Shares in video game publisher Ubisoft jumped as much as 8.8 percent during early trading on Tuesday morning, as the market responded to the company’s impressive revenue results.
JAB Holding Company, a leading Luxembourg-based investment conglomerate, has agreed to purchase American soft drink company Dr Pepper Snapple.
The discounters are continuing to put pressure on major supermarket chains by the looks of a new survey from consumer surveyor Which.
Amazon and Alibaba: two major e-commerce companies, born out of two of the world’s biggest superpowers.
Online grocer Ocado’s shares are down six percent this morning after it missed forecasts with flat full-year earnings for 2017.
As January rolls into February, companies and brands turn to the next big event: Valentine’s Day.
Despite the success of new consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and falling prices of innovative tech like virtual reality, it was mobile gaming that dominated digital sales in 2017.
The Japanese gaming company Nintendo has seen its operating profits rise 261 percent following successful sales of its latest console, the Nintendo Switch.
Coffee giant Starbucks often uses novelty and gimmick drinks to try to bump up sales.
At the time of his death, on 27 January 2018, Ingvar Kamprad was the second richest man in Europe.
Just over a year after first trialling the concept, ecommerce giant Amazon is opening its first supermarket store to the public, named Amazon Go.
Cortexica, the visual artificial intelligence (AI) firm based in London, may be the most important company in retail that fashion fans have never heard of.
Artificial intelligence company Cortexica spends a lot of time thinking about the next big trend in retail.
People in the US state of California are lining up to purchase recreational marijuana legally for the first time after the law changed yesterday.
Nitrate-free bacon will soon appear on UK supermarket shelves amid health concerns surrounding the use of the chemical in foods.
Traditional retailers have struggled this year, as e-commerce giants like Amazon increase their dominance, forcing many brick-and-mortar stores to close or go bankrupt.
US shoppers will return an estimated $90bn worth of unwanted items back to retailers, according to Optoro, a Washington-based technology company.
A 156m (511ft), 39-storey skyscraper located in China’s northern Shanxi province has been listed on Taobao, the country’s largest e-commerce website owned by Alibaba.
Tesco, the UK’s biggest supermarket chain, has apologised after customers complained that the retailer’s Christmas turkeys were “rancid” and “rotten.” Many who purchased the turkey — which costs up to £59 in the store’s Finest range — took to social media to share photos of the poultry.
US retailers have seen the biggest sales increase in six years over the festive period, according to MasterCard SpendingPulse, a unit of the credit card company that tracks internet and physical sales.
Sir James Dyson has settled a dispute with Max Conze, the company’s former chief executive who was fired two months ago for allegedly stealing Dyson company secrets.
This Saturday will be the second-busiest shopping day of the year in the US after Black Friday, according to retail analytics company ShopperTrak.
Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket chain, has received final approval from the country’s competition regulator for its £3.7bn takeover of wholesaler Booker.
The luxury hat maker Borsalino faces liquidation after an Italian court rejected a rescue plan for the company on Monday.
Smartphone sales in the UK will overtake that of tablets this year for the first time, according to eMarketer’s latest retail forecast.
They say good things come in small packages, but the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) haven taken this idea to the extreme with the world’s smallest Christmas card.
The festive season is upon us and UK shoppers are getting ready to drink mulled wine, eat mince pies and attend Christmas parties.
L’Oreal, released its first 100 percent plant-based hair dye range today called Botanea as the French cosmetics company responds to consumer demand for natural beauty products.
Buying a doner kebab in European cities almost became a thing of the past.
Discounters are benefiting as shoppers’ budgets feel the squeeze in the run up to Christmas.