Michael Kors may have seen its shares falling sharply after sales missed analysts’ forecasts, but the message from the company’s top team was (almost) all positive as it looked to a time when it will be an $8bn group.
Burberry was upbeat on Thursday morning as it reported half-year results saying that its “brand repositioning is under way, with strong initial response” and that it’s “energised by the early results.”
Beauty products maker Coty Inc missed revenue estimates for the second consecutive quarter on Wednesday, as hurricane Florence in the United States disrupted supplies of its luxury products to retailers.
Primark's full-year results showed it bucking the market trend but not immune to it. Its sales and profits rose but like-for-like sales fell. However, the UK, Europe and US all proved strong in the circumstances.
Amazon.com Inc is planning to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing a person familiar with the matter.
FatFace has opened a 1,300 sq ft pop-up store at Liverpool One, and it may only be a pop-up but it’s the first to stock the fast-expanding brand’s full range of products in the UK, including gifting and accessories.