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Business

China's JD.com beats quarterly revenue estimates, shares rise

China's JD.com beats quarterly revenue estimates, shares rise

China's JD.com Inc beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Friday, boosted by stronger sales in its core e-commerce business, sending its shares up nearly 7% before the bell.
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Others
Business
Why is Alibaba listing in Hong Kong?

Why is Alibaba listing in Hong Kong?

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is set to price its first share sale in Hong Kong next week, raising up to $13.4 billion.
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Others
Business

Hermès reopens expanded San Francisco store

The Parisian luxury brand has announced the reopening of its newly renovated and expanded store on San Francisco’s Grant Avenue.
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Accessories
Retail

Farfetch shares surge as José Neves hails 'fantastic Q3' despite losses

Farfetch remains loss-making but its better-than-expected results released on Thursday saw a spike in its share price and its CEO talking up its progress as sales surged and it won market share.
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Luxury
Business

Trade shows

United Nations, CFDA to talk sustainability at Kingpins New York

United Nations, CFDA to talk sustainability at Kingpins New York

Part of Kingpins’ plan to bring an ethical focus its tradeshows worldwide, all panels of the upcoming New York show will focus on social and environmental issues related to the future of the denim industry. 
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Denim
Industry
Denim Première Vision gears up for London event in new venue

Denim Première Vision gears up for London event in new venue

Denim Première Vision is returning to London next month following the success of its first edition in the UK capital last December.
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Textile
Trade shows

Brioni back in the spotlight at next Pitti Uomo

The luxury menswear label owned by Kering has chosen the famous Florentine trade show to make its grand comeback. For Brioni's 75th anniversary, it will stage an event-presentation produced by Olivier Saillard.
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Ready-to-wear
Trade shows

Pure London and Pure Origin unveil 2020 manifesto

It’s all about collaboration and boundary-less creativity in Pure London’s 2020 manifesto, which sets out the trade show’s vision for next year.
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Miscellaneous
Trade shows