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FamilyMart will this month deploy a robot which vaguely resembles a kangaroo to stack sandwiches, drinks and ready meals on shelves at a Japanese convenience store.
H&M says it has suspended a number of employees over the use of a racial slur relating to the name of a hat to be sold through its & Other Stories brand.
Hong Kong-based DTC shoe wear start-up Lane Eight, has just released an all sustainable workout shoe range.
Philippines investments firm SM has brought in the equivalent of US$142.6 million in revenues during the first six months of the year.
German sportswear firm Adidas said on Thursday it expected a rebound in profits in the third quarter after it plunged to a big loss in the second quarter when the majority of its stores were closed due to coronavirus lockdowns.
South Korean Galleria Department Store franchise under Hanwha Galleria has enjoyed a 4 per cent growth in sales for the first half of this year despite negative projections made against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korean beauty group AmorePacific has launched two key brands on Amazon’s Premium Beauty store in the US as it looks to build its online presence.
Singapore’s competition regulator has effectively cleared the activities of food-delivery platforms and dark kitchens in the city state after a 10-month probe.
Starbucks Japan has teamed with Think Lab to launch a store concept in Tokyo where customers can “focus”.
Ralph Lauren Corp said on Tuesday its quarterly revenue plunged by nearly $1 billion, as it struggled with coronavirus-led store closures and a slowdown in demand for luxury goods across the world.
Convenience-store franchise GS Retail plans to hire local residents with ample knowledge about their neighborhoods to speed delivery of products in areas where alleyways and addresses may prove confusing.
Hong Kong’s Fashion Walk has launched a pop-up store concept in collaboration with the lifestyle brand Asian Gold.