Ikea wants to turn rice straw into household wares in a move that could end up reducing a major source of pollution in India.
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Foxconn is now using around 45 production lines for the iPhone XR model, compared with 60 it first prepared.
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Ikea plans open stores in Chile, Colombia and Peru through a new Ikea franchisee called Falabella in the coming years.
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World’s biggest furniture retailer is figuring out how to pursue climate goals without losing out economically.
Ikea Sets New Climate Goals to Tackle Unsustainable Consumption
H&M Buyout Speculation Triggered by Chairman's Growing Purchases
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H&M Now Faces Online Taunts After Delivery System Falters
H&M’s accumulated a record pile of unsold garments worth more than $4 billion this quarter.
H&M investors left its first-ever capital markets day wondering if the retailer is overlooking the obvious.
H&M Forecasts Physical Stores to Return to Growth Next Year