Fashion conglomerate Shandong Ruyi has brushed aside a sale of textile maker Lycra proposed by Lycra's creditors and is instead looking to publicly float the business, two people with direct knowledge told Reuters.
German sports giant Adidas said on Thursday it expects to bounce back to profitability in the third quarter after it plunged to a big loss in the second quarter when most of its stores were closed due to lockdowns.
UK shopping centre operator Hammerson announced moves to raise a combined £825m on Thursday and said it would reboot the terms of its leases with retailers as it faced a slump in rent collections and footfall.
Retail sales volumes in the eurozone rebounded in June to levels seen in February before lockdowns, official estimates showed on Wednesday, completing a recovery that began in May after record drops in March and April.
Fashion giant Inditex has pledged to maintain workers' rights throughout its supply chains and the stability of payments to suppliers, as the garment industry wrestled with a plunge in orders during the COVID-19 crisis.
Five thousand years of art and design history will be joined by some more modern items when London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum reopens on Thursday - hand sanitiser dispensers and protective screens.
Marcus Rashford, whose campaigning pushed the government to change policy on free school meals, has won further recognition for his poverty-fighting efforts - on the cover of British Vogue celebrating black leaders.
A new study shows that UK consumers are eager to start spending on non-essentials with £195 earmarked for treats they’ve been missing, equating to £9.3 billion across the country, an American Express study has shown.