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Retailers all over the world are taking a more personal approach to their customers in a bid to stand out from the crowd.
Tesco boss Dave Lewis believes the grocer has “stepped forward” as a business after hitting its lowest ebb, but warned “nothing is guaranteed”.
Poundland has hired adviser Hilco to renegotiate rents on 99p Stores, the business it acquired last month, Retail Week has learned.
Premium footwear brand Kurt Geiger’s pre-tax profits jumped 242% to £11.3m for the year on the back of surging sales.
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality Retail has completed the acquisition of supplier Matthew Clark and dropped the word ‘retail’ from its name.
Sports Direct has lined up a deal to acquire Irish department store group Heatons, as tipped by Retail Week. What do the analysts think?
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Tesco has reported a 55% slide in half-year profits as boss Dave Lewis continues his attempts to turn around the business.
Tesco is expected to post positive interims next week, but its struggling overseas operations are set to face a brighter than usual spotlight.
Like almost every grocer’s results at the moment, Tesco’s update was a mixed bag – but the big worry is the underperforming superstore estate.
Food etailer Ocado is recruiting 2,000 more staff ahead of Christmas, but is also on the lookout for one new hire in particular.