Retail & Manufacturing

BIV's coverage delves into all retail and manufacturing issues affecting businesses in Vancouver and British Columbia

Lululemon Athletica to join the S&P500 next week

The company will replace Activision Blizzard, which Microsoft Corp. today closed a transaction to spend US$68.7 billion to buy

Svante partners up with global players to expand reach

Samsung Engineering, 3M sign collaboration agreements with B.C. carbon capture filter maker

Vancouver's Artizia sees $6M net loss in Q2, CEO says results 'do not meet our high standards'

Chief executive Jennifer Wong says company missed opportunities in its product assortment and a more difficult consumer environment

Lululemon partners with Peloton, plans to stop selling Mirror

Lululemon and Peloton had been combatants in patent disputes

Retail sales up 0.3 per cent at $66.1B in July: StatCan

But agency says its early estimate for August suggests retail sales are falling

Canadian beef prices soar as cost for pork, ham and bacon falls

Grocery prices rose across Canada year-over-year in August by 6.9 per cent

Canadians buying less is top consumer trend: BDC

BDC survey conforms with recent Statistics Canada retail data

Unionized Starbucks store in Vancouver to close as lease expires

Twenty-two workers at the cafe voted to join the United Steelworkers Union in February

Temu owner PDD Holdings reports Q2 sales surge

The e-commerce platform entered the Canadian market earlier this year and has a warehouse in Burnaby