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Professor Michael Feindt explains how tech from Cern will kick-start dynamic pricing and remove gut feeling from 99% of operational decisions.
Pets at Home’s like-for-like growth dropped dramatically after poor sales of health and hygiene products and “very hot weather” in July.
Next has reported a better-than-expected 3.5% rise in overall first-half sales as warm weather boosted performance.
McColl’s has reported an improvement in first-half earnings despite a 1.9% slip in like-for-like sales.
Retail news round-up on July 27, 2015: Tesco abandons 62 sites, Morrisons buyers’ one-off demands and Amazon’s drive-thru plans.
Amazon has reported a surprise second-quarter profit after its sales jumped 20% boosted by a strong US performance.
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Fashion bellwether Next beat forecasts for the first half of the year, thanks to the warm weather in July. This is what the analysts said.
M&S boss Marc Bolland does not appear to be considering exiting soon, but the departure of John Dixon has made succession a talking point.
All retailers should take note of Amazon’s symbolic eclipse of Walmart to become the world’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation.
Fashion bellwether Next’s second-quarter update reminds bosses that despite external challenges there are opportunities for good retailers.