He's been named the third richest person in the world, a self-made mogul behind the Zara fashion house who has amassed a staggering fortune estimated at $US57 billion ($55 billion). But search for a photograph of Amancio Ortega online or any ... Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
MADRID -- Spanish fashion retailer Inditex, which owns Zara stores, says net profit fell by 2.4 percent in the first half of 2014 despite robust sales, mainly due to the impact of a strong euro. The company said Wednesday that profit for February ...Miami Herald, 2 days ago Spain's Inditex sees first half profits slip on strong euro despite robust Zara stores sales Canadian Business Magazine, 2 days ago
Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Inditex SA, Europe's largest clothing retailer, cast doubt over the timing of a recovery in profit margins after reporting a drop in first-half earnings. While foreign-exchange swings that hurt profitability in the opening ...La Repubblica, 2 days ago Inditex First-Half Profit Beats Estimates on Expansion Abroad La Repubblica, 3 days ago Inditex First-Half Profit Tops Estimates Amid Cost Control La Repubblica, 2 days ago
Accumulating riches does not happen on its own. Contrary to popular believe and blockbuster movies, rich people don't simply stumble into this situation. They take an idea and work hard on achieving it. It requires a great amount of drive, ...Arabian Business, 1 month ago
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim is the world's richest person, knocking Microsoft founder Bill Gates into second spot, as the wealth of the world's billionaires grew by 50 percent over the last year, Forbes It is only the second time since 1995 that ...WA Today, 1 month ago
Mark Zuckerberg recently added $1.6 billion to his fortune after Facebook closed at a record high on Wall Street. The 30-year-old's net worth is now $33.3 billion, placing him above Google Co-Founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page and also Amazon.com ...Yourstory.in, 1 month ago
Luis Sans, who tailors suits for former King Juan Carlos and jackets for Banco Santander SA (SAN) Chairman Emilio Botin, is buying more cashmere as Spain's recovery rekindles bankers desire for fine threads. "People's expectations have changed," ...BusinessWeek, 2 months ago Botin's Tailor Cuts More Cloth as Spanish Bankers Turn Buoyant GARP, 2 months ago
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