This week's most popular stories included our interview with Epic Group CEO Ranjan Mahtani, a report on sweatshop labour being uncovered in factories producing merchandise for the Olympics, and the appointment of Roger Burnley as managing director of Sainsbury's clothing division.

Speaking with style: Ranjan Mahtani, CEO, Epic Group
Faced with what he describes as a "never-ending battle" against rising costs, Ranjan Mahtani, the CEO of Hong Kong based apparel supplier Epic Group, is in fighting mood.

UK: Sweatshop labour uncovered in Olympic factories
The organisers of the London 2012 Olympics are introducing new measures designed to protect workers producing merchandise for this year's games after evidence of exploitation was uncovered.

UK: Sainsbury's appoints Burnley as MD of clothing
Supermarket retailer Sainsbury's today (27 February) announced a series of executive moves within the company, with Roger Burnley set to become managing director of general merchandise, clothing and logistics.

UK: Tesco clothing launches virtual 3D fitting room
Supermarket retailer Tesco today (29 February) launched an online 3D virtual fitting room service to help shoppers find the right garment style, fit and size based on their individual measurements.

CAMBODIA: Textile workers continue to riot
Workers in Cambodia have continued rioting following a shooting at a Puma supplier factory last week where three people were injured.