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Noiseless digital products are growing in popularity as more people are expressing frustration over noises caused by home appliances.
Just one in five consumers is likely to head straight for the shops as soon as their respective coronavirus lockdowns end, according to data released by finance services firm Jefferies.
Furniture and homewares giant Ikea is reporting a quick return of customer footfall to its stores in China as they reopen after the Covid-19 crisis.
US footwear brand Skechers has reported a modest 2.7-per-cent drop in first-quarter sales brought on by the coronavirus outbreak – and painted a rosy picture of life beyond the coronavirus crisis.
Senior management of British luxury fashion house Burberry have taken a voluntary pay cut and the company has opted to retain base pay for all its employees during the Covid-19 crisis, without relying on UK government support for jobs.
Facebook has paid US$5.7 billion for a 9.99-per-cent stake in Indian telco and e-commerce enabler Jio Platforms, becoming the largest minority shareholder in the Reliance Industries-controlled company.
British home-furnishings and apparel retailer Cath Kidston will permanently close all 60 of its stores in the UK, realigning itself as a wholesaler and online brand.
Sales of Samsung Electronics’ latest flagship series Galaxy S20 are hovering below those of its predecessor as the global new coronavirus pandemic has led to a slump in demand for consumer products, industry sources say.
Vestiaire Collective has raised US$64.1 million in its new funding, with new investors Korelya Capital backed by Korean technology giant Naver.
With customers subjected to stay-at-home orders or lockdowns, several global brands have found a perfect recipe for staying relevant and connected.
Companies are rapidly turning to automation to keep business running during the coronavirus outbreak, according to new research by Bain & Company.
With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread relentlessly non-contact services are emerging as a new trend, with demand for service robots growing.