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7-ElevenNOW-app

7-Eleven US ‘redefines convenience’ with ordering app

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.

currys

Dixons Carphone profits tumble

Dixons Carphone has reported its profit fell by nearly half over the last six months.

Westfield

‘Bittersweet’ day for Westfield founder as Westfield sold

Westfield chairman reflects on one of the largest corporate deals in Australia’s history.

Sol Sana

Sol Sana seeks partners for Asia expansion

Footwear label Sol Sana is seeking investment partners in Asia to support its international expansion.

Carrefour - Cameroon

First Carrefour Market opens in Cameroon

A Carrefour Market supermarket opened in Douala marks the French grocer’s first foray into cameroon.

Heineken-partnership

A Bathing Ape picked by Heineken for capsule collection

Hong Kong-owned A Bathing Ape has been chosen by brewing giant Heineken as its partner for this year’s #Heineken100 program.

American Eagle Outfitters UK

American Eagle results reflect mixed fortunes

Third quarter American Eagle results may be mixed, but they point to a company that is holding its own in a challenging market.

L’Occitane - new concept

New L’Occitane flagship concept unveiled

A new L’Occitane flagship concept store has been unveiled in Canada, with London and Paris next.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery - Shanghai

World’s largest Starbucks Reserve Roastery to open in Shanghai

The world’s largest Starbucks Reserve Roastery opens in Shanghai tomorrow.

Toys-R-Us

Customers reassured as Toys R Us closures announced

As a raft of UK Toys R Us closures were announced, management has reassured customers it is business as usual, globally.

StreetTrend LLC PS Product

Ex Stuart Weitzman CEO launches luxury sneaker business

Former Stuart Weitzman CEO Wayne Kulkin has launched a new brand to take advantage of the fast-growing luxury sneaker category.

Sears

Sears results show it’s still a ‘dying business’

Dire, dismal, terrible, horrendous, grim, appalling – we’ve used up our stock of adjectives to describe Sears results.

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