Following US President Donald Trump’s repeated attacks on Amazon’s treatment of the US Post Office, analysts from Piper Jaffray Companies have stated that they do not believe the online retailer will face higher rates.
Euro zone sales increased at a slower rate than expected in February as shoppers cut back on non-food purchases and figures for January were revised down, indicating a slowdown of business in the bloc’s high streets.
Japan’s household spending suffered the biggest annual decline in nearly a year in February as inflation-adjusted wages continued to fall, data showed on Friday, suggesting the economy’s long run of growth has peaked.
Target Corp has agreed to review its policies for screening job applicants and pay $3.74 million to settle a lawsuit claiming its use of background checks kept thousands of blacks and Hispanics from obtaining employment.
Izquierdo will combine her new responsibilities at Ifema with her role as director of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid. She succeeds Jaime de la Figura, who has been promoted to director of international expansion.
Retailers are under increasing pressure to slash prices to keep up with competition and lure shoppers, but this practice is bringing more drawbacks than benefits, according to new research from Klarna.