26 July 2016 in Elektronica

In the first half of its current fiscal year, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has sold 25 % more smartphones than last year. In absolute numbers (60 million smartphones), Huawei is getting ever closer to Apple and Samsung.

26 July 2016 in Food

In the first half of its fiscal year, Dutch food company Wessanen has experienced a turnover growth of 8 % and even 8.5 % in the second quarter.

26 July 2016 in Food

AB InBev has decided to increase its SABMiller bid by a pound to 45 pounds per share, after SABMiller's major shareholders asked for an increased bid: they felt the Brexit had devaluated the original bid.

25 July 2016 in Algemeen

Kurt Staelens, who used to be bankrupted Macintosh' CEO, will start working for American Sears, where he will take charge of the Living and Shoes division.

25 July 2016 in Mode

G-III Apparel Group acquired fashion company Donna Karan, previously owned by luxury group LVMH. Now, it will become the property of a company which owns the licenses to brands like Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger.

25 July 2016 in Food

Swiss chocolate manufacturer Lindt managed further growth in the first half of 2016, but also warns for a weaker North American and Swiss market.

25 July 2016 in Automotive

Elon Musk launched his master plan about 10 years ago, dedicating plenty of attention to the development of the electric car. Right now, the man behind PayPal and Tesla gave an update to his grand plan.

25 July 2016 in Food

The rumour had been lingering around for a while, but has now been officially announced: American hamburger chain Burger King is coming to Belgium, replacing the current locations of Quick.

25 July 2016 in Drogmetica

Make-up brand Sephora looked to dating app Tinder for its new ad campaign, with customers swiping left and right to browse the brand's different looks.

25 July 2016 in Food

The American government approved the merger between beer companies SABMiller and AB InBev, although it did mention a few conditions to the deal, like a MillerCoors sale.

Food

In the first half of its fiscal year, Dutch food company Wessanen has experienced a turnover growth of 8 % and even 8.5 % in the second quarter.

  • AB InBev has decided to increase its SABMiller bid by a pound to 45 pounds per share, after SABMiller's major shareholders asked for an increased bid: they felt the Brexit had devaluated the original bid.

  • Swiss chocolate manufacturer Lindt managed further growth in the first half of 2016, but also warns for a weaker North American and Swiss market.

  • The rumour had been lingering around for a while, but has now been officially announced: American hamburger chain Burger King is coming to Belgium, replacing the current locations of Quick.

Fashion

G-III Apparel Group acquired fashion company Donna Karan, previously owned by luxury group LVMH. Now, it will become the property of a company which owns the licenses to brands like Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger.

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