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The new high streets minster has dismissed calls for a “Tesco tax” but said an extension to Sunday trading rules must be explored.
Value fashion retailer Bonmarché has reported a 13.5% surge in like-for-likes in the 13 weeks to June 28.
The Internacionale brand is being put up for sale following its administration, with intellectual property specialist Metis Partners to handle the sale.
Pets at Home like-for-likes have grown by 4.1% in its first quarter after building on momentum created by its VIP Club loyalty programme.
Travis Perkins’ consumer arm, largely comprising of Wickes, has posted rising sales in its first half, with “solid growth” expected for the year.
Sports Direct has taken an undisclosed equity stake in Direct Golf as the golf retailer aims to grow across Europe.
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Mothercare’s Matt Smith was given one of the top jobs in retail finance over the weekend when he was unveiled as the new chief financial officer of Debenhams.
Amazon’s shares fell 10% last night, following news of its second quarter loss. Retail Week asks if it is time for Amazon to start focusing on profits?
Andy Higginson’s appointment as chairman of Morrisons makes him the first of Tesco’s golden generation of leaders to take up cudgels at one of his alma mater’s direct competitors.
The UK’s mass-market retailers have sometimes been unsure of how best to attract greater numbers of international shoppers to their stores.