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Fashion giant Inditex opened the first UK store for its womenswear brand Stradivarius today at Westfield Stratford.
Retail news round-up on September 1, 2014: Iceland completes £950m refinancing, Aldi to create 700 deputy store manager positions and major Tesco investor reduces stake in business.
The Co-op’s members have overwhelmingly backed governance reform proposals aimed at modernising and professionalising the business.
Home Retail Group’s shareholder Taube Hodson Stonex Partners has vetoed a sell-off of the Homebase business.
Tesco has issued a profit warning today, as it parachutes in new chief executive Dave Lewis on Monday, a month earlier than originally planned.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has almost tripled its profits as it prepares for a float on the US stock exchange that could value it at $200bn.
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Tesco’s has warned on profits and new chief executive Dave Lewis has been parachuted in a month early. Here’s what City analysts are saying.
Retailers must remember that while competitive pricing is important, remaining focused on their core offering and target market is essential.
Today’s Kantar grocery market data told another tale of discounter growth as sales at Aldi and Lidl surged once again, but Morrisons may be quietly pleased.
BrightHouse’s appointment of adviser Rothschild last week suggests the run of retail IPOs may not have dried up just yet.