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Courier firm Yodel has suspended collections from distribution hubs after an unprecedented surge in demand following Black Friday.
Retail news round-up on December 19, 2014: Amazon launches one hour delivery service; Ikea suspends sales in Russia; Christmas delivery delays impact etailers; Consumer confidence dips; Tesco Mobile launches personalised gif shop
Retailers are banking on a last-minute shopper rush for seasonal success after Black Friday disrupted shopping patterns in the golden quarter.
Troubled fashion etailer My-Wardrobe has stopped trading and has sold its domain name to Net-a-Porter for an undisclosed sum.
MySale chief executive Carl Jackson is interested in buying shares worth up to £3m in the troubled etailer.
Retail news round-up on December 18, 2014: Tesco’s accounting black hole may be bigger than feared, Ikea customer anger over delivery delays, Virgin Wines offers locker collection service
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Dixons Carphone said pre-tax profit soared 30% in its first half since its merger. Here’s what the analysts thought about the results.
Euan Sutherland, Supergroup’s new boss, discusses tough trading conditions, cost savings and discounting.
When Wilf Walsh was appointed chief executive of Carpetright a few eyebrows were raised but things are looking up under his watch.
Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis can’t put a timeframe on the turnaround of the grocer. And it’s probably just as well.