Big box retailer Best Buy offers an example of endurance at a time when many brick-and-mortars in the distressed US retail sector are struggling.
Under CEO Paul Polman, Unilever offers a large-scale study in corporate social responsibility – one that could soon be put to the test.
Rapid growth, a young, tech-savvy population and strong local talent are spurring an investment boom in MENA’s technology sector.
Looking to further strengthen its position in ecommerce and enter the voice-shopping market, Walmart is joining forces with Google.
With six consecutive quarters of growth, the Japanese economy is gaining strength. Local consumers and businesses are adding momentum.
As online and fast-fashion retailers prevail, both Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors are gaining ground by re-establishing themselves as luxury brands.
In acquiring Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors is cobbling together a luxury house in the European fashion, using a multi-brand strategy.
The clash between Nestlé and activist investor Daniel Loeb is emblematic of the need for change at big consumer goods companies.
Succeeding in the Middle East and Africa, despite unpredictability, is a matter of strategic adaptation.