The new group combines Green Cola’s innovative, disruptive approach with the strong heritage of the Chitos group.
Burger King hasn't publicly acknowledged this significant change yet, and its not known how or if the chicken is any different on the new sandwiches.
Lotte Chilsung is expanding its business and adding vegan drink options through partnerships with startups.
The agreement will see the UFC collaborate with Amazon Merch on Demand to launch a new range of merchandise, featuring a host of original designs.
Toyota has abandoned its traditional lines in favor of a far more fashionable, futuristic exterior to make it appealing to a foreign audience.
Domino's and a partner sub-franchise operated less than 30 locations collectively, and all of them discontinued service in July.
New Balance will soon release a number of inline colorways of 1906, the first of which is scheduled to hit China on August 19th and August 12th in the rest of Asia.
The company's reported operating profit fell by 17.7 percent in the second quarter as unfavorable mark-to-market effects and negative currency translation more than offset the robust net sales growth.
Social media provides flood of images of death and carnage from Ukraine war – and contributes to weaker journalism standards
Apple has reportedly invested $10 million for original podcasts that could later be turned into movies and TV shows for Apple TV+
Luxury brands continue to raise prices in S. Korea amid soaring demand
South Korean consumers' increased appetite for luxury goods during the pandemic has resulted in soaring prices.
So far, Celine has raised its prices three times this year.
In its latest price hike on Monday, some 10 luxury bags went up by an average of 8 percent. Each Celine item had a price increase between 100,000 to 150,000 won.
Chanel has increased its prices seven times, while Louis Vuitton did it for the fifth time last month.
Meanwhile, Hermes and Prada have raised prices by more than three times this year.