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The Government will allow local authorities to set their own business rates

George Osborne to hand local authorities power to set business rates

Chancellor George Osborne has revealed plans to abolish the uniform business rate and hand local authorities the power to set rates.

Retail Week Dispatch

Retail Week Dispatch

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Morrisons has abandoned its Match & More price-match scheme

Morrisons scraps price-match scheme in favour of 'simpler' loyalty card

Morrisons has abandoned its Match & More price-match scheme and is poised to introduce a “simpler” loyalty card system in its place.

American Apparel will close stores

American Apparel files for bankruptcy protection in the US

Troubled US fashion retailer American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy protection, buy its boss says it can become a “stronger” company.


Christo Wiese's Brait ups stake in frozen food retailer Iceland to 57%

Brait, the investment vehicle of South African billionaire Christo Wiese, has boosted its shareholding in frozen food chain Iceland to 57%.


Yoox Net-A-Porter boss vows to make m-commerce a 'key priority'

The boss of newly-created Yoox Net-A-Porter has said that m-commerce will be a “key priority” for the online fashion retailer.  

HMV is set to roll-out its ecommerce site in ten other countries

HMV to drive international expansion with website roll-out

HMV is preparing to enter 10 foreign markets, primarily in Europe, via its website as part of an international offensive.

Crossrail will involve the opening of a new station at Tottenham Court Road

Crossrail expected to boost West End revenues by £2.5bn a year

The opening of Crossrail is forecast to increase annual revenues in London’s West End by £2.45bn to £11.25bn by 2020.

Roger Pedder

Obituary: Clarks turnaround king Roger Pedder dies aged 74

Former Clarks chairman Roger Pedder, who turned the retailer around after a high-profile family dispute, has passed away aged 74.

Booksellers including Waterstones will hope they benefit from Super Thursday

How booksellers are priming for a retail comeback on 'Super Thursday'

Bricks-and-mortar bookshops have long been under attack from the threat of ecommerce but the sector is now preparing for a turnaround.

Secret Sales Tough Mudder

Retail Diary: Secret Sales gets stuck in the mud as Aldi hits the right note

Brotherly love is no Secret at Tough Mudder, Aldi bids to strike a chord with new service and Retail Week cheques out of Bank of England event.


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