LVMH: luxe redux

Growth in the US brings exchange-rate volatility with it

Mondelez bites into Chinese chocolate

US confectionery group plans assault on Chinese taste buds with Milka brand

Flipkart swoops for Jabong

Indian group snaps up fashion-focused rival

Amazon to begin testing drones in the UK

Flexible regulations mark a breakthrough for the US company

BHS Philip Green composite for UK Front

BHS: twilight of the celebreneur

Tony Blair tempted fate when he made a knight of rough-edged rag trader Philip Green

Green should treat BHS pensioners with honour

Business leaders have greater responsibilities than obeying the law

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.

Green’s lawyers demand apology from MP

Frank Field likened BHS tycoon’s conduct to Robert Maxwell’s

BHS report lays bare failure and liability

Inquiry lambasts collapsed store’s former owner, buyer and ‘directors, advisers and hangers-on’

Michael Sherwood, Vice Chairman pf Goldman Sachs BHS hearings - RSS Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and Work and Pensions Committee Wednesday 29 June 2016

Goldman blamed for role in BHS deal

MPs say bank lent credibility to sale to curry favour with Green

Uniqlo pricing U-turn pays off . . . for now

Return to ‘everyday low price’ boosts sales but doubts on strategy linger

MPs shine a light on demise of BHS

Parliamentary inquiry steps back from threat to strip Sir Philip Green of knighthood

Fast-food chains feel bite in the US

Restaurants wrestle with America’s waning appetite for eating out

Sainsbury’s Argos deal given CMA clearance

Competition regulator approves purchase of Home Retail Group

MPs condemn Ashley over working abuses

Damning report dismisses Sports Direct founder’s claims of ignorance

Sports Direct faces MPs’ wrath

Use of outside employment agency under scrutiny by MP committee

UK buyout firm to invest in Egypt retailer

Development Partners International to buy 33% stake in store group

Brexit barometer: economic mood darkens

Growth forecasts revised down as confidence falters

PM to appoint new business tsar

Downing Street to host executives in ‘charm offensive’

Burberry launches £100m share buyback

Falling sales have knocked third off luxury brand’s stock since early 2015

Amazon signs up amateur UK delivery drivers

New service using part-timers raises fears over employment rights

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