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US Retail, Forever 21 could not survive in Europe and Asia

One of the Top Fashion Retailer Forever 21 is winding up operations from Europe and Asia. Planning to halt operations of approximately 350 stores globally. Established in 1978 in US in pursuit of offering economical women accessories against competitors such as H&M and Zara. From overall 800 it will decline to 450 outlets in USA.


Escalating Customers shopping expectations forcing Retailers do more in all segments despite of limitations






It has filled up Chapter 11 protection postpones a US company’s obligations to its creditors, giving it time to reorganize its debts or sell parts of the business.”This does not mean that we are leaving business – on the contrary, filing for bankruptcy protection is a deliberate and decisive step to put us on a successful track for the future.”


Forever21 winding up operations from Europe could not deal with customers escalating demand

Ryanair system failure grounded all flights across Europe

 The latest updates, Ryanair surprised Customers is not something never happened before. Their system failure all across Europe halted flights and people were unable to check-in for their flights. It was a moment of chaos for many travelers and they tried various apps and website but nothing really worked in favor and kept them in the middle of nowhere. Officials, however, claims that the system has been restored but people without checking the actual status of the flights still complaining and posting on social media which is actually not real.

Major system failure is not the first time happening all across Europe

Ryanair confusion, chaos and absolute carnage right now at the check-in/bag drop desks at Rome Ciampino. 20minutes so far and no closer to desks. Totally unacceptable.

Ryanair flights are reportedly grounded across Europe after a ‘major systems failure’ stopped people from being able to check-in online. The systems failure happened overnight and has affected major airports across the continent. One plane was kept on the tarmac for 90 minutes this morning with passengers being told there had been a ‘country-wide systems failure’.

The airline said the system has now been restored but passengers are still complaining of problems on social media. Graeme Jolly tweeted: ‘Confusion, chaos and absolute carnage right now at the check-in/bag drop desks at Rome Ciampino. 20minutes so far and no closer to desks. Totally unacceptable.’ Some people reported being stranded and delayed while others complained of having to pay to check-in at the desk because they couldn’t do so on the airline’s app. Others missed their flight through no fault of their own because a problem with the baggage system meant they couldn’t check-in.

Ryan air Tweets cancelled system

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/14/ryanair-flights-grounded-across-europe-major-systems-failure-10741748/?ito=cbshare

Ryan air Tweets cancelled system

 

Germany thinks GB exit without a deal is apt

German Government believes that it will be in the best interest of Great Britain if they leave the EU with no deal on 31st Oct. The impact of departure on the future relationship will be better and positive. Germany also believes that the UK will crash out without a deal. Although no-deal Brexit would lead to many unexpected outcomes in regards to escalated fares in services and retail industry

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The new chancellor of the exchequer is the most senior member of Boris Johnson’s cabinet to meet the German government since Johnson replaced Theresa May as Prime Minister. As Boris Johnson prepares to meet with German leader Angela Merkel, a leaked briefing document has revealed that Germany is well on the way to readying itself for a no-deal Brexit.

Br exit and Irish Border

The paper leaked to German paper Handelsblatt will make worrying reading for the Prime Minister suggesting that Germany will not be bluffed into abandoning measures guaranteeing a peaceful border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

What Germany thinks about Brexit deal

The internal German government document indicates a European preparedness to let Britain leave the EU with an economically disastrous no-deal Brexit rather than abandon assurances for EU member state Ireland on the Irish backstop negotiated in Theresa May’s withdrawal deal. The leaked memo was prepared by the German civil service for German finance minister, Olaf Scholz, ahead of his talks on Friday with Sajid Javid.

Strived for 14 years to be Champions of Europe: Liverpool

The 2019 Champions League final got underway in Madrid on Saturday, and Liverpool struck first thanks to a penalty kick. Moussa Sissoko was called for a controversial handball inside the box just 23 seconds in, it was confirmed by the video assistant referee, and Mohamed Salah put the kick away to give the Reds the early lead.

Harry Kane is on the field for Spurs after being out with injury for two months, sending Lucas to the bench. At the half, 45 minutes remain and potentially more if Tottenham can draw level.

You can watch the game on fuboTV (Try for free), and our live updates are below. 

Live blog

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Mohamed Salah’s early penalty gave Liverpool a 1-0 lead against Tottenham at half-time in Saturday’s all-English Champions League final in Madrid.The Egyptian scored the second quickest goal in Champions League final history as he converted from the spot after just one minute and 48 seconds following a handball by Moussa Sissoko. Italy great Paolo Maldini holds the record for the fastest goal after he scored with just 50 seconds gone in the 2005 final against Liverpool. (SCORECARD)

How to watch: The Champions League final is on TNT and Univision Deportes in the United States. To find broadcast options where you are, click here.

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ImageMohamed Salah blasted his early penalty kick past Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
Mohamed Salah blasted his early penalty kick past Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.CreditClive Rose/Getty Images

Here are the latest developments:

  • 90’ +2 It’s just a formality now
  • 87’ ORIGI SCORES! That’ll do it! Liverpool, 2-0!
  • 85’ SAVE by Alisson on Ericksen’s shot
  • 83’ VAR check after a challenge on the edge of the area!
  • 82’ Final sub for Spurs: Llorente for Dele Alli
  • 80’ Alisson comes up big — twice
  • 76’ Spurs pressing, van Dijk clearing

How to watch: The Champions League final is on TNT and Univision Deportes in the United States. To find broadcast options where you are, click here.

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ImageMohamed Salah blasted his early penalty kick past Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
Mohamed Salah blasted his early penalty kick past Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.CreditClive Rose/Getty Images

Here are the latest developments:

  • 90’ +2 It’s just a formality now
  • 87’ ORIGI SCORES! That’ll do it! Liverpool, 2-0!
  • 85’ SAVE by Alisson on Ericksen’s shot
  • 83’ VAR check after a challenge on the edge of the area!
  • 82’ Final sub for Spurs: Llorente for Dele Alli
  • 80’ Alisson comes up big — twice
  • 76’ Spurs pressing, van Dijk clearing

Liverpool fans sing “Allez Allez Allez,” the Italian disco hit they modified for last season’s run to the final. They lost that day to Real Madrid, but this time the singing will continue long into the night here.

Zipline from Eiffel Tower

You might have had an idea about Eiffel Tower about what is actually happened. You might have thought about something like that before. Another activity has been added in travelers to do list explicitly visiting Eiffel Tower.

A participant rides a zip line down from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, 115 meters above the ground along an 800-meter long route, as part of the Smash Perrier free event operating until June 2 in Paris, France, May 28, 2019.

The 800-meter line will take riders from the tourist attraction to the Ecole Militaire at the bottom of Champ de Mars in just in 60 seconds.

The zip line first opened in 2017 for just seven days to celebrate the French Open. This year, it has re-opened in celebration of the 130th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower, alongside the French Open.