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.
Rakuten Marketing, the division of the Japanese giant Rakuten in charge of targeting and advertising customisation, has appointed Anthony Capano to the newly created role of international managing director.
John Lewis both benefited and suffered from the warmer UK weather in the latest week with the firm’s sales figures for the seven days to July 27 showing just how much of an impact temperatures can have.
Months of increasingly violent protests in Hong Kong are taking a growing toll on the city's economy, weighing on confidence and scaring away tourists from one of the world's most vibrant shopping destinations.
According to a new study from the NRF and GfK, 66% of US millennials are more loyal to brands that let them give input, but with concerns about sharing personal data mounting, personalization is far from the easy option.
Primark may be one of the most successful fashion retailers in the UK (and beyond) at the moment, but given that it’s fully dependent on physical shops as it has no online operations, it's feeling the pain of high rents.
Indonesian e-commerce unicorn Tokopedia is investing in two logistics companies and using artificial intelligence to predict buying behaviour as part of an effort to speed delivery and slash shipping costs.
The U.S. buy-now-pay-later lender plans to list in Australia braving heightened scrutiny of the sector there after the financial crime watchdog ordered an audit of top local rival Afterpay Touch Group.