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Kingfisher’s boss said it has made a “solid” start to the year helped by a 15.4% jump in like-for-likes at its Screwfix business.
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New flooring retailer aims to pull the rug from under rivals
A flooring retailer led by former Carpetright director Martin Harris and backed by investors including Lord Kirkham has launched nationally.
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Home shopping group Findel has decided not to sell its sports retail business Kitbag following a strategic review.
Mountain Warehouse sales and profits for the year have surged as it benefits from the cycling craze and its rapidly expanding ecommerce business.
Google has unveiled Android Pay as it seeks to reinvent its mobile payments efforts following the successful launch of Apple Pay.
John Lewis sales dipped over the bank holiday as consumers basked in the sun, but Waitrose benefited from perfect picnic weather.
Consumer confidence fell in May, with a survey suggesting it could have been hit by the election of a Conservative government.
Westfield aims to foster retail tech entrepreneurship by opening a co-working, event and tech demo space at its San Francisco shopping mall.
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Fashion retailer and brand Pretty Green has lifted the lid on six concessions opening at House of Fraser stores across the UK.
Tapi is the first in a chain of stores aimed at offering something new for the mid-market. John Ryan visits and talks to boss Martin Harris.
Walgreens Boots Alliance has reinstated an annual bonus scheme for UK Boots staff after it was put on ice last year, Retail Week can reveal.
US electricals giant RadioShack is preparing to sell off data on millions of its customers as part of bankruptcy proceedings.
Google is allowing consumers to buy products from within YouTube ads as it sets its sights on Amazon and eBay’s ecommerce dominance.