The UK’s consumer spending was muted at best during February as shoppers focused on preserving their cash but also on buying essentials ahead of what might turn out to be a difficult EU exit later this month.
The New York City Department of Sanitation and New York City Economic Development Corporation have teamed up with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for the #WearNext campaign, an initiative to support circular fashion.
The Manchester-based cosmetics company, which supplies beauty products to major retailers such as Primark, has acquired rival Pascalle Cosmetics in a move that will significantly expand its manufacturing capabilities.
Indonesia and Australia on Monday signed an economic partnership agreement aimed at boosting trade and investment between the two neighbors in areas ranging from cattle to education and cars to textiles.
Greece’s securities regulator on Thursday imposed fines worth 20.3 million euros on luxury jeweller Folli Follie and 10 former and current top executives, citing market manipulation over 2016 financial information.
The CFDA and the Accessories Council have announced the winners of the second Elaine Gold Launch Pad, with the $50,000 prize going to designers Loulwa Al Saad and Angela Luna of Adiff and Morganne Leigh of Tyche + Iset.
Consumers in Britain might be expected to be unwilling to spend given the huge uncertainty around Brexit, but while confidence isn't high, its not as low as it could have been, a new report said on Thursday.