Dutch store chain HEMA has opened its largest French store in a former movie theater in the French city of Tours, which is also the chain's 40th store in the...
Danish toy manufacturer Lego has performed markedly better in the first half of 2015, with both turnover and profit up a lot, mainly thanks to excellent performances in Asia.
The Dutch toilet chain 2theloo has opened its first British store in London. Brits and tourists can now access one of the company's public toilets in Covent Garden.
Store chain Hema has opened its third store in the Spanish capital, Madrid, today. It is also based on Hema's international formula, which is catered towards customers that do not...
Following CEO Bryan Stockton in January and Geoff Massingberd in June, Tim Kilpin is the third major executive to leave Mattel in 2015. Kilpin has been with the company for...
German Metro Group has managed to generate a 115 million euro profit in the third quarter of its current fiscal year, which is a significant improvement over last year's 63...
Delhaize's American subsidiary Hannaford is planning to open the first of a brand-new city store formula: at 1,800 sqm, it is barely half the size of a regular Hannaford store.
British chain Halfords has launched an online marketplace in the United Kingdom, which gives several partners an opportunity to sell their products in their own "booth" at Halfords' web shop.
French supermarket chain Carrefour has made a significantly bigger profit in the first half of 2015 compared to the year before, with particularly its South American business performing very well.
Samsung has revealed its plans to also launch its Samsung Pay payment service, co-developed by MasterCard, in Europe. The system allows customers to perform mobile payments easily using their Samsung...
Google has updated its search engine, displaying the best time to visit a business. It has added a table which shows the busiest periods of a specific business.
Thirteen major American companies, including Coca-Cola, Google, Walmart and Apple, have announced today they will invest 140 billion dollars (125 billion euro) to lower their CO2 emissions.