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Berlin, Germany - June 2018: The Esprit Logo On Store Exterior / Shop Facade  In Berlin, Germany

Fashion label Esprit confirms heavy loss

Struggling fashion label Esprit is looking to a new CEO and incoming chairman to turn the business around after a horror year.

Zalora Basics

Zalora Basics label goes on sale

Online fashion retailer Zalora has released its own label, Zalora Basics.

Asia-Pacific retailers ramp up overseas expansion

Asia-Pacific retailers as increasingly embracing overseas expansion, according to new research by commercial real estate company CBRE.

Starbucks-Italy

Starbucks Milan Roastery ‘crown jewel’ of brand’s retail footprint

Starbucks describes its newly opened Milan Roastery as its “most beautiful store in the world”.

Tortas Frontera

Jollibee buys Tortas Frontera stake

Philippine fast-food operator Jollibee has bought a 47 per cent stake in US-based Mexican food chain Tortas Frontera.

Sunnies Studios

Sunnies Studios plans expansion into Vietnam

Filipino eyewear brand Sunnies Studios has announced plans to expand into Vietnam.

Starbucks - Renewable_Energy

Starbucks commits to 10,000 Greener Stores

Global franchise coffee giant Starbucks has committed to designing, building and operating 10,000 “Greener Stores” globally by 2025.

H&M Conscious Exclusive F:W 2018

H&M sustainable collections to launch later this month

Two H&M sustainable collections just revealed will benefit global conservation work.

7-Eleven-logo

Berjaya Philippines buys into 7-Eleven

Investment firm Berjaya Philippines has acquired a 1.59 per cent stake in 7-Eleven Malaysia, totalling 18 million shares.

Aug, 2018: Ceo Of Alibaba Jack Ma Vector Illustration Portrait

Jack Ma is not retiring

Alibaba founder Jack Ma is not retiring any time soon.

Ringer-Hut-restaurant

Ringer Hut Philippines launch imminent

Ringer Hut Philippines will launch soon in Manila, after a joint venture was signed with a local partner.

Costa coffee

Coca-Cola to pay US$5.1 billion for Costa Coffee

Coca-Cola has agreed to buy UK cafe chain Costa Coffee from listed hotel operator Whitbread for US$5.1 billion.

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