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Microsoft has left this industry behind, and now they're paying for it.
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Clothing retailer chief Lord Wolfson tightens grip on the business
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 “To be brutally honest, I’m not enamored with the UK VC scene and don’t rate it very much if at all from a technology business success perspective,” says Tom Adeyoola, co-founder and CEO of Metail. “The big UK tech business successes...
Wall Street Journal  Oct 16  Comment 
Starbucks Corp.’s CEO is trying to reverse the “seismic shift” he noticed last year when Americans in large numbers turned to online ordering for holiday gifts, leaving brick-and-mortar retailers suffering.
The Straits Times  Oct 16  Comment 
October 17, 2014 12:50 AM HIGH labour costs and soaring overheads have hit retailers hard and made Singapore a far less attractive destination for international shoppers.
CNNMoney.com  Oct 16  Comment 
A few bargain brands got swept up in Chuck Taylor's net, but others cost a pretty penny.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 16  Comment 
Thanks to global crude oil prices
Wall Street Journal  Oct 16  Comment 
Gap Inc. said its board approved the repurchase of an additional $500 million of the retailer’s shares, joining a long list of companies that have announced plans to buy back their own stock this year.
TheStreet.com  Oct 16  Comment 
Ann Inc.'s non-disclosure agreement with Golden Gate Capital is the first step in publicly signalling a potential sale of the company, said two sources familiar with the situation. Ann, the parent of retail banners Ann Taylor and Loft, and the...
Benzinga  Oct 16  Comment 
Catchpoint Systems, Inc., a provider of innovative web and infrastructure monitoring solutions, today announced that Kate Spade & Company (NYSE: KATE) has selected Catchpoint to assist with measuring, monitoring, and optimizing performance on its...




 

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