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Burberry sales slumped by half in Hong Kong in the third quarter – but the British luxury-fashion label is lifting its full-year forecast as revenue elsewhere compensates.
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After Hong Kong, Las Vegas, Seoul and Vancouver, the opening of Mott 32 Singapore brings the brand’s approach to regional Chinese cuisine to the Lion City.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson has announced a multi-decade commitment to be a “resource-positive” company – aspiring to give more than it takes from the planet.
Japanese restaurant franchise Kura Sushi is launching in its third overseas market, China.
Fashion label Hugo Boss has reported a staggering 52-per-cent leap in online sales which helped drive a 9 per cent boost in operating profit.
Travel retail concept Beauty&You by The Shilla Duty Free is celebrating the Year of the Rat at Hong Kong International Airport with an array of Lunar New Year offers until the end of February.
Japanese corporate restaurateur Skylark Holdings says it will discontinue 24-hour trading of 150 stores by April.
Dubai- and Geneva-headquartered Mouawad Group – dubbed jewellers to the stars – is planning to open stores across Asia.
Malaysian leather goods and bags retailer Leather Avenue is planning a complete store redesign across its more than 30 outlets in Malaysia.
A seven-level Ikea eco-store is being built in Vienna – with no car parks, targeting pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users.
Architectural firm Studio8 has designed a new restaurant and cocktail bar located in a heritage building in Fengsheng Li, Shanghai.