Ulta issues rosier guidance after earnings trounce expectations – Financial Times

Ulta issues rosier guidance after earnings trounce expectationsFinancial TimesOur results reflect continued newness and innovation in merchandising, successful marketing programs, steady progress in our salon business and exceptional growth in e-commerce.” Ulta has enjoyed several years of strong growth, even as many other …and more »

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Wizz Air shares jump after unveiling growth plans – Financial Times

Financial TimesWizz Air shares jump after unveiling growth plansFinancial TimesShares in Wizz jumped almost 12 per cent, to £21.77, their highest level since it took a stock marketing listing in London in 2015. Budapest-based Wizz, which is focused on flying in central and eastern Europe, said net profit rose 28 per cent to €246m …and more »

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Wizz Air shares jump after unveiling growth plans – Financial Times

Expose dependencies on deals and intangible assets – Financial Times

Expose dependencies on deals and intangible assetsFinancial TimesI should love to say that in more than 50 years of investing, collapses such as National Student Marketing Corp, Polly Peck and Connaught are rare. But they are not. So, reporting requirements must be strengthened to reveal over-reliance on …

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Topps Tiles shares slide as sales contract – Financial Times

Financial TimesTopps Tiles shares slide as sales contractFinancial TimesOperating costs fell 1.4 per cent to £55.2m as increased expenses from store openings were outweighed by falls in costs related to an employee profit share scheme and marketing. The interim dividend was raised 10 per cent to 1.1p, “reflecting the board …and more »

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Sony chief executive outlines long-term profit strategy – Financial Times

Financial TimesSony chief executive outlines long-term profit strategyFinancial TimesFollowing a decade-long restructuring phase, Mr Hirai also said it was time to start capturing a bigger market share in certain regions for its TV and other electronics businesses. In the smartphone business, for example, Sony has said it will aim to …and more »

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US Hispanics: Too scared to spend – Financial Times

Financial TimesUS Hispanics: Too scared to spendFinancial TimesThe mood of the Hispanic community matters to marketers because of its size and youth. An estimated 57m Hispanics live in the US and the Census Bureau expects that number will grow to 119m by 2060. About 60 per cent of Hispanics are members of the …

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US Hispanics: Too scared to spend – Financial Times