Belgian telecom operator Belgacom will group all of its IT, mobile and landline activities into a single commercial brand: Proximus, which will allow the company to communicate more easily and more uniformly. The name Belgacom will not disappear, but will only be used as a corporate name.
Proximus becomes Belgacom’s prime commercial brand
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Chinese Alibaba will once again invest 2 billion dollars (1.6 billion euro) into e-commerce company Lazada, active in Southeast Asia. It invested a similar sum in the group about two years ago.
Li Ka-shing, CK Hutchinson’s owner and CEO, will step aside mid-May. The 89-year old will then pass on the baton to his eldest son, Victor Li, who will then take control of chains like Kruidvat and ICI Paris XL.
The definitive end is approaching for the former toy store giant, Toys “R” Us. After the death sentence was signed for its 100 British stores, its American store network will also shut down.
The long-standing rumour has now been confirmed: Unilever will have its main office in Rotterdam, rather than London. The food and detergent giant’s board has made the call after nearly a year of debate.
Store chain Claire’s is allegedly preparing to shut down in the next few weeks. Following that, the current owner, Apollo Global Management would give the company to several debtors.