1. Fashion factory: Mango brings production closer to home in rethink on China. Beijing’s policies and global supply chain chaos prompt sourcing reforms at clothing chain. – Read More on the FT

2. Amazon to roll out TikTok-like shopping experience in social commerce push: The move comes as shopping activity slows in response to an uncertain economy and decades-high inflation. The feature is also geared at enticing young audience who respond to formats like short videos. – Read More on Reuters

3. FTC’s block of Microsoft’s Activision acquisition could thwart other tech deals: “This is the most important instance to date where the FTC has sought to fulfill its promise to enforce merger policy more aggressively. This is the biggest test to date of their efforts.” – Read More on S&P Global

4. Tod’s founder abandons plan to delist company: Tod’s founder and Chairman Diego Della Valle and his brother Andrea had offered to buy out other investors at 40 euros a share but that failed to gain the requisite 90% support. They had the option to try to de-list the company via a merger with DeVa Finance as an alternative. – Read More on Reuters

5. SHEIN and Walmart Share Top Spot Among Shopping Apps Rankings: SHEIN, this time around, is sharing the No. 1 spot with Walmart, both with a score of 95, one point higher than before.  Runner-up at No. 2 We have Amazon scoring at 94, two points ahead of last time. – Read More on PYMNTS

6. The rise of the luxury exhibition: “It’s to elevate their business and products to art, which gives it more cultural value … that it has a long legacy and that you at the end, hopefully, want to buy its products.” – Read More on the Guardian