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South Korean electronics giant Samsung and BTS the K-pop superbrand, have entered a global collaboration to market smartphones.
Jonah Stillman explains how brands should engage with Gen Z, the first digital natives who are driven by a fear of missing out…
Retailers at Changi Airport will be granted half-cost rents for six months, backdated to February 1 due to the impact on passenger movements resulting from the coronavirus epidemic.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government has launched a souvenir shop, Tokyo Tokyo, at Haneda Airport. Located in a retail strip at the airport’s international terminal, Edo Ko-ji, Tokyo Tokyo offers a wide selection of souvenirs including traditional dolls Daruma, maneki-neko lucky-cat charms and models of the iconic Tokyo Tower. The stor…
Mos Burger in Vietnam will open its first store in Ho Chi Minh City later this year, with 10 outlets planned during the next htree years.
Seven & I Holdings, the Japanese parent of convenience-store chain 7-Eleven, is in talks to purchase Marathon Petroleum’s Speedway convenience-store network in the US.
McDonald’s scented candles are among a range of new merchandise items released by the fast-food giant in the US.
KSL Esplanade Mall, scheduled to open in Malaysia’s South Klang next year, has unveiled a list of confirmed tenants for the development.
Embattled Malaysian-owned fashion and lifestyle retailer Laura Ashley has reported a 166-per-cent increase in half-year loss to £4 million.
That L Brands has opted to sell a majority stake in Victoria’s Secret is a tacit recognition that the brand was on the road to nowhere under its previous leadership. This is underlined by the departure of Les Wexner as CEO and chairman of the company. The deal with private-equity company Sycamore potentially gives Victoria’s Secret a chance to reassess and rebuild. However,…
Starbucks Indonesia has opened its first community store, aiming to support local children by funding scholarships through a portion of sales.
Apple China has reopened 10 more stores in China, as business begins to return to normal despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.