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16,000 police put on London’s streets, but riots spread to other cities.
The global darling of the world’s jewellery mass market is in chaos.
A famous bank robber’s alleged quote has strong resonance with modern retailing, writes property columnist Michael Baker.
Luxury fashion giant’s newest flagship opens Down Under.
Tryvertising – where advertising and consumer product sampling are rolled into one – is proving a hit in India.
A Canadian Airport’s social networking plan may be a unique model for a savvy retailer to follow.
Backlit screens inside Korean train stations let shoppers purchase their groceries whilst they wait to travel.
One of the world’s best known concept stores – the 3500sqm Barbie in Shanghai – closed this week.
Every day more Chinese consumers enter the middle class. How are – and can – western retailers share the new wealth?
It sounds like a recipe for disaster: launching a brand based around an anatomically impossible tall blonde Caucasian doll in the middle of China’s richest city…
It’s without question the best shopping mall in China – yet it isn’t complete.
Mainstream Asian economies are booming, propelling an unprecedented number of consumers into the burgeoning middle class and fuelling retail spending growth.