U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to slap new tariffs on Chinese imports comes on the heels of unexpectedly strong second-quarter results for consumer products companies, boosted by spending on luxury items.
Following the arrival of Alastair McKimm as new global editor-in-chief earlier this year, i-D Magazine has made four senior editorial appointments as part of its bid to be creative, innovative and inclusive.
Amazon.com Inc founder Jeff Bezos sold shares worth $1.8 billion (£1.49 billion) in the last three days of July, reducing the value of his stake in the world's third most valuable company to about $110 billion.
Transformational sustainability, rather than just paying lip service to the issue, is still several years away and could mean price rises, a UK retailer survey shows. But fashion is at the forefront of the eco drive.
Global shopping malls giant Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has reported solid results, but its UK operations (the London Westfield malls) suffered from the same problems we heard about at rivals Hammerson and Intu this week.
Zalando is investing for growth and it's paying off as site visits and revenue are rising fast. But while adjusted operating earnings are on the rise, net income is still low as it prepares for a more profitable future.
Amazon.com Inc is in exploratory talks with Reliance Industries Ltd-owned Reliance Retail for buying up to 26% stake in India's biggest brick-and-mortar retailer, the Economic Times (ET) reported on Thursday.
Europe’s largest property firm Unibail-Rodamco Westfield raised its full-year earnings guidance on Wednesday after reporting strong first-half growth in tenant sales at its flagship European and American retail centres.
It may not seem as if consumers are feeling good about spending at the moment, but a new study on Wednesday showed that consumer confidence in the UK increased during July, albeit the rise only taking it to -11.
Gucci may not have grown quite as fast in the latest quarter, according to Kering’s recent results, but it continues to be hugely popular, with the brand making it back to the top spot in the latest Lyst Index for Q2.
Next continued to show what a well-run business it is with a trading statement on Wednesday that showed higher sales. Online outperformed and more than made up for falling sales in its physical stores.