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New Ikea services such as assembly are boosting the flatpack furniture specialist’s sales and customer loyalty.
Toys R Us in North America has been reborn a year after its collapse as Tru Kids.
Gucci drove a massive boost in luxury group Kering’s sales last year.
L’Oreal Asia Pacific sales soared by a staggering 24.1 per cent on a like-for-like basis last year.
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Revenue for The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands set a new record last year as the centre achieved an occupancy rate of 95.4 per cent.
CapitaLand Retail China boosted its distributable income by 9.4 per cent last year.
Takeover target Courts Asia had a forgettable third quarter, reporting a net loss of S$171,000 – a stark contrast to the $3.51 million profit for the same period a year earlier.
Within hours of the announcement that Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts was to leave the role in April, speculation was rife as to where she is headed.
An aggressive store rollout program is helping Yum China achieve sales growth, but its Pizza Hut business continues to struggle.
Angry Muslims are demanding Nike recalls an Air Max shoe it claims is “blasphemous”.
Chinese textile and retail investment company Shandong Ruyi has bought the US-based Lycra business for an undisclosed sum.