To straighten or not to straighten? Women's hair styles have become a hot topic for Indonesia's Muslims after calls from some Islamic clerics to have the procedure banned on the grounds it invites moral danger.
With cheap labour, investment incentives and unrestricted exports, one Chinese textile group has turned to Egypt as an ideal location to produce its ready-made garments, beating stiff competition at home.
Some large Indian jewellers and traders have started selling imported gold and silver coins, ahead of big festivals, raising competition for banks in a fast expanding investment segment, industry players said.
British retailer Marks & Spencer survived a big shareholder rebellion over its management succession plan on Wednesday 8 July, as 38 percent of investors called on Stuart Rose to stand down as chairman earlier than en...
The board of Britain's Marks & Spencer is expected to be on the receiving end of a big investor revolt for the second year in a row when shareholders meet for the retailer's annual meeting on Wednesday 8 July.