FDIs flood into Vietnamese retail

Sluggish economic recovery means first movers risk overreaching themselves

Sainsbury set to report full-year loss

Group has gone from ‘leader to laggard’ of grocery sector

Executive pay seen to be less contentious

Other issues include raising capital without asking shareholders

Life looks sweet for RGF with sugar sale

French deal for Napier Brown marks end to nightmare venture for UK food group

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Stadiums kick off digital game plan

Teams see marketing potential of connecting with sports fans

Nostalgia for patterns revives Walker Greenbank

UK mills roll out wallpaper for big names in home decor

US fast-food chains return to Japan

Influx of foreign brands underscores shift in consumer trends

Small-cap Week, May 2

SkyePharma, Xeros, Naibu and Focusrite featured

Week in Review

Week in Review, May 2

Apple demand; oil earnings, Walmart in China and Alliance Trust in the news

Why women stay away from bitcoin

They care less about the payment process than the retail experience, says Izabella Kaminska

Gambling taxes deliver record returns

Exchequer wins more than £2bn in 2014, boosted by gaming machines

Activist Loeb takes $1bn stake in Yum

Third Point wants company to consider separating China operations

Boardroom trades May 2

Latest directors’ deals at Tesco, Whitbread and Gresham Computing

IC — May 2 highlights

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Hornby steams back toward profit

Warehouse overhaul boosts model train maker

Berlusconi nears sale of AC Milan stake

Thai and Chinese investors seek majority holding in football club

Campari whets appetites for Italian brands

CEO Kunze-Concewitz on the marketing push at Expo 2015 in Milan

Barclays: tormented by Avenging Ben

Regulator visits iniquity of past management unto next generation

Mondelez profits rise on higher prices

First-quarter results top market expectations, sending shares higher

Samsung confident of smartphone revival

Group expects strong demand for new Galaxy S6 flagship handset

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