Neil Saunders - Inside Retail Singapore
Gap’s second quarter has proven to be mostly a continuation of the first, with negative results across nearly all segments of the business.
The latest Amazon results are positive – but there is now a clear divergence in performance between the top and bottom lines.
Abercrombie & Fitch is on the right road to recovery.
The sudden departure of J Crew CEO Jim Brett worrying as it leaves the company leaderless at a time it desperately needs focus.
The deep-seated problems at the Gap brand need to be resolved. And soon, says retail analyst Neil Saunders.
Tapestry growth continues to be boosted by the inclusion of Kate Spade data, masking the company’s true performance.
Tapestry sales are on track to ensure the company will fulfil its ambition of becoming a strong luxury lifestyle company.
Apple sales data shows tech giant “remains a phenomenal company, but it needs to regain the magic spark”.
There is sad synchronicity in the timing of the death of Toys R Us founder Charles Lazarus, which comes as the retailer is preparing to shut up shop.
The latest Macy’s sales figures might not suggest a miracle, but they do provide a little cheer.
The Michael Kors brand has experienced a reversal of fortunes since the last reporting period. Neil Saunders explains how.
The latest Apple figures mask some “worrying trends” writes analyst Neil Saunders.