Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

Ebay fined for fakes

FRANCE: Court fines Ebay EUR40m for selling fakes
A French court today (30 June) ordered online auction site Ebay to pay EUR40m (US$63m) to luxury goods group LVMH for selling fake copies of its products on Monday (30 June).

Asos profit snowballs

UK: Online retailer Asos more than doubles FY profit
Internet fashion retailer Asos has lifted its full year profit by 117% to GBP7.3m (US$14.53m), benefiting from increased numbers of shoppers flocking to its website.

Nike on track

UK: Nike in the blocks for Olympics advertising
Nike will focus most of its advertising efforts on athletes and teams at the forthcoming Beijing Olympics - amid reports that it might not enjoy the television exposure afforded to official sponsors like Adidas, just-style was told late Wednesday (2 July).

M&S shares plummet

UK: Marks & Spencer warns on profit as sales slump
Shares in UK retailer Marks & Spencer plunged more than 20% on Wednesday (2 July) after the retailer issued a surprise profit warning amid weakening consumer confidence and slumping sales.

Vietnam garment strike

VIETNAM: 6,000-worker strike at leading supplier Chutex
Textile manufacturer Chutex Group, which supplies goods for many of the world's top apparel brands, yesterday (3 July) faced a 6,000-worker pay strike at a Vietnamese plant, just-style exclusively found out.