Neiman Marcus offers more Discounts to stay competitive

Luxury retailer reports wider net loss, falling sales By guest author Aisha Al-Muslim, Aisha Al-Muslim is a reporter covering breaking news for The Wall Street Journal in New York. She is an award-winning journalist and Pulitzer Prize finalist. She was previously a towns reporter and a business reporter at Newsday on Long Island, N.Y. Neiman … More Neiman Marcus offers more Discounts to stay competitive

Arcadia CVA passes as CEO remains “confident about the future”

By guest author Sahar Nazir Editor from Retail Gazette Arcadia CVA passes as CEO remains “confident about the future” Arcadia wins majority of its creditors’ approval for 7 CVAs Lady Green will invest £50 million into the group Arcadia agrees with the pension fund to reduce its contributions from GBP 50 million to GBP 25 … More Arcadia CVA passes as CEO remains “confident about the future”

Zara Is still well dressed

A cutting-edge business model no longer delivers blistering sales growth, but parent Inditex remains one of the steadiest bets in retail By guest author Carol Ryan. She is a Wall Street Journal Heard on the Street columnist based in London, where she covers European luxury brands and consumer goods companies. Zara’s once-innovative business model is … More Zara Is still well dressed

China moves to close gap in Trade Expertise as clash with Trump intensifies

By guest author Keith Bradsher the Pulitzer Prize-winning Shanghai bureau chief for The New York Times, having reopened the Shanghai bureau on Nov. 14, 2016. He has previously served as the Hong Kong bureau chief and the Detroit bureau chief for The Times. Before those postings, he was a Washington correspondent for The Times covering … More China moves to close gap in Trade Expertise as clash with Trump intensifies

Sensor-Packed Glove Learns Signatures of the Human Grasp

By guest author Rob Matheson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT researchers have developed a low-cost, sensor-packed glove that captures pressure signals as humans interact with objects. The glove can be used to create high-resolution tactile datasets that robots can leverage to better identify, weigh, and manipulate objects. Credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wearing a sensor-packed … More Sensor-Packed Glove Learns Signatures of the Human Grasp