1. Jefferies and Goldman Diverge on Luxury Industry Outlook. Luxury-goods makers face a choppy near-term outlook, according to Jefferies and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts, though that’s where the similarities in their opinions end. – Read More on Yahoo

2. Burberry Street Fashion Week Ad Sows Confusion in London. The Bond Street tube station on the London Underground was temporarily renamed “Burberry Street” as part of a London Fashion Week marketing campaign for the British luxury brand, leading to confusion among Londoners and tourists alike. – Read More on the NY Times

3. Companies Might Be Forced to Report Their Impact on Nature. A New Framework Aims to Help. The Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosures, or TNFD, on Monday issued its final reporting framework, which aims to make it easier for companies to identify their impact on nature, and take action to mitigate it. – Read More on the WSJ

4. Walmart ignored rampant sexual harassment at West Virginia store, EEOC claims. The complaint filed in West Virginia federal court says the manager of the Lewisburg store told an employee he wanted to be her “sugar daddy,” offered her money for sex, groped her and tried to force her to perform a sexual act in his office. – Read More on Reuters

5. E-Commerce Platforms Must Prioritize the Consumer-Influencer Relationship. In China, content-based platforms are generating a growing proportion of e-commerce. Savvy content-based platforms are leveraging AI to this trend and carefully curate their influencer relationships. – Read More on HBR