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Tesco group chief executive Philip Clarke said he is “determined to provoke a reappraisal” of his business and has vowed that the grocery giant will emerge a truly multichannel leader.
Business Secretary Vince Cable admits there is ‘a sense of unfairness’ between online and physical retailers over business rates.
Pets at Home and Poundland have set the prices for their floats as they have now listed on the London stock exchange.
The UK is entering a sustained phase of growth for successful IPOs thanks to a new generation of disruptive retailers.
Retail news round-up on March 12, 2014: Select places offer for Internacionale stores, Forever 21 widens pre-tax loss, eBay launches international initiative.
Online grocer Ocado reported a quarterly sales rise, with gross sales surging 22.6% to £227.5m in the 12 weeks to February 23.
Photos from day one at Retail Week Live, including Dr Vince Cable, Philip Clarke, Twitter’s Bruce Daisley, SuperGroup’s Susanne Given and The Store’s David Roth.
Following the stellar valuation of Ao.com, Retail Week highlights other etailers that could make waves
The Co-op may not be listed but the row that erupted over executive pay and the subsequent resignation of chief executive Euan Sutherland will have resonated in the City.
If the John Lewis Partnership was being given an end-of-term school report, would the headmaster give it 10 out of 10?