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Over the past few weeks, dairy farmers in Europe have demonstrated against the falling price of milk, which is impacting their incomes.
Google will relaunch Android One, placing the goal of delivering a sub-$50 device at the heart of an investment push in India, the FT reports.
The merger of two Samsung affiliates cleared a major hurdle, with buyback requests falling short of the amount that could have scuppered the $8B deal.
Every big brand wants 30 seconds of fame at the Super Bowl and for the 50th season in 2016, advertisers are prepared to pay especially big bucks.
Two of Italy's leading consumer brands have set their sights on China after revealing strong first-half figures for 2015.
Once the epitome of cheap mass manufacturing, textile producers from formerly low-cost nations are setting up shop in America, the NYT reports.
Brewing companies are showing signs they might increase beer prices, but that might have negative effects for the industry.
A high-ranking Xiaomi executive poured cold water on speculation that the Chinese smartphone star is considering an IPO.
Hermes’ iconic Birkin Bag may not have its name for much longer, as the inspiration behind the handbag has demanded some dramatic changes.
Belgian chemical group Solvay will buy U.S. peer Cytec for $5.5 billion to boost its presence in lightweight composites for planes and cars.
On Tuesday, Procter & Gamble confirmed earlier reports that it will appoint David Taylor as its next CEO to succeed A.G. Lafley.
One of the world’s favorite sneakers, Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star, is getting an unexpected revamp; its first since its debut 98 years ago.
Wildlife poaching is still at large, with animals being slaughtered despite the best efforts of conservationists. However, help may be on hand.
With China's local brands fast grabbing market share for items from toothpaste to fruit juice, multinational consumer companies are finding it harder to compete. The Financial Times reports.
Walt Disney Chairman and CEO, Bob Iger, told CNBC he was “extremely bullish” about China’s long-term prospects.
Johnson & Johnson delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
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