Mulberry embraces ‘affordable’ to rebuild

Luxury group shifts strategy as it warns of missing expectations

Reckitt Benckiser eyes pharma spin-off

Group’s figures bolster ‘capital markets solution’ for RBP unit

Burberry flagship store, Kerry Centre, Shanghai, China
©Burberry

Burberry rises on Chinese sales

Half-year revenues ahead 19% to £1.3bn

Sports Direct to sell online using credit

Bid to emulate successful model of fashion chain Next

Criminal probe launched into Herbalife

DoJ and FBI investigating claims company is pyramid scheme

Lafley returns to his pet project at P&G

Chief keen to ensure the consumer group does not go to the dogs

Hell is hot desks and office sinners

The mockumentary ‘W1A’ is as much about us as about the BBC, writes Henry Mance

Bonmarché hits vein of ‘silver’ sales

Chain’s focus on older shoppers helps it buck retail decline

Programme Name: Digby Jones Means Business - TX: n/a - Episode: Hereford Furniture (No. 1) - Picture Shows: Kate Muxworthy, Brand Manager Hereford furniture, Lord Digby Jones, Mike Muxworthy Managing Director Hereford Furniture - (C) BBC - Photographer: David Dunkerley
©David Dunkerley/BBC

The comic reality of commerce on TV

Digby Jones takes the on-screen ‘Troubleshooter’ role

Lafley reshapes P&G with $2.9bn pet sale

Cash deal with Mars part of effort to win back investor favour

Woolworths in A$2.15bn David Jones deal

S African group’s offer trumps Myer in retailer battle

Hornby issues third profit warning

Forex movements contribute to toymaker’s £1.2m in losses

Axminster Carpets bounces back

Group doubles sales and increases employment by 60%

Syrian businessmen set up shop in Turkey

Syrians industrialists are no longer planning for a swift return

Google’s Nest Labs halts smoke alarm sales

Flaw discovered that may prevent product working in event of fire

Advance of the smartwatch

Helen Barrett looks at technology’s impact on a traditional industry

McBride warns on profits again

Cleaning products group blames fierce retail competition

Panasonic merges divisions to cut losses

Embattled Japanese group to focus on more lucrative areas

Luxottica: Glassy

Luxury eyewear maker’s strategic partnership with Google

Supreme leader of the neo-nerds

Animation entrepreneur Asaph Fipke holds forth on boys, toys and TV shows

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