Europe’s top court will rule on Wednesday whether luxury brands can block retailers from selling their products on online platforms such as Amazon, a move which may end a decade-long battle that has split EU countries.
European Union finance ministers will decide on Tuesday on the composition of an EU blacklist of tax havens that now includes about 20 jurisdictions but could end up with far fewer names after political horse-trading.
The rising popularity of next day and specific day deliveries is impacting retailers’ ability to meet customer expectations, according to IMRG, with the percentage of orders arriving on time dropping by 7.4% in October.
A new report is warning fashion brands not to rely too much on celebrity links and social media, as figures reveal that these strategies are hardly resonating with consumers when it comes to product launches.
Cambodian garment makers on Friday urged international buyers not to turn away from the country after the main opposition party was dissolved last month, prompting the EU to discuss its trade preferences with Cambodia.
European Union governments could be stripped of their veto power on EU tax rules under proposals being prepared by the EU’s executive arm, an unprecedented move that could unblock reforms long resisted by smaller states.
Music producer Russell Simmons said on Thursday he was stepping down from his fashion and production businesses after a screenwriter said in a column in the Hollywood Reporter that Simmons sexually assaulted her in 1991.