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Tiffany & Co surges on bumper quarter

Premium jeweller’s turnaround takes form.

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Revlon appoints first female chief executive

Cosmetics company appoints first female CEO after 86 years in the business.

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If you’re fitting in, you’re failing

Why brands need to embrace novelty, not fear it.

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Apple’s quarterly results beat estimates

Tech giant says they sold 52.2 million iPhones for the quarter.

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Adidas appoints Kiwi as NA president

Commonwealth games veteran secures senior role.

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Alibaba brings ‘New Retail’ Down Under

E-commerce giant bridges online and offline worlds with local pop-ups.

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Adidas mulls store closures, looks to online

Sportswear giant signals shift in focus.

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‘Big Tech’ isn’t one big monopoly – it’s 5 companies all in different businesses

Assess big “tech” companies at what they do rather than mythologizing them.

Toys R Us Thailand

Toy billionaire launches $1 billion campaign to #SaveToysRUs

Campaign to save embattled retailer launches.

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Furla, Hershel Supply Co among retailers in new centre

Furla and Hershel Supply Co to open their first stand-alone retail space at Auckland’s newest lifestyle destination precinct Commercial Bay.

Toys-R-Us

Toys ‘R’ Us to liquidate all US stores

Local arm’s future in doubt.

Inditex

Jump in online sales boosts Zara owner’s profits

Fashion giant helped by “prescient investments” in technology and logistics.

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