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Retailers – Covid19 SALE! What to do with unsold apparel stocks?

najbolji najveći najvredniji najjači najskuplji brendovi šoping shopping boutique butik skupa roba apparel

Retailers - Covid19 SALE! What to do with unsold apparel stocks? Retailers - Covid19 SALE! What to do with unsold apparel stocks? In the United States, clothing sales fell 89% in April from the same month in 2019. In Britain, clothing sales sank by 50% during the same month, compared with

Top 100 Most Valuable Brands in 2018

According to Forbes, the world’s 100 most valuable brands are worth a staggering $2.15 trillion. While that singular number is impressive, the publication’s 2018 rankings of global brands can be further broken down in other ways that are also quite intriguing. Let’s take a look at brands by individual brand value,

How much multinationals earn per second

Imagine that for every second that passes, your bank account inches up $1. You’d be making $60 per minute, or the equivalent of $86,400 in a day. Over the course of a year, you’d roll in a solid $31.5 million of profit. While this would be prolific for almost any

The World’s 10 biggest multinational corporations

e live in an era where fewer than 10% of the world's public companies account for more than 80% of all profits, according to the Economist. These are the world’s largest corporations, compiled by market capitalization (the total market value of a company's outstanding shares). Ten years ago, banks and energy companies dominated

Instant payments across the EU by November 2017

he Euro Retail Payments Board (ERPB), a group chaired by the European Central Bank that brings together associations of providers and users of payment services, has invited the European Payments Council, a body representing the payment service providers in Europe, to develop a scheme for instant payments in euro by

Commission accepts legally binding commitments in e-books market

The European Commission has adopted a decision that renders legally binding the commitments offered by Penguin (United Kingdom), in the context of the Commission's investigation regarding the sale of e-books in the European Economic Area (EEA). The Commission had concerns that Penguin, together with four other publishers - Simon &