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Tesco opened its seventh dotcom centre in Erith at the end of October.
Chancellor George Osborne will impose a 2% cap on business rates in England and Wales next year, it is understood.
Tesco has reported UK like-for-like sales fell 1.5% in its third quarter, and blames pressure on UK household finances for its performance.
Profits at Tesco-owned garden centre Dobbies fell last year as the retailer battled the wettest summer on record for 100 years in 2012.
Dixons has completed a deal to merge its loss-making Italian business with local player Marco Polo.
JD Sports Fashion has recorded a rise in third-quarter like-for-like sales across its fashion and sportswear fascias.
Tesco this morning revealed its UK like-for-like sales fell 1.5% in its third quarter. Retail Week takes a look at the response from the City.
John Roberts, founder and chief executive of white goods etailer Ao.com, is frantically preparing for a key event in the etailer’s year.
The stockmarket had been softened up for bad news on Q3 sales, so, with no profit warning today, Tesco’s shares have rallied.
Truly customer-centric retailers are thin on the ground. An exception is Ao.com (formerly Appliances Online).