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Llaollao, which had to quit its Singapore outlets last week, plans to reopen in the first quarter of next year.
Orchard Road “blueprint” sought by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and Singapore Tourism Board (STB).
’Tis the season of Christmas bots, but SAP Hybris warns that businesses and brands should not neglect the human touch.
Uniqlo international is planning to broaden sales of semi-made-to-order clothing.
Inditex international, which owns Zara, reports a strong performance for its latest nine months.
Barbie has launched a doll depicting Gigi Hadid, the brand ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger womenswear.
7‑Eleven US is trialling on-demand ordering for delivery or in-store pickup at selected Dallas stores via its new 7‑ElevenNow smartphone app.
Dixons Carphone has reported its profit fell by nearly half over the last six months.
Amazon Singapore has launched Amazon Prime, which includes free international shipping as a perk.
Queues greeted the first Australian outlet for Singapore’s Hawker Chan when it opened in the Melbourne CBD.
E-commerce fraud is becoming more prevalent, warns payments technology company Stripe.
Westfield chairman reflects on one of the largest corporate deals in Australia’s history.