Published in Fashion on 04-04-2014
Albert Heijn has rearranged its wine department once more, based on colour and taste, and it has also added 100 new products.
The new arrangement should make it easier to look for suitable wine or alternatives if the preferred wine is unavailable.
Clothing by Primark, the Irish chain that stubbornly refuses to start with e-commerce, is now for sale at Amazon. Does that mean the fashion discounter finally has come round to the idea? Or is there something not quite right?
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British investment company Permira wants to sell its footwear brand Dr. Martens. The label has had an excellent year and the holding company now wants to cash in on that.
Following a new investment, H&M Group has acquired a majority stake in re-commerce platform Sellpy. The investment should support the platform's expansion abroad, as well as fitting in with H&M's objective of becoming more sustainable.