Nick Robertson is stepping down as the Asos chief executive. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian. Simon Goodley. Tuesday 1 September 2015 14.28 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 1 September 2015 15.35 EDT.
LONDON China's giant manufacturing industry contracted and euro zone and U.S. growth eased in August in data published on Tuesday, while the International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for world growth this year.
They are perhaps best known for evoking an image of posh, rustic England. But the battle for Aga ovens is being conducted far from British middle-class farmhouses, as it is played out by two companies from the heart of the American mid-west.
Forget the equity markets, on Monday the giddy price action is all in the oil market. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, was up 7.5 per cent at $53.80 a barrel, in mid afternoon trading in New York.
Yahoo Inc.'s chief executive officer announced her pregnancy in a blog post and said she doesn't expect the girls' arrival to slow her down.