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  1. Nestle says negotiating with retailers to end pricing row

    Food group Nestle said on Wednesday it was negotiating with customers to end a boycott of its products by several European retailers in a row ...
  2. Gap, Banana Republic stores to shut in Singapore

  3. Walmart makes push to sell online goods at US$10 and up to capture elusive e-commerce profit

    Walmart Inc is asking vendors to supply it with more merchandise priced at US$10 and up, as part of a major push to finally turn a profit at its ...
  4. US food distributors allege Tyson Foods, rivals fixed chicken prices

    Top U.S. food distributors Sysco Corp and U.S. Foods Inc have sued the country's biggest chicken processors for allegedly conspiring to inflate ...
  5. Farfetch gears up for fashion store of the future

    London-based online fashion retailer Farfetch plans to roll out new technology to revolutionize shopping in stores in the coming months, its chief ...
  6. Silver (haired) lining? Alibaba lures older shoppers as market slows

    Online shopping may not be the typical domain of the elderly, but when it comes to buying groceries with a smartphone, Xiang Jiang, 70, considers ...
  7. Toys 'R' Us to shut 180 stores in US

    The Canadian arm of Toys "R" Us said on Tuesday that about 180 of its stores will be shut in the United States in the coming months, as the toy ...
  8. Alibaba’s plan to revamp mom-and-pop stores ‘innovative’, but Singapore ‘not ready’: Analysts

    Industry analysts say the Chinese tech giant’s Ling Shou Tong strategy is unique to the local market, and is unlikely to play well in Singapore as ...