Kim Kardashian might as well be naughty this Christmas, because even if she’s nice her fiancé is unlikely to shell out for a Louis Vuitton handbag.
Marks & Spencer Group Plc, Britain’s largest clothing retailer, plans to double store numbers in India and expand its lingerie offering there, making the Asian nation its largest international market.
Within a day of the announcement of Britain’s next blockbuster royal wedding, Paul Hirst stepped up production at his factory in northern England.
Kim Bourke will travel almost halfway around the world from her home in Australia to attend a London wedding she hasn’t even been invited to. She’ll have a lot of company.
In Bangladesh, the difference between a safe factory and an unsafe one comes down to a few cents.
When naming his successor, former Marks & Spencer Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Stuart Rose said Marc Bolland didn’t need to “know detail. He doesn’t need to pick blue, green or yellow blouses.”
U.K. online shopping will grow at a “significantly” slower pace as the Internet becomes more common among the population and government spending cuts weigh on shoppers, according to Verdict Research.
As it expands abroad, the world’s largest subscription video service, Netflix Inc., has yet to make a profit from its international operations. Britain’s Tesco Plc wants to make Netflix’s life overseas even more difficult.
Occupy London’s last protest camp may hinder bankers’ lunchtime burritos more than their bonuses.
Anne Long hasn’t set foot inside Harrods in years, and the self-proclaimed shopaholic from west London doesn’t miss it at all.