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Asda is bringing back its famous pocket tap in a new TV ad, but bosses say it marks a “new chapter” of its brand.
As the Greek referendum on the new bailout deal looms, we explain how some British retailers are preparing for a variety of outcomes.
Amazon has today launched a one-hour delivery service for its Prime members in London as it ups the ante in the fulfilment battle.
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Greece’s debt crisis and fears of an exit from the euro have sent shockwaves across Europe. How is the crisis affecting the country’s retail sector?
London Mayor Boris Johnson has singled out retail bosses in a fresh call for employers to pay their staff the living wage.
Discounter Lidl is considering a move into ecommerce in a bid to continue its rapid UK growth and steal further market share from its rivals.
Waitrose boss Mark Price has warned that Britain’s biggest supermarkets could face disaster if the price war continues to escalate.
AO World is poised to expand its presence on the continent as it continues its drive to become “the best electricals retailer in Europe”.
Apple recorded an 18.6% drop in full-year profits from its UK retail operations last year, after it was hit by wage and rent rises.
British retailers and shoppers have been warned of the dangers of leaving the EU as the UK heads towards a referendum on its membership.
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JD Sports Fashion unveiled a new flagship megastore on Oxford Street last night.
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In a ferociously hard-fought retail environment, attracting and retaining the best staff can make a competitive difference.
Operating profit at Wyevale Garden Centres grew 55% to £34.1m in the year to December 28 after a “transformational year”.
Happy belated Father’s Day to all dads. I hope your comedy socks survived their first wash. If not, there will be another pair next year.
Ao.com boss John Roberts is preparing to ramp up the etailer’s European expansion after targeting a move into the Netherlands or Austria.
Apple said it is “assessing next steps” after a US court upheld a judge’s ruling that it conspired with publishers to increase ebook prices.