The Hut Group shares continued to fall on Tuesday morning after a period of decline that had already seen the firm losing a quarter of its market value in just two weeks by Monday’s stock exchange closing bell.
Unilever and Procter & Gamble, the world's top two advertisers, are seeking out younger audiences by reallocating some 2021 spending away from traditional TV and into video games, streaming services and media programs.
UK grocery and general merchandise retailer Morrisons is being acquired by the group that made a rebuffed bid for it earlier this year, with American group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice winning the auction at the weekend.
Coty Inc announced on Friday a definitive agreement to sell an approximate 9 percent stake in its hair care brand Wella to KKR in exchange for some of the cosmetic maker's shares the U.S. buyout firm owns.
Drest was focused purely on fashion when it launched exactly two years ago and now said that it’s “set to disrupt the beauty industry with the launch of Beauty Mode” in an exclusive link-up with Gucci.
As London gradually recovers from the pandemic but footfall remains well below pre-Covid levels, London’s West End shopping district is in for a £5 billion investment windfall over the next five years.
Capri Holdings announced on Thursday that Versace has extended its license agreement with EuroItalia, the Italy-based global fragrance and cosmetics company, as well as entered into a new agreement with Michael Kors.
G-III, the parent company of the Donna Karan and DKNY brands, has announced that it has entered into a long-term licensing agreement with international perfume group Interparfums concerning the two labels’ fragrances.
The race is on to reach retail carbon neutrality. Marks & Spencer is the latest major retailer to offer up an improved sustainability programme, to achieve full net zero “10 years ahead of the government’s strategy”.