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Three Top Brands On Sale For Long-Term Investors

14.11.2016

Many value investors prefer to look for stocks of great companies that have become out of favor due to the market's short-term focus. Investors may also prefer to buy stocks while they are near 52-week lows, and trading below intrinsic… read more

Lego’s fight to capture kids imagination in a digital world

11.11.2016

More than 80 years since it began work in a small carpenter's workshop, Lego continues to carve its way into the hearts of children. From physical toys and clothing, to blockbuster movies and theme parks, Lego remains determined to build new… read more

Top 100 brands in Malaysia revealed

09.11.2016

In the very broadest sense, a brand is the focus for all the expectations and opinions held by fans, players, staff and other stakeholders about a club. However, when looking at brands as business assets that can be bought, sold and… read more

Stumped Tata camp rethinks strategy

05.11.2016

The decision of the independent directors at Indian Hotels (IHCL) to wholeheartedly back Cyrus Mistry+ came as a shock for the Tata camp. As the impact sunk in, there was growing acceptance at Tata Sons that they needed a more proactive… read more

Why John Lewis’s new boss could be in for a tough ride

27.10.2016

With falling profits, planned staff cuts and concerns over its online operation, John Lewis’s newly appointed managing director Paula Nickolds inherits the department store chain at a challenging time. Earlier this week, John Lewis… read more

UAE’s home-grown brands enhanced by country’s positive image around the world

14.10.2016

London // The UAE’s global image gave an extra US$12 billion boost to the value of its home-grown brands over the past year, research published this week shows. The London consultancy Brand Finance said that the combined value of all… read more

Nation Brands 2016 report: Singapore strong, US valuable

13.10.2016

The US once more has the most valuable country brand while Singapore's is the strongest, according to Brand Finance’s annual National Brands report, with a strong correlation continuing to exist between a strong nation brand and… read more

Samsung’s Balance Sheet and Brand Reputation Hit by Galaxy Note 7

11.10.2016

Listen to CFO Journal’s Nina Trentmann discuss Samsung’s brand value and balance sheet. Samsung Electronic Co.’s decision to permanently withdraw its flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 7 from the market will substantially harm… read more

If you can't beat them, then buy them

09.09.2016

A mixture of acquisition and organic growth is likely to mark the international expansion of Chinese brands in coming years China is the world's leading manufacturing economy. It is second only to the US in terms of GNP and is expected to… read more

Selling what it means to be British

01.09.2016

What is a cup of tea? You may think of it as simply a receptacle containing a hot drink, but that’s not how Alex Gordon sees it. Dr Gordon is the founder and chief executive of semiotics and cultural insights agency Sign Salad whose… read more

Brand Finance and Solactive Launch Investment Indeces

20.07.2016

Brand Finance is pleased to announce the launch of the Solactive BrandFinance® European Leaders Select 30 Index and Solactive BrandFinance® European Leaders Low Risk 30 Index in collaboration with Solactive AG, an innovative index… read more

$1bn Manchester United remain top of Brand Finance's Football 50 list

06.06.2016

Manchester United have retained their status as the club with the most valuable brand in world football despite failing to qualify for next season’s Champions League and a campaign which culminated in the axing of manager Louis van Gaal. read more

Grote schade aan het merk Delta Lloyd

31.05.2016

De naam Delta Lloyd heeft door slechte resultaten en schandalen een ongenadige opdoffer gehad. Het verzekeringsbedrijf ziet zijn merkwaarde in de lijst met de meest waardevolle merken van Nederland, die het bureau BrandFinance woensdag… read more


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