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  • Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

    Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

    Managed, Friday, 18 August 2017

    China’s biggest gaming and social media company, Tencent, has soundly beaten analysts’ expectations with its earnings for the second quarter of 2017. Perhaps more impressively, the company has not only continued a lengthy streak of success, but actually ...
  • Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

    Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

    Luxury, Friday, 18 August 2017

    Duty Free retail giant Dufry has announced plans to establish a Center of Excellence for the cruise and ferry retail market in Miami. Currently, the division only makes up about 2% of Dufry’s revenue, but the company says it is a “strategic growth ...
  • Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

    Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

    Ecommerce, Friday, 18 August 2017

    President Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy. In yet another headline making tweet, the leader of the free world has been causing turmoil in markets again. This time, the object of his ire is Amazon, the ecommerce titan that now accounts for 43% of all ...
  • Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

    Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

    Luxury, Friday, 18 August 2017

    Spanish fast fashion expert Inditex has opened its first stores for its flagship brands in Minsk, Belarus. The company will now be selling clothing from its Zara, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, and Zara Home labels in the Dana Mall in ...
  • Has Tinder made online dating cool?

    Has Tinder made online dating cool?

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 17 August 2017

    Seventeen years ago, online dating was not a new concept – Match.com launched in 1995. But it was also not a ‘cool’ concept. The widespread belief at the time was that going online to find love represented a failure, and those that did so must be ...
  • Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

    Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

    Luxury, Thursday, 17 August 2017

    Marriott International has debuted a new advertising campaign that seriously updates its brand marketing. The company’s new advertisements – collectively called ‘Golden Rule’ – focus on its four “classic select” brands: ...
  • PayPal makes a play for top female talent

    PayPal makes a play for top female talent

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 17 August 2017

    Over the last month, a light has been shined yet again on diversity in Silicon Valley. This time, the spark of controversy was lit by a Google employee who penned a memo questioning the extent to which inherent differences between men and women may explain the ...
  • Compass Group goes green

    Compass Group goes green

    Managed, Thursday, 17 August 2017

    Earlier this month, global catering titan Compass Group made an announcement that is sure to play well amongst their more ethically concerned clients: the company is pursuing sustainably sourced salmon in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. And this contract is just ...
  • Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

    Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

    Managed, Wednesday, 16 August 2017

    If you listen to some commentators, global coffeehouse kingpin Starbucks is now seeing growth peter out in its domestic market, the U.S. There are some compelling factors for agreeing with them – the company now has 13,000 stores in the country, and the ...
  • JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

    JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 16 August 2017

    JD.com, second only to Alibaba in size, is a dominant force in the Chinese ecommerce space, and it recently released earnings results for its second quarter. The company beat its own guidance and smashed analysts’ expectations on revenue, which came in at 93.2 ...
  • Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

    Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

    Luxury, Wednesday, 16 August 2017

    When he was installed in the role of Burberry CEO some 40 days ago, Marco Gobbetti had two clearly defined tasks: return the company’s sales to growth, and cut £100 million in costs by 2019. Well, Burberry did see its sales return to growth at the end of ...
  • Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

    Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

    Luxury, Wednesday, 16 August 2017

    Chinese sportswear retailer Anta Sports has reported its biggest ever six-month profit for the first half the year. The company said that sales of its kids’ product line soared, and a promising showing on the ecommerce front, drove performance. The company ...
  • Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

    Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

    Managed, Tuesday, 15 August 2017

    Medical products supplier Abbott Laboratories has a problem: its nutritional products segment, which makes Similac infant formula amongst other things, is not performing the way that the company would like. Originally billed as a growth engine for the Chicago-based ...
  • Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

    Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 August 2017

    Global luggage market leader Samsonite is planning to push its online business to new heights in India. According to the company’s president of Asia Pacific, Subrata Dutta: "In India, online sales contribution is 8 per cent whereas on a global scale, ...
  • MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

    MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 15 August 2017

    According to MasterCard’s chief financial officer, Martina Hund-Mejean, the internationally recognized credit card company is increasingly targeting Millennial spenders. There are some compelling reasons for doing so: according to Experian PLC, the average ...
  • Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

    Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

    Luxury, Tuesday, 15 August 2017

    Sporting apparel maker Puma is entering the world of high tech training thanks to a recent partnership with Lumo Bodytech. Lumo, which has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) platform for smart sensors and software that allows athletes to optimize performance ...
  • Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

    Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

    Luxury, Monday, 14 August 2017

    Macy’s, Sears, and J.C. Penney have all struggled with shrinking growth over the last twelve months, as their brick-and-mortar operations fail to compete against the steamroller effect of ecommerce – a proposition that offers more choice, more ...
  • How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

    How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

    Luxury, Monday, 14 August 2017

    Two leather bags: made by different luxury companies, and bought in different hemispheres of the world – what do they have in common? Amongst the obvious fashion appeal, the answer may surprise you: they were probably made next to one another. The town of ...
  • China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

    China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

    Ecommerce, Monday, 14 August 2017

    Baidu is often described as the Chinese answer to Google. It is an apt description. Like Google, Baidu dominates its domestic landscape’s search capability. Also like Google, it is an ambitious market leader in the artificial intelligence (AI) sector. There is ...
  • Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

    Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

    Managed, Monday, 14 August 2017

    Halma Plc., a technology group best known for its hazard detection and life protection businesses, has purchased two companies involved in monitoring blood pressure. These acquisitions will bolster Halma’s growing medical segment, and are expected to be ...
  • Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

    Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

    Managed, Friday, 11 August 2017

    Live entertainment specialist Live Nation reported second quarter results this week that topped analysts’ expectations and sent the share price rocketing upwards. At time of writing, the company’s up 54.25%, with 6.7% of that coming after hours on ...
  • Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

    Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

    Luxury, Friday, 11 August 2017

    Luxury giant Kering, the company behind brands like Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci, has partnered with Chinese ecommerce titan Alibaba to put an end to counterfeit goods being sold online. The deal will see Kering withdraw a lawsuit against Alibaba and affiliate ...
  • Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

    Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

    Ecommerce, Friday, 11 August 2017

    Ctrip and Baidu have joined forces to make it easier for Chinese tourists abroad to understand the local lingo. This partnership brings together two of China’s tech titans: search engine market leader and artificial intelligence enthusiast Baidu, and online ...
  • L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

    L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

    Luxury, Friday, 11 August 2017

    It’s no secret that the rise of social media, smartphone selfies, and reality TV has led Millennial consumers to be more image conscious than their predecessors. But one trend that is not widely reported on is the fact that this doesn’t just put pressure ...
  • Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

    Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 10 August 2017

    Online retailer Amazon has been using a clever strategy to benefit from the popularity of its sales platform: the presence of secret, Amazon-owned, brands that outcompete more popular companies on price. “Secret” is, perhaps, a stretch: when Mike ...
  • For Ferrari, size might matter

    For Ferrari, size might matter

    Luxury, Thursday, 10 August 2017

    Ferrari is allegedly considering adding a four seat “utility vehicle” to its line of vehicles. The Italian luxury supercar maker is working on a five-year plan to double profit by 2022, according to people familiar with the matter, who asked not to be ...
  • Burberry and the Beast?

    Burberry and the Beast?

    Luxury, Thursday, 10 August 2017

    British fashion house Burberry is branching out into more ‘Beastly’ apparel, courtesy of its latest line of accessories. Playing on the popularity of Disney’s classic Beauty and the Beast, the company is hoping that Millennial mummies and their ...
  • WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

    WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

    Managed, Thursday, 10 August 2017

    WPP, the world’s largest advertising agency, is upping its spend on Snapchat for its online marketing endeavours. Outspoken CEO Sir Martin Sorrell – who has often been noted for his particular turn of phrase – describes the money WPP is planning to ...
  • Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

    Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

    Luxury, Wednesday, 09 August 2017

    Luxury hotel group Marriott beat analysts’ expectations when it released earnings for its second quarter. The company reported that RevPAR (revenue per room – a critical metric in the hospitality industry) increased 2.2% worldwide, and 0.9% in the U.S. ...
  • Tencent share price hits all time high

    Tencent share price hits all time high

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 09 August 2017

    Chinese internet giant and mobile video game king Tencent saw its share price hit an all time high on Monday. The company is a week away from releasing its second quarter earnings (August 16 – we’ll see you there), and a strong outlook for its flagship ...
  • Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

    Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

    Luxury, Wednesday, 09 August 2017

    Starbucks is all in on China. While brands like Coca Cola and McDonalds are selling their businesses in the country, the coffee house kingpin is increasing its own. Starbucks is currently opening more than a store a day in China. This confidence in the Chinese ...
  • Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

    Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

    Managed, Wednesday, 09 August 2017

    Plastic pipe manufacturer Polypipe has beaten analsyts’ expectations and reported record results for the first half of 2017. The Doncaster-based water company saw an 8.4% increase in revenue (2% better than analysts’ predicted) to £242 million ...
  • The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

    The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

    Managed, Tuesday, 08 August 2017

    It’s common knowledge that climate change is bad news for agriculture: crops will struggle to grow in higher temperatures, farming will be more difficult as weather becomes less predictable, and the global water crisis will be exacerbated, making it harder to ...
  • Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

    Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

    Managed, Tuesday, 08 August 2017

    Through YouTube, Google is pretty involved with the esports phenomenon. The video hosting site is one of the prime places that enthusiasts log on to watch their heroes play video games. Now, through its YouTube Red platform, Google is hoping to cash in on the trend ...
  • Global Payments sees strong second quarter

    Global Payments sees strong second quarter

    Ecommerce, Tuesday, 08 August 2017

    Worldwide cashless transaction enabler Global Payments reported second quarter earnings last week, demonstrating a strong business and beating analysts’ expectations. The company said its GAAP revenues came in at $962.2 million for the quarter, compared to ...
  • Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

    Managed, Tuesday, 08 August 2017

    Water engineering company Tetra Tech set new records for itself last week, when it released its third quarter earnings report. The company saw revenue of $685 million for the quarter, a 3% rise from the same quarter in the previous year. Operating income rose 17% ...
  • U.S. jobs report beats expectations

    U.S. jobs report beats expectations

    All News, Monday, 07 August 2017

    On Friday, the latest U.S. jobs report was released, demonstrating a more robust labour market than many had expected. U.S. stocks were mixed, with the S&P 500 churning just below an all-time high, while the dollar erased some losses. The report said that U.S. ...
  •  Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

    Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

    Ecommerce, Monday, 07 August 2017

    Market leading video game developer Activision Blizzard released second-quarter earnings results last week that dwarfed analysts’ expectations, as their hit title Overwatch continued to outperform with gamers. The company reported net income of $243 million, ...
  • YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

    YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

    Luxury, Monday, 07 August 2017

    Online luxury retailer Yoox Net-a-Porter reported first half earnings that beat the Street’s expectations thanks to an uptick in mobile usage amongst consumers. The company’s mobile platform now accounts for more than half of its total sales. Adjusted ...
  • Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

    Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

    Managed, Monday, 07 August 2017

    Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, the I.T. firm and digital consultancy, reported second quarter results last week that saw it make strong gains on the previous year. Revenue for the quarter stood at $3.67 billion, an 8.9% rise from the year-ago quarter, ...
  • Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

    Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

    Ecommerce, Friday, 04 August 2017

    This week, video game company Take Two Interactive, the name behind popular franchises Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, released earnings results for the first quarter of 2018. Grand Theft Auto is a bright spot for the company again, as its new online ...
  • Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

    Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

    Managed, Friday, 04 August 2017

    Delphi Automotive, a leading name in the vehicle components-maker market, has raised its full year guidance following a strong second quarter and burgeoning growth prospects in electrification and safety systems. These trends play into the ‘green ...
  • Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

    Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

    Luxury, Friday, 04 August 2017

    Ferrari, the Italian company behind some of the most famous and exclusive supercars ever made, reported quarterly earnings this week, showing a robust underlying business. The company saw consistent strong demand for its special editions, including the LaFerrari ...
  • Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

    Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

    Managed, Friday, 04 August 2017

    Takeaway food delivery service Just Eat has had its worries recently. The company has been in the headlines over the past few months for its lack of stable leadership, following the shock departure of former CEO David Buttress. It has loudly bemoaned the impending ...
  • Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

    Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

    Managed, Thursday, 03 August 2017

    Salt is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Alphabet, the parent company of search engine superstar Google. However, if you thought about its ‘mad scientist’ wing, X (which has previously given us self-driving cars and ...
  • Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

    Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

    Ecommerce, Thursday, 03 August 2017

    Machine vision specialist Cognex reported earnings for the second quarter of 2017 at the beginning of this week. And investors were in for a positive surprise: the company set a new record for quarterly revenue in the three months ending July 2. Cognex also logged a ...
  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

    Luxury, Thursday, 03 August 2017

    IDEXX Laboratories (Idexx) is the world’s largest pet health equipment maker. This segment is the fastest growing when it comes to discretionary pet spending worldwide, and Idexx holds 40% of the market. On Tuesday the company released its second quarter ...
  • Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

    Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

    /managed-news-feed-articles, Thursday, 03 August 2017

    Global water technology company Xylem Inc. reported earnings for the second quarter of 2017 this week. The company saw a slight beat against analysts’ expectations on profit, and a slight miss on revenue, but delivered impressive results against the comparable ...
  • Economic Outlook for August 2017

    Economic Outlook for August 2017

    All Funds, Wednesday, 02 August 2017

    During July Asia saw a strong equity market performance (the MSCI Asia Pacific jumped by 3.7%), whilst the S&P 500 in the USA recorded a 1.9% increase. Europe, however, lagged behind (the Euro Stoxx 50 was virtually unchanged with +0.2%). The divergence between ...
  • Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

    Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

    Ecommerce, Wednesday, 02 August 2017

    Travel technology group Amadeus reported earnings for the first half of 2017 last Friday, demonstrating a strong underlying business that justifies the meteoric ascent of its share price this year. Amadeus has been an outperformer for more than just the last seven ...

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  • Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

    Tencent smashes forecasts in best-ever quarterly results

  • Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

    Dufry embraces cruise retail with center of excellence

  • Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

    Donald Trump unloads on Amazon – but it could be a good thing

  • Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

    Inditex pushes into Belarus fashion market

  • Has Tinder made online dating cool?

    Has Tinder made online dating cool?

  • Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

    Marriott launches ‘Golden Rule’ campaign

  • PayPal makes a play for top female talent

    PayPal makes a play for top female talent

  • Compass Group goes green

    Compass Group goes green

  • Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

    Three reasons the Starbucks story hasn’t finished in the U.S.

  • JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

    JD.com beats the street on revenue in Q2

  • Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

    Burberry boss to embark on cost-cutting spree

  • Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

    Anta Sports sees biggest ever six-month profit

  • Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

    Is Abbott Laboratories planning to sell off its nutritional wing?

  • Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

    Samsonite sees online sales opportunities in India

  • MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

    MasterCard sets its sights on Millennial spenders

  • Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

    Puma embraces artificial intelligence in partnership with Lumo Bodytech

  • Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

    Luxury Institute: “Tiffany is no pretender”

  • How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

    How one town is crucial to the leather goods industry

  • China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

    China’s AI market leader shares plans to conquer the sector

  • Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

    Halma uses two acquisitions to increase medical capabilities

  • Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

    Live Nation beats the street to deliver a crowd pleaser

  • Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

    Kering and Alibaba join forces in the fight against counterfeiting

  • Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

    Ctrip and Baidu team up to translate for tourists

  • L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

    L’oreal: the next big cosmetics trend could be makeup for guys

  • Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

    Amazon’s retail genius: secret brands

  • For Ferrari, size might matter

    For Ferrari, size might matter

  • Burberry and the Beast?

    Burberry and the Beast?

  • WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

    WPP snaps up Snapchat ads – but Facebook still reigns supreme

  • Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

    Marriott beats the street and makes a play for China

  • Tencent share price hits all time high

    Tencent share price hits all time high

  • Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

    Some brands are scared of China – not Starbucks

  • Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

    Polypipe sees record performance in first half of 2017

  • The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

    The latest victims of climate change: iron and protein

  • Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

    Google courts the esports crowd in a unique way

  • Global Payments sees strong second quarter

    Global Payments sees strong second quarter

  • Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

    Tetra Tech sets new records with third quarter earnings

  • U.S. jobs report beats expectations

    U.S. jobs report beats expectations

  •  Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

    Activision Blizzard smashes analysts’ expectations, raises forecast

  • YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

    YNAP beats expectations thanks to smartphone sales

  • Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

    Cognizant sees 86.5% profit growth from last year

  • Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

    Take Two Interactive rides Grand Theft Auto to the bank

  • Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

    Delphi Automotive raises forecasts on back of strong quarter

  • Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

    Ferrari’s profit accelerates, leaves share price behind

  • Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

    Burger King extends delivery deal with Just Eat

  • Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

    Alphabet looks to solve renewable energy’s storage problem

  • Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

    Cognex sees record quarterly revenue in Q2

  • IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

    IDEXX Laboratories beats the street on revenue and earnings

  • Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

    Xylem sees solid second quarter of 2017

  • Economic Outlook for August 2017

    Economic Outlook for August 2017

  • Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

    Amadeus shares continue to soar as company reports first half results

  • Dufry’s organic growth hits 5-year high thanks to UK

    Dufry’s organic growth hits 5-year high thanks to UK

  • Mixed results send Nielsen’s share price up

    Mixed results send Nielsen’s share price up

  • Investors still fail to understand Jeff Bezos’ strategy for Amazon

    Investors still fail to understand Jeff Bezos’ strategy for Amazon

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    Expedia beats expectations in Q2, delivers $2.6 billion revenue

  • Just Eat sees more profit, raises guidance

    Just Eat sees more profit, raises guidance

  • Hexagon expects growth to pick up in a lucrative market

    Hexagon expects growth to pick up in a lucrative market

  • Baidu beats the street as it caps expenditure

    Baidu beats the street as it caps expenditure

  • Moncler sees 18% revenue growth in first half of 2017

    Moncler sees 18% revenue growth in first half of 2017

  • Kering outperforms expectations to deliver record growth in first half of 2017

    Kering outperforms expectations to deliver record growth in first half of 2017

  • KION Group sees continued success in Q2

    KION Group sees continued success in Q2

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    Facebook made more money in Q2 and promises to spend less. Shares jump.

  • Las Vegas Sands beat expectations in Q2, Macau rebound in full swing

    Las Vegas Sands beat expectations in Q2, Macau rebound in full swing

  • LVMH reports ‘robust’ first half of the year

    LVMH reports ‘robust’ first half of the year

  • PayPal raises forecast on back of positive quarter

    PayPal raises forecast on back of positive quarter

  • New Oriental Education continues meteoric rise, beats estimates

    New Oriental Education continues meteoric rise, beats estimates

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    Facebook TV – coming next month?

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    Domino’s beats expectations at home and overall, but lags overseas

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    World’s biggest caterer sees 3.9% organic growth

  • Can Louis Vuitton break the Chinese ecommerce market alone?

    Can Louis Vuitton break the Chinese ecommerce market alone?

  • Alphabet revenue climbs 20% in Q2 – shares trend down

    Alphabet revenue climbs 20% in Q2 – shares trend down

  • Marriott implements 48-hour cancellation policies

    Marriott implements 48-hour cancellation policies

  • Match Group speaks out about Net Neutrality

    Match Group speaks out about Net Neutrality

  • Internet ‘Big 3’ poised for biggest test: living up to their reputations

    Internet ‘Big 3’ poised for biggest test: living up to their reputations

  • Richemont sees future in leather goods

    Richemont sees future in leather goods

  • Hermes remains “ambitious” when it comes to revenue growth

    Hermes remains “ambitious” when it comes to revenue growth

  • Citrix for sale? Maybe not

    Citrix for sale? Maybe not

  • China’s ambitious plan to become the artificial intelligence global leader

    China’s ambitious plan to become the artificial intelligence global leader

  • H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

    H&M ends monthly sales reports on a high note

  • Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

    Does Amazon want to push further into your kitchen?

  • Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

    Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

  • Facebook to start monetizing news

    Facebook to start monetizing news

  • Puma picks up the pace with yet another forecast update for 2017

    Puma picks up the pace with yet another forecast update for 2017

  • Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

    Amadeus sets out vision for future of travel

  • Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

    Rémy Cointreau sees first quarter sales rise 10%

  • ANTA Sports Products collaborates with the Economist to uncover what drives China’s athletic apparel sales

    ANTA Sports Products collaborates with the Economist to uncover what drives China’s athletic apparel sales

  • Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

    Nielsen sheds light on Generation Z and Millennials

  • Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

    Kering aims to double revenue at Saint Laurent

  • Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

    Novartis beats estimates, considers eye care unit spin off

  •  Lloyd’s estimates global cyber attack could cost $121.4 billion

    Lloyd’s estimates global cyber attack could cost $121.4 billion

  • Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

    Oxford University: governments propagandise social media

  • LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

    LVMH partners with Polimoda to deliver leather goods training

  • Xylem Inc.: it’s time to rebuild America’s water infrastructure

    Xylem Inc.: it’s time to rebuild America’s water infrastructure

  • Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

    Activision Blizzard builds professional eSports league around Overwatch

  • ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

    ClubCorp agrees to acquisition by Apollo Global Management LLC.

  • China moves slowly on smart speakers

    China moves slowly on smart speakers

  • Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

    Global Payments joins partnership to establish Payment Innovation Hub in Barcelona

  • Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

    Facebook steps up monetization with ads in marketplace

  • Starbucks puts coffee on tap

    Starbucks puts coffee on tap

  • Google lets Dandelion go free

    Google lets Dandelion go free

  • WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

    WPP looks to offset Brexit with western European acquisitions

  • When it comes to the digital world, does size matter?

    When it comes to the digital world, does size matter?

  • Burberry sees stellar sales in China

    Burberry sees stellar sales in China

  • Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

    Just Eat: Britain needs more curry chefs!

  • Live Nation Switzerland acquires Europe’s leading hip-hop event

    Live Nation Switzerland acquires Europe’s leading hip-hop event

  • Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

    Yellen’s language hints concern over subdued inflation

  • LVMH hopes to take a bite out of Apple’s business

    LVMH hopes to take a bite out of Apple’s business

  • Amazon Prime so popular it cost U.S. $10 billion last Tuesday?

    Amazon Prime so popular it cost U.S. $10 billion last Tuesday?

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    Givaudan digs deep for dairy: acquires Vika

  • Raymond James: Nike’s Instagram deal could send share price up 20%

    Raymond James: Nike’s Instagram deal could send share price up 20%

  • Starbucks embraces the rainbow for Pride

    Starbucks embraces the rainbow for Pride

  • MasterCard has its sights set on Africa

    MasterCard has its sights set on Africa

  • Eurofins acquires Amatsigroup, furthers biopharmaceuticals lead

    Eurofins acquires Amatsigroup, furthers biopharmaceuticals lead

  • Video games forecast to grow 7.7% this year, hit $130 billion by 2020

    Video games forecast to grow 7.7% this year, hit $130 billion by 2020

  • L’Oreal’s incredible long-term growth story

    L’Oreal’s incredible long-term growth story

  • Volatile weather “new normal” in world beset by global warming

    Volatile weather “new normal” in world beset by global warming

  • Can Amazon Prime become more popular than cable TV?

    Can Amazon Prime become more popular than cable TV?

  • Tencent bringing Honour of Kings to the west

    Tencent bringing Honour of Kings to the west

  • What makes Ulta Beauty more attractive than its rivals?

    What makes Ulta Beauty more attractive than its rivals?

  • Just Eat finds new CEO: former Moneysupermarket boss

    Just Eat finds new CEO: former Moneysupermarket boss

  • Barracuda Networks teams with CMS to expand operation in UK

    Barracuda Networks teams with CMS to expand operation in UK

  • Google’s DeepMind finds way around academic brain drain

    Google’s DeepMind finds way around academic brain drain

  • France to ban all petrol and diesel cars by 2040

    France to ban all petrol and diesel cars by 2040

  • Is “50 to 75” the new “18 to 30”?

    Is “50 to 75” the new “18 to 30”?

  • Zalando forms JV with Bestseller to own FashionTrade.com

    Zalando forms JV with Bestseller to own FashionTrade.com

  • Big pharma battles the bulge – but where’s the profit?

    Big pharma battles the bulge – but where’s the profit?

  • Domino’s continues to deliver pizza with a tech edge

    Domino’s continues to deliver pizza with a tech edge

  • Are Visa and MasterCard looking to Denmark for possible acquisition?

    Are Visa and MasterCard looking to Denmark for possible acquisition?

  • Burberry welcomes new CEO

    Burberry welcomes new CEO

  • China questions “addictiveness” of top Tencent game

    China questions “addictiveness” of top Tencent game

  • Starbucks reiterates premium focus with historic Kyoto café

    Starbucks reiterates premium focus with historic Kyoto café

  • China keeps tight reins on internet access

    China keeps tight reins on internet access

  • Pandora’s plans for US retail

    Pandora’s plans for US retail

  • Can artificial intelligence grow China’s economy by 26% to 2030?

    Can artificial intelligence grow China’s economy by 26% to 2030?

  • Nike looks to social media for fashion sales

    Nike looks to social media for fashion sales

  • Antitrust authorities eye up Facebook

    Antitrust authorities eye up Facebook

  • Assa Abloy acquires Atlantic Door Control

    Assa Abloy acquires Atlantic Door Control

  • Economic Outlook for July 2017

    Economic Outlook for July 2017

  • Nike beats the street, confirms Amazon deal

    Nike beats the street, confirms Amazon deal

  • H&M sees surprise profit rise

    H&M sees surprise profit rise

  • Novartis signs deal with Vectura to deliver generic U.S. lung therapy

    Novartis signs deal with Vectura to deliver generic U.S. lung therapy

  • Can Amazon become the number one digital advertising player?

    Can Amazon become the number one digital advertising player?

  • Earth has three years to reduce causes of global warming

    Earth has three years to reduce causes of global warming

  • Essilor’s CEO talks Luxottica deal

    Essilor’s CEO talks Luxottica deal

  • World reels from second groundbreaking hack of the year

    World reels from second groundbreaking hack of the year

  • Amazon and Google go to war over smart homes

    Amazon and Google go to war over smart homes

  • Live Nation spends $2 million on ‘pop-up’ events

    Live Nation spends $2 million on ‘pop-up’ events

  • Tencent’s freemium model sets it apart, and still has room to grow

    Tencent’s freemium model sets it apart, and still has room to grow

  • ViaSat’s share price ‘rockets’ on back of successful launch

    ViaSat’s share price ‘rockets’ on back of successful launch

  • FedEx smashes analysts’ expectations

    FedEx smashes analysts’ expectations

  • Mandarin Oriental continues to realise value from real estate

    Mandarin Oriental continues to realise value from real estate

  • Starbucks focuses on food

    Starbucks focuses on food

  • Tiffany makes play for female empowerment with HardWear collection

    Tiffany makes play for female empowerment with HardWear collection

  • WPP CEO talks Silicon Valley, Brexit, and branding

    WPP CEO talks Silicon Valley, Brexit, and branding

  • Competitive video gaming passing major milestones

    Competitive video gaming passing major milestones

  • JD.com wants to bring luxury e-tail to the east

    JD.com wants to bring luxury e-tail to the east

  • The secret to Ulta Beauty’s success? Omnichannel done right!

    The secret to Ulta Beauty’s success? Omnichannel done right!

  • Could climate change dent productivity?

    Could climate change dent productivity?

  • Is Nike about to sell directly on Amazon?

    Is Nike about to sell directly on Amazon?

  • What you need to know about Activision Blizzard’s E3

    What you need to know about Activision Blizzard’s E3

  • Potential sale sends Hexagon higher

    Potential sale sends Hexagon higher

  • Delphi could be just what Intel needs

    Delphi could be just what Intel needs

  • Brown Forman celebrates Early Times bourbon with “special expression”

    Brown Forman celebrates Early Times bourbon with “special expression”

  • Xylem’s 2016 sustainability report published

    Xylem’s 2016 sustainability report published

  • Ctrip enters partnership with Melia Hotels

    Ctrip enters partnership with Melia Hotels

  • Millennials exert their influence on luxury market

    Millennials exert their influence on luxury market

  • Could the Internet of Things propel Skyworks even higher?

    Could the Internet of Things propel Skyworks even higher?

  • Is Trump tough on Big Pharma? No way!

    Is Trump tough on Big Pharma? No way!

  • TripAdvisor returns to TV

    TripAdvisor returns to TV

  • Alibaba looks to U.S. small businesses to trade online

    Alibaba looks to U.S. small businesses to trade online

  • Carnival Cruise Line updates HUB app with more great features

    Carnival Cruise Line updates HUB app with more great features

  • Will media companies turn on Facebook?

    Will media companies turn on Facebook?

  • LVMH CEO fears ‘scary’ global crisis – but long-term optimist

    LVMH CEO fears ‘scary’ global crisis – but long-term optimist

  • PayPal’s Dan Schulman on the company’s future

    PayPal’s Dan Schulman on the company’s future

  • Google outlines plans to suppress terrorist propaganda

    Google outlines plans to suppress terrorist propaganda

  • Fast fashion is speeding up

    Fast fashion is speeding up

  • Cognizant Technology Solutions to acquire TMG Health

    Cognizant Technology Solutions to acquire TMG Health

  • Amazon buys Whole Foods for $13.7 billion

    Amazon buys Whole Foods for $13.7 billion

  • Nike experimenting with ‘local’ theme

    Nike experimenting with ‘local’ theme

  • EA is so pleased with progress, boss sees 19% rise in compensation

    EA is so pleased with progress, boss sees 19% rise in compensation

  • Wolters Kluwer makes play for trade secrets legal business

    Wolters Kluwer makes play for trade secrets legal business

  • Alphabet joins the pharmaceutical industry?

    Alphabet joins the pharmaceutical industry?

  • Inditex sees profits rise by 18% in first quarter

    Inditex sees profits rise by 18% in first quarter

  • MasterCard’s innovative approach to travel

    MasterCard’s innovative approach to travel

  • Is L’Oreal selling The Body Shop?

    Is L’Oreal selling The Body Shop?

  • FED goes ahead with rates hike – one more planned for later this year

    FED goes ahead with rates hike – one more planned for later this year

  • Mcommerce will drive AI uptick in retail

    Mcommerce will drive AI uptick in retail

  • Historic exhibition charts Caterpillar’s transformation into an iconic brand

    Historic exhibition charts Caterpillar’s transformation into an iconic brand

  • Pandora’s President of the Americas talks retail

    Pandora’s President of the Americas talks retail

  • Luxury is picking up digital pace in 2017

    Luxury is picking up digital pace in 2017

  • Can Amazon motor past the competition and innovate car buying?

    Can Amazon motor past the competition and innovate car buying?

  • Florida sees success with water reuse test

    Florida sees success with water reuse test

  • JD.com drones on impressively

    JD.com drones on impressively

  • Is Taiwan about to become agriculture’s Silicon Valley?

    Is Taiwan about to become agriculture’s Silicon Valley?

  • Novartis: how to price a groundbreaking new treatment?

    Novartis: how to price a groundbreaking new treatment?

  • Are any retailers safe from Ecommerce?

    Are any retailers safe from Ecommerce?

  • Luxury retail still has winners – if you pick wisely

    Luxury retail still has winners – if you pick wisely

  • Conservatives win UK election… barely

    Conservatives win UK election… barely

  • Luxury sector comes out of its ‘blue period’

    Luxury sector comes out of its ‘blue period’

  • Watch out Walmart – Amazon’s feeling charitable

    Watch out Walmart – Amazon’s feeling charitable

  • Remy Cointreau advances thanks to Chinese thirst

    Remy Cointreau advances thanks to Chinese thirst

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