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Investor Klaus Hommels at his venture capital firm, Lakestar, in Berlin: “We won’t be afraid to back start-ups with high valuations if we can accelerate their growth.” Photograph: Robbie Lawrence/ The New York Times

Klaus Hommels has invested in some of Europe’s most successful start-ups. That includes the music-streaming service Spotify and Klarna, a Swedish onli(...)

David Schneider, Robert Gentz and Rubin Ritter of Zalando ring the bell during the company’s initial public offering  at the Frankfurt stock exchange last year. Zalando has reported a 31.5 per cent increase in first-half revenues to €1.38 billion.

Online fashion platform Zalando, which opened a fashion insights centre in Dublin this year, has reported a 31.5 per cent increase in first-half reven(...)

An employee organises photographs of models at the ASOS headquarters in London: the British online fashion retailer forecast on Tuesday pretax profit of £47 million (€66 million). Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

British online clothing retailer Asos said demand for cut-price fashions abroad and strong trading at home meant annual sales growth would hit the top(...)

From left-right, David Schneider, Robert Gentz and Rubin Ritter of Zalando,   ring the bell during the initial public offering of the company, at the Frankfurt stock exchange last year.  The online fashion platform is to crete 200 jobs in Dublin over the next three years.

Online fashion platform Zalando has opened a research and development centre in Dublin, which will see 200 jobs created over the next three years. The(...)

David Schneider, Robert Gentz and Rubin Ritter –  directors of Zalando, Europe’s biggest online fashion retailer
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Image of the week: Fashion bells The casually attired men in the picture – David Schneider, Robert Gentz and Rubin Ritter – are directors of Zalando, (...)

 Alexander Kudlich, group managing director of Rocket Internet, Oliver Samwer, chief executive, and Peter Kimpel, chief financial officer, at  the launch of the company’s initial public offering   on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange yesterday. Photograph: Getty Images

Shares in Rocket Internet plunged 14 per cent within minutes of their stock market debut in Frankfurt yesterday as investors gave Europe’s largest int(...)

Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

European stocks plunged the most in more than 15 months on concern the European Central Bank’s asset-buying programme won’t be enough to boost inflat(...)

Oliver Samwer, CEO of Rocket Internet, a German venture capital group. Photo: Reuters

Rocket Internet shares fell on their first day of trading in Frankfurt, failing to replicate in Europe the investor hype over e-commerce stocks sparke(...)

 Alibaba’s HQ in Hangzhou: , the Chinese e-commerce company  said its expects to price its initial public offering at between $60 and $66 per American Depository share. Photograph: Reuters/Chance Chan

German venture capital firm Rocket Internet has unveiled plans for a stock market listing that could value the company at $6.5 billion (€5bn).Rocket’s(...)

Online retailer Amazon retailer has refused to change working conditions at logistics centres in Germany. Photograph: Reuters/Brian Snyder

Online retailer Amazon was hit by a strike at two of its logistics centres in Germany today in the latest round in a long-running wage dispute. (...)

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