European leaders upped the pressure on mostly U.S. tech giants to pay their share of taxes in the European Union and abide by the bloc’s rules when they met on Friday, but were still far from a consensus on the issue.
As China’s army of tourists prepares for next week’s ‘Golden Week’ vacation, a cooling economy means holidaymakers are staying closer to home, and tighter shopping budgets are curbing the rise in overseas spending.
At Prada’s Spring/Summer 2018 show in Milan last week in a warehouse papered with giant pop-art comic strips, one name in the coveted front row stood out: Tao Liang, otherwise known as Chinese blogger ‘Mr Bags’.
After a year of layoffs and hundreds of store closures, Macy's has restructured its Star Rewards program with a tiered strategy based on annual credit card spending in the hopes of breathing new life into the retailer.
The European Union’s plans to increase taxes on digital firms risks undermining the bloc’s growth and stifle global efforts to find common solutions, U.S. companies operating in the EU said on Tuesday.
91% of shoppers plan to shop at physical stores, 92% of which are millennials. The ICSC expects consumers to begin shopping before Thanksgiving, and over a quarter of consumers began shopping in August.
Benetton is staging an exhibition called I See Colors Everywhere in Milan this week. Visitors will be “immersed in a story of colour,” as told by clothes and works by Fabrica, its art and comms research centre.