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The trendiest travel destinations double as the world’s most peaceful nations, which in turn has resulted in surging interest and appeal among affluent travelers, according to a new report from Travel Leaders Group.
Despite the future of retail clearly resting within the mobile space, many retailers are still in denial about the inevitability of the shift into the platform, according to a research study undertaken by NewStore.
Britain’s Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has selected Dubai, United Arab Emirates as the testing ground for a progressive showroom concept that leverages experiential touchpoints to connect with potential consumers.
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Some estimates say that by 2017, more than 30 percent of online travel bookings will be made on a smartphone.
Auction house Christie’s is enabling consumers to take on the role of auctioneer in a New York display.
German fashion label Hugo Boss’ CEO told European business newspaper Handelsbladtt that he plans to get back to the brand’s premium roots following a challenging move upmarket into luxury.
The release of a videotape featuring Donald Trump making lewd statements about women has negatively impacted the public perception of products bearing his name.