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Lululemon Athletica CEO has ambitious plans for 'athleisure' market
Lululemon Athletica is having a Zen moment. After two tough years, the company known for yoga wear is enjoying a rebound in sales and CEO Laurent Potdevin is optimistic that Lululemon can keep the momentum going.
Big data is becoming a key to boost business competitiveness as more and more enterprises become fully digitized.
Porsche training is prize for a few lucky refugees in Germany
Ammar Alkhouli "dreamed of owning a Porsche" when he lived in Syria, but he never imagined that he would one day get training from the German automobile giant to help build its luxury cars.
Born in Google's shadow, Niantic strode into the spotlight with a mobile internet spin on hunting Pokemon but can the obsession with the game lead to long-term financial success?
KKday, a Taiwanese travel e-commerce platform, launched a bus tour around Taipei for "Pokemon Go" fans on Sunday, helping them hunt for small fictional creatures known as Pokemon.
Quite a spectacle
In this Jan. 13 file photo, a model displays Japanese electronics giant Toshiba's smart glasses at a wearable device expo in Tokyo. Toshiba said Friday, Aug. 12 it swung to a profit in the April-June quarter, thanks to cost cuts and the sale of its home appliance business.
Huffington Post founder Arianna leaves for wellness startup
Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post news site that has become a global phenomenon, announced Thursday she was stepping down to launch a nonprofit group focused on health and wellness.
Microsoft on Thursday said it is bolstering its Xbox arsenal with the purchase of a startup specializing in letting people join in the fun while watching live-streamed game play.
Uber on Thursday said it filed a complaint with the European Union over legislation in Hungary that caused the on-demand ride service to stop operating in that country.
Shares in Taiwan staged a mild technical rebound Friday after falling a day earlier as investors were encouraged by gains on Wall Street overnight, dealers said.
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