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Indian steel manufacturer Tata Steel has launched a steel retail store called Steeljunction in an attempt to create new paradigms in the industry for B2C consumers.
The Reliance-Tiffany partnership in India will allow Tiffany & Co to offset subdued demand in US and Europe, says data and analytics company GlobalData.
Starbucks India plans to ramp up its store rollout, budgeting US$7 million for new outlets.
Singaporean consumer goods firm SUTL Global has crossed the border, buying a 51-per-cent stake in Malaysian Nike retailer Sportsland.
Amazon is in talks with Reliance Industries Ltd’s retail unit to buy a stake in India’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailer.
Decathlon India has opened its largest store yet, in Delhi’s DLF Mall of India.
A dedicated Superdry India website is set to launch later this month.
VG Siddhartha, the founder of India’s largest coffee chain Cafe Coffee Day, has been found dead, in an apparent suicide.
Dubai Japanese restaurant chain Sumo Sushi & Bento is entering the Indian market.
Indian e-commerce platform Flipkart has opened a physical furniture experience centre in Bengaluru.
Chinese coffee chain Luckin wants to expand into India and the Middle East.
Reliance Brands is launching two of its US brands – lifestyle label Tory Burch and jeweller Tiffany & Co in India.