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AuMake quadruples gross profit in first half of FY20

The increase resulted in a net loss of $500,000, six times lower than 1H19.

Bose shutting stores across Australia, North America, Europe, Japan

Almost half of the retailer’s physical locations will be shuttered globally.

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying to expand into the US and Australia

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying is planning to expand beyond Asia.

LVMH sales up 15 per cent despite global tensions

LVMH shrugs off gloomy consumer sentiment in many markets.

Red Rooster, Oporto owner sold to foreign buyer

Sydney-based franchise firm now under foreign hands after it inked Asian investment company.

Futuristic Ikea robotic furniture to have world debut in Hong Kong

Furniture retailer develops robotic furniture suite set for first roll-out in Hong Kong.

DHL China to start drone deliveries

DHL China to start delivering goods by drones, cutting the delivery time on a route in Guangzhou from 40 minutes to just eight.

AuMake doubles profit, rapidly grows customer base

Daigou business investing in infrastructure to fuel online sales.

Jack Ma calls 12-hour work days a “blessing”

Alibaba founder missed the memo on benefits of work-life balance.

PVH Corp to buy back Tommy Hilfiger licence in five Asian markets

PVH Corp plans to buy back the Tommy Hilfiger licence in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.