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Starbucks Singapore has opened its largest store yet.
Dairy Farm Group has warned shareholders that its restructure will take five years to complete.
South Korean private equity firm Unison Capital is selling its Gong Cha bubble tea franchise in a deal likely to fetch up to US$442 million.
Plaza Singapura unveils a digital experience this month, inviting shoppers to test their bowling skills in an interactive digital bowling alley.
Starbucks describes its newly opened Milan Roastery as its “most beautiful store in the world”.
“Underperforming” subsidiaries and rising rent and labour costs are disturbing the chairman of Hong Kong-listed multinational retailer Dairy Farm International.
Nine-month-old Luckin Coffee has raised US$200 million to fund expansion, valuing it at $1 billion.
KFC Singapore is jettisoning plastic straws and drink-cup lids in its restaurants.
Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz has announced his resignation from June 26.
Nestle is to pay US$7.1 billion for global Starbucks rights outside the chain’s cafes.
Mobile payment platform FavePay is now operational in more than 10 cities across Southeast Asia.
Starbucks Uruguay has opened its first cafe, located in the capital city Montevideo.