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Increasingly complex card-not-present fraud will cost retailers US$130 billion globally in digital sales over the next five years.
Little Caesars Pizza Philippines will launch with its first restaurant next month.
H&M sales grew by the fastest rate in three years during the latest quarter.
Bo’s Coffee plans to more than double its store network within four years and is also eyeing expansion into the Middle East.
KKR is to invest as much as S$500 million (US$366 million) into V3, the parent of cafe chain TWG Tea and massage chair retailer Osim.
Tiffany & Co sales grew 10 per cent worldwide in the third quarter, with China performing strongly.
A major Esprit revamp promises to restore sales growth and profits within five years.
Seamless in-store shopping experiences coupled with innovative advances in technology are among IGD’s five key retail trends for 2019.
Fung Retailing has finally secured a deal to continue to operate the profitable Toys R Us Asia business.
Popular American restaurant Red Lobster is launching in Manila.
Ikea Philippines says its first store will take up an enormous 65,000sqm space, making it the world’s largest.
Lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret needs to reinvent itself, says retail analyst Neil Saunders.