The Arkansas-based multinational retailer has announced it will remove all 5,000 copies of Cosmopolitan magazine from its US checkout stands. In a statement, Walmart said the move was "primarily a business decision."
Auditors PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said they would like to finalise a complex forensic investigation into the affairs of Steinhoff International by year-end, a senior investigator said on Wednesday.
Vidrea Retail, parent company of Miller & Monroe and Witteveen, announced that it will introduce Italian kidswear label OVS Kids to the Dutch high street. This weekend the brand is set to open three physical branches.
Lanvin's new owner Fosun International, which also owns Club Med and a stake in Cirque du Soleil within its broad portfolio, aims to invest at least 20 billion yuan ($3.2 billion) in technology in the next three years.
Cotton planting in India, the world’s top cotton producer, could fall 12% in the 2018/19 crop year as infestation by the pink bollworm has slashed farmers’ incomes, prompting them to choose other crops, say officials.
Major Australian cricket team sponsors including Asics and Qantas Airways said on Monday they were assessing their relationship with the country’s favorite pastime as the fallout from a ball-tampering scandal escalates.
JD Sports is riding high at the moment and that’s making it acquisition-hungry. The latest? US-based The Finish Line, with the company having entered a conditional (and game-changing) deal to buy it at the weekend.
A boom in online luxury goods sales is finally convincing high-end watchmakers, long sceptical that customers would pay thousands to buy intricate timepieces on the web, to step up their investments in e-commerce.