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PepsiCo said on Monday it is working with a licensing partner to market a line of mobile phones and accessories in China in the next few months.
China's impact on Hong Kong's luxury goods industry has deepened, with rent in the top shopping streets dropping by 40%, the FT reports.
Facebook has taken another step toward its goal of making it easier for brands to reach customers and drive sales on mobile devices.
Switzerland’s luxury watch industry is making a leap from the traditional to win customers back from disruptors like Apple, TAG Heuer's CEO told CNBC.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has raised its takeover offer for SABMiller to £43.50 a share, the FT reports, citing people familiar with the deal.
Some teachers are starting to cash in on the lessons they teach, with help from an online education resource called TeachersPayTeachers.
Yoobi, a Los Angeles-based school supplies company, is part of a larger trend: The company donates supplies to schools in need with every purchase.
Wal-Mart said Chief Financial Officer Charles Holley would retire on Dec. 31, and named Walmart International CFO Brett Biggs as his successor.
Columbia Sportswear is shooting to once again double its revenues — this time to $4 billion — in half the time.
The National Retail Federation predicts holiday sales will increase 3.7 percent, in line with several other industry forecasts.
With the holiday season expected to be as competitive as ever, H&M has a number of new offerings to bolster its sales.
The Seattle-based retailer says the site sprang from customer feedback and site searches for crafty items.
Stephon Marbury took to Twitter this week to promote his sneaker brand and criticize basketball great and entrepreneur Michael Jordan.
There should be enough pumpkins for Halloween this year, but that might not be the case for the canned pumpkin used in pies come Thanksgiving, according to crop experts in Illinois, the country's top pumpkin-producing state.
Apparel retailer Urban Outfitters agreed to end on-call shifts for New York workers, joining brands like Gap and Victoria's Secret.
Jet.com, the discount shopping site, will get rid of its $50 annual membership fee to attract more customers. Re/code reports.
Wal-Mart on Tuesday announced a series of initiatives to beef up its health and wellness offerings.
Retailers are no longer concerned with overall consumer spending during the year's largest selling season, according to PwC.
There's good reason why the Golden Arches would want to pivot and launch all-day breakfast.
General Mills on Monday issued a recall of Cheerios cereal because certain products labeled as gluten-free contained wheat.