Monetising in 2020, High Street brands in China, H&M sales rise, Most wanted, L.A. state of mind

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How Will The Web Monetize In 2020? (TechCrunch)
“The web is on the cusp of massive change: By 2020, the number of global internet users is expected to quadruple to 4 billion, and most of these new users will come online using multiple devices.”

High Street fashion brands look to China for profits (BBC News)
“Luxury labels have thrived in China and now their cheaper High Street counterparts are betting that young, fashion-conscious shoppers like Ms Yu, 20, will help them weather weak economies in their home markets in the US and Europe.”

H&M defies European gloom with sales rise (Reuters)
“Hennes & Mauritz, the world’s second-largest clothing retailer, grew annual sales at established stores in June, in a sign of robust demand for budget clothing from austerity-hit shoppers.”

Fashion brands top most wanted jobs list for British students (Telegraph)
“Professional networking site Linkedin report that fashion brands account for four of the 10 most-watched company profiles on their site by British undergraduates.”

Golden state of mind: LA’s new young designers (Telegraph)
“New York is still one of the world’s leading fashion capitals, but in recent years a number of Los Angeles clothing designers have emerged as a creative force to be reckoned with.”

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