Adidas takes fast-fashion to new extremes

  • Baidu takes the fight to cybercriminals

    Baidu takes the fight to cybercriminals

  • Starbucks expands mobile payments to China and Asia Pacific

    Starbucks expands mobile payments to China and Asia Pacific

  • Dominion speaks at intersection between fashion and ecommerce

    Dominion speaks at intersection between fashion and ecommerce

  • Brexit to be triggered 29 March

    Brexit to be triggered 29 March

  • Skyworks Solutions makes big bet on small cells

    Skyworks Solutions makes big bet on small cells

  • Moncler: specialization and diversification will bring growth

    Moncler: specialization and diversification will bring growth

  • The future of entertainment is clearly online

    The future of entertainment is clearly online

  • Beauty and the Beast cleans up at the box office

    Beauty and the Beast cleans up at the box office

  • Syngenta emphasizes collaboration at new building

    Syngenta emphasizes collaboration at new building

  • Baidu puts AI first

    Baidu puts AI first

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

    Fed raises rates, monetary policy on course for normal?

  • Even Beastly films can generate Beautiful revenues

    Even Beastly films can generate Beautiful revenues

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    MasterCard’s marketers: people don’t like ads

  • Eurofins Genomics launch “next generation DNA synthesis service”

    Eurofins Genomics launch “next generation DNA synthesis service”

  • British unemployment at 40-year low

    British unemployment at 40-year low

  • Dufry had a great 2016 with +27.5% turnover and integration of WDF

    Dufry had a great 2016 with +27.5% turnover and integration of WDF

  • DeepMind creates AI that can learn like a human

    DeepMind creates AI that can learn like a human

  • Inditex: profits rise despite unfavourable currency effects

    Inditex: profits rise despite unfavourable currency effects

  • Brexit: a new Scottish referendum looms?

    Brexit: a new Scottish referendum looms?

  • YouTube Uptime: a streaming app for Millennials and Boomlets

    YouTube Uptime: a streaming app for Millennials and Boomlets

  • Pandora and Disney – which one’s beauty, and which one’s the beast?

    Pandora and Disney – which one’s beauty, and which one’s the beast?

  • Citrix Systems looks for a buyer

    Citrix Systems looks for a buyer

  • Fed, economists, and investors all on same page

    Fed, economists, and investors all on same page

  • Facebook pushes video engagement with ‘continue watching’ feature

    Facebook pushes video engagement with ‘continue watching’ feature

  • Ulta Beauty’s 2016: strong sales, ecommerce up 63% in Q4

    Ulta Beauty’s 2016: strong sales, ecommerce up 63% in Q4

  • Oceans warming 13% faster than thought – and accelerating!

    Oceans warming 13% faster than thought – and accelerating!

  • Trump’s first month backs up ‘job creator’ claims

    Trump’s first month backs up ‘job creator’ claims

  • Self-driving cars need no driver capability in California

    Self-driving cars need no driver capability in California

  • Amazon speaks Spanish in US

    Amazon speaks Spanish in US

  • Chloé picks Natacha Ramsay-Levi as creative chief

    Chloé picks Natacha Ramsay-Levi as creative chief

  • Dimon: Don’t fear correction; Trump awakened “animal spirits”

    Dimon: Don’t fear correction; Trump awakened “animal spirits”

  • H&M joins the ‘cashless club’

    H&M joins the ‘cashless club’

  • Yoox Net-a-Porter to harness power of messaging

    Yoox Net-a-Porter to harness power of messaging

  • Assa Abloy simplifies specification with BIM

    Assa Abloy simplifies specification with BIM

  • Will we finally see “Brexit” begin this month?

    Will we finally see “Brexit” begin this month?

  • Nike’s next project: superhuman speed!

    Nike’s next project: superhuman speed!

  • Alphabet look to upgrade Nest add-ons

    Alphabet look to upgrade Nest add-ons

  • Amazon keeps WPP boss up at night

    Amazon keeps WPP boss up at night

  • Dominion speaks at ‘Ecommerce meets Fashion’ must-see event

    Dominion speaks at ‘Ecommerce meets Fashion’ must-see event 13 March 2017

  • Just Eat: pre-tax profits rise by 164%

    Just Eat: pre-tax profits rise by 164%

  • Lindt offers sweet results in a sour market

    Lindt offers sweet results in a sour market

  • Healthcare stocks need lifeline after presidential tweets

    Healthcare stocks need lifeline after presidential tweets

  • France: differentiated agricultural products lead to productivity; precision agriculture is the future

    France: differentiated agricultural products lead to productivity; precision agriculture is the future

  • What sets Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas apart?

    What sets Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas apart?

  • Think TripAdvisor’s business model is broken? Think again

    Think TripAdvisor’s business model is broken? Think again

  • Eurofins has ‘best year ever’ on ‘sustained growth momentum’

    Eurofins has ‘best year ever’ on ‘sustained growth momentum’

  • Yellen: rate hike in March “would likely be appropriate”

    Yellen: rate hike in March “would likely be appropriate”

  • Will Adidas look to capitalize on U.S. market?

    Will Adidas look to capitalize on U.S. market?

  • Syngenta expands digital agriculture offerings

    Syngenta expands digital agriculture offerings

  • Is Instagram the future of hotel and travel marketing?

    Is Instagram the future of hotel and travel marketing?

  • Movies to drive toy sales through 2017

    Movies to drive toy sales through 2017

  • Google launches YouTube TV in challenge to major networks

    Google launches YouTube TV in challenge to major networks

  • Zalando plans to keep outperforming rivals

    Zalando plans to keep outperforming rivals

  • Moncler revenues up 18% in 2016

    Moncler revenues up 18% in 2016

  • Dow Jones hits new high, FED hikes on horizon?

    Dow Jones hits new high, FED hikes on horizon?

  • Amazon’s Twitch to move into selling games digitally

    Amazon’s Twitch to move into selling games digitally

  • Domino’s Pizza serves up tasty dish for investors

    Domino’s Pizza serves up tasty dish for investors

  • Priceline up 4% thanks to strong quarterly earnings

    Priceline up 4% thanks to strong quarterly earnings

  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK FOR MARCH

    ECONOMIC OUTLOOK FOR MARCH

  • Chinese wages outpace Brazil, Argentina, Mexico

    Chinese wages outpace Brazil, Argentina, Mexico

  • Take-Two jump into eSports with NBA collaboration

    Take-Two jump into eSports with NBA collaboration

  • Dufry brings Hudson brand to China

    Dufry brings Hudson brand to China

  • President Trump to address congress later today

    President Trump to address congress later today

  • Live Nation sees strong fourth quarter

    Live Nation sees strong fourth quarter

  • Artificial intelligence in post-Brexit Britain

    Artificial intelligence in post-Brexit Britain

  • It’s Women’s Month at Landmark Mandarin Oriental

    It’s Women’s Month at Landmark Mandarin Oriental

  • Warren Buffet’s letter to shareholders: an ode to the U.S. economy

    Warren Buffet’s letter to shareholders: an ode to the U.S. economy

  • Chinese consumers: wealthy, confident, sophisticated

    Chinese consumers: wealthy, confident, sophisticated

  • Ctrip jumps on the back of strong fourth quarter

    Ctrip jumps on the back of strong fourth quarter

  • Clubcorp’s fourth quarter beats the street

    Clubcorp’s fourth quarter beats the street

  • Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

    Alphabet mounts challenge to Uber, Lyft

  • Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

    Pandora: India is next jewelry market to conquer

  • PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

    PayPal: mobile is key to South African Ecommerce market growth

  • Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

    Brown Forman marries consumer trends: nutrition, meet alcohol!

  • Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

    Will UK agriculture collapse under the weight of Brexit?

  • Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

    Baidu gets serious about smart homes with Raven Tech

  • Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

    Remy Cointreau most appealing to young drinkers

  • Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

    Wolters Kluwer release 2016 full-year report – stock rising

  • Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

    Europe’s economic recovery continues thanks to France

  • L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

    L’Oreal reaps the benefit of higher digital spend

  • Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

    Mobile auto sales ‘driving’ eBay performance

  • Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

    Deere beats expectations on Q1 – ups outlook for 2017

  • Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

    Marriott beats expectations in fourth quarter

  • Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

    Electronic Arts makes gaming half price

  • Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

    Assa Abloy door wins coveted industry award

  • Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

    Facebook’s new mission statement offers ‘fake news’ update

  • According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

    According to the stock market, Trump hasn’t put a foot wrong!

  • H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

    H&M ready to wage war against online competitors

  • Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

    Google takes Pixel smartphones seriously – so should its competition

  • Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

    Ukraine has cashless future in its sights – and so does Dominion

  • Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

    Starbucks’ biggest hurdle? It’s own success!

  • Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

    Zalando knows “where it’s at” – and where it needs to be

  • Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

    Eurofins continues acquisition-led expansion with Brazilian ASL

  • Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

    Yellen: more rate hikes coming if economy stays strong

  • Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

    Facebook commits to media audit; doubles down on ad offerings

  • Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

    Yoox-Net-a-Porter sales jump on customer number increase

  • Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

    Just Eat on the lookout for new CEO

  • U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

    U.S. investors and business owners see rosy future

  • Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

    Disney raises ticket price in U.S. and hopes in Europe

  • Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

    Tencent lets users give gold for Valentine’s Day

  • Xylem demonstrates dewatering credibility in Germany

    Xylem demonstrates dewatering credibility in Germany

  • S&P 500 hits record; stocks rally globally; the week ahead

    S&P 500 hits record; stocks rally globally; the week ahead

  • FedEx deepens its ecommerce offerings

    FedEx deepens its ecommerce offerings

  • Adidas’ latest video ad reiterates creative credentials

    Adidas’ latest video ad reiterates creative credentials

  • Merck KGaA points new tool at drug development

    Merck KGaA points new tool at drug development

  • Nike’s high-tech designs may hold blueprint for its future

    Nike’s high-tech designs may hold blueprint for its future

  • Activision Blizzard: breaking records and beating estimates in 2016

    Activision Blizzard: breaking records and beating estimates in 2016

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