1. Hugo Boss puts down cash Hugo Boss will increase capital expenditure in 2018 to between €170m and €190m from €128m last year. Most of the money will go to revamping stores and improving e-commerce. The German fashion house, known for its suiting, makes more than half its menswear sales from casual styles, about 40% from formal wear and about 10% from shoes. New CEO Mark Langer has sought to return the company to its roots, selling premium men’s clothing with a modern edge. 2. Uber bets on Kohli Cab-hailing platform Uber has appointed India’s cricket captain, Virat Kohli, as its first brand ambassador in the country, as it pins its hopes on the Asia Pacific region. Uber has pumped millions into the Indian market as it goes head-to-head against Bangalore-based rival Ola. Last month, Uber named footballer Mohamed Salah as its brand ambassador for the Egyptian market. 3. KFC returns to former supplier KFC is returning to former supplier Bidvest for more than one-third of its UK resta...

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