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Australian retail design firm Public Design Group and retail consultancy Fitch have collaborated to create a “retail experience of the future” for Malaysian telco Maxis.
Retailer Cocokara Fine may be acquired by its larger rival Matsumotokiyoshi Holdings to create the largest Japanese drugstore chain.
Alibaba Group boosted second-quarter revenues by 42 per cent, as the number of active users on its e-commerce sites grew by 20 million.
An Ariana Grande perfume has gone on sale, named after her hit song Thank U Next.
BreadTalk Group CEO Henry Chu has resigned, citing “personal and health reasons”.
Sephora Hong Kong will open its new flagship store at IFC mall in “early September” the company announced yesterday.
Chinese retail sales in July rose at a slower rate than in June, although the decline was largely attributed to falling sales of new motor vehicles.
Japanese convenience-store chain 7-Eleven has suffered its first year-on-year downturn in more than nine years.
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.
Starbucks Korea has reported a 28-per-cent year-on-year jump in its operating profit in the first half of the year.
Jewellery retailer Swarovski has issued a sweeping apology over implying that Hong Kong is not part of China.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD exceeded revenue expectations in the June quarter, net sales up by 23 per cent to US$21.28 billion.