Companies are increasingly taking legal recourse to stop the proliferation of counterfeit products being sold by unscrupulous vendors on various e-commerce sites.
Kishore Biyani of Future Group, compares the current retail scenario in India to a war-like situation where he is just letting the storm pass
Billionaire, which was expected to sign an agreement with Infinite Luxury Brands, has instead decided to partner Dubai-based BinHendi Enterprises.
CEO Jeff Bezos's Rs 200 gift offer to Amazon's Indian customers faces brick-and-mortar retailers attack
Retailers accuse Amazon of violating foreign investment laws, write to DIPP secy objecting to the etailer’s gift card promise.
Currently, Myntra’s revenue from international brands is about 5% and it wants to increase it to 15% of its total revenue in the next 12-18 months.
Paytm will try to emulate Alibaba’s financial services model to disburse small loans to about 500 million Indians by 2020 and is borrowing Rs 150 crore from financial institutions.
The government is likely to back ecommerce companies in the their legal tussle with the Footwear Manufacturers and Retailers Association (AIFMRA).
Luxury group LVMH’s biggest watch brand Tag Heuer is shutting its India office, deciding to leverage its existing partnership with a local agent.
Burger King has been locked in trademark cases in India – from a small pushcart called Mr Singh Burger King to joints in malls with similar names.
The Delhi government has given time till November end for ecommerce companies to start filing mandatory quarterly returns.
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