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Reuters / Tuesday, December 02, 2008 4: Amancio Ortega, the Spanish founder of clothing conglomerate Inditex SA, which includes the Zara fashion chain, is worth $64.5 billion. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal Reuters / Tuesday, December 02, ... Reuters UK, 4 weeks ago

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Inditex profits up 5 per cent

font size decrease font size increase font size Rate this item (0 votes) AMANCIO Ortega, owner of Inditex, is having a good week. In a press conference given this morning the owner of the chain, which includes the high street clothing ...
 EuroWeeklyNews2 weeks ago Zara chief is landlord to rivals  EuroWeeklyNews1 month ago

Madrid's Gran Vía 32 changes hands for €400m

Amancio Ortega's Pontegadea investment firm has acquired the landmark office building at Gran Vía 32 in Madrid for some €400 mln from
 PropertyEU2 months ago

Inditex boss buys multi-million London office block

SPAINS richest man Amancio Ortega has just bought an office block in central London for 265 million pounds (€335 million). Owner and founder of the Inditex empire which includes interiors firm Zara Home, budget clothing chains Zara, Bershka, ...
 Gnom.es2 months ago
Yahoo! Finance

The Neurological Pleasures of Fast Fashion<\\/a> The Atlantic - 21 hours ago<\\/cite><\\/div>In wealthy countries around the world, clothes shopping has become a widespread pastime, a powerfully pleasurable and sometimes addictive activity that exists as a c

In wealthy countries around the world, clothes shopping has become a widespread pastime, a powerfully pleasurable and sometimes addictive activity that exists as a constant presence, much like social media. The Internet and the proliferation of ...
 Yahoo! Finance6 days ago
Irish Independent

London office values "would fall" in Brexit

Central London office values would probably suffer if UK voters give Prime Minister David Cameron the chance to hold a referendum on European Union membership, according to industry experts. Central London office values would probably suffer if UK ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago London's Skyscraper Prices Seen Threatened by Europe Exit Vote  La Repubblica1 week ago London Skyscraper Prices Threatened by EU Exit Risk  Yahoo! Xtra Business1 week ago
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Quartz

Consumer culture has found its perfect match in our mobile-first, fast-fashion lifestyles

Think about howoften you checke-commerce orflash sales sites on your phone, shopwhile watchingTV, or buy an article of clothingjust because it's cheap. Even if you don't do it incessantly, odds are good youknow someone who does. In wealthy ...
 Quartz1 week ago
This is Money

Zara-owner Inditex posts 5% rise in 2014 profit

The net profit of Spanish fashion giant Inditex, which owns Zara stores, increased by 5% in 2014. On Wednesday, the company reported profit for February 2014 through January 2015, which rose to 2.5 billion euros ($2.7 billion) from 2.4 billion euros ...
 Topnews.in1 week ago Thousands of Zara employees to benefit from clothing company's new profit share scheme  This is Money2 weeks ago Spain's Zara owner sees 2014 profit up 5 pct on strong sales  FOXBusiness.com2 weeks ago Spain's Inditex sees 2014 profit up 5 per cent as sales in Zara and other stores surge  Canadian Business Magazine2 weeks ago
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Family Business Roundup: Cushman and Wakefield, Lifeway Foods, and Inditex

Agnelli family to sell Cushman and Wakefield; Lifeway Foods posts 8% rise in 2014 profit; and Spain's Inditex introduces profit share plan Agnelli family to sell Cushman and Wakefield New York-based real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield, owned ...
 Campden FB1 week ago
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72 Billion Reasons To Buy Shares

The four richest people in the world, in order of wealth, are Windows creator, Bill Gates, telecom magnate, Carlos Slim Helu, Warren Buffett and the owner of Zara, Amancio Ortega. Gates became prosperous by knowing his bits from his bytes. Helu ...
 Motley Fool1 week ago
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