The United Kingdom retail sales have shown a rebound for the fourth month straight, but economists are a little skeptical of the momentum being …
Luxury goods behemoth LVMH is reneging on its deal to buy iconic jewelry company Tiffany citing tariff dispute between the two countries and a date imbroglio.
Proctor and Gamble is pushing its hygiene and cleaning products at frequented places like restaurants, grocery stores, and pharmacies to cash in on virus fears.
Nippon Steel is facing competition from the Chinese steel makers in its auto parts market share and is looking to regain it by looking for acquisitions abroad.
Danish industry leader Maersk will cut jobs as a part of comprehensive restructuring process that will affect a third of the company’s staff.
Recently ‘L Brands’, the company which owns Bath & Body Works and Victoria Secret, beat Wall Street expectations, primarily due to the continued demand …
Apple’s plan to shift one fifth of its production of handsets from China to India, will have a huge impact on India’s exports and job creation.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking into Eastman Kodak Co.’s handling of information regarding a massive federal drug loan of $765 …
Ritter, which supposedly started making chocolate in square form so it’d fit into jacket pockets easier, registered the shape with the German patent office, and now Milka brand owners Mondelēz have lost a case for dibs on the square shape.
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