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As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
Primark is set to launch into the US with its first store in Boston as it revealed a 26% operating profit increase in its first half.
Sports Direct has hit out at shareholders for rejecting Mike Ashley’s bonus scheme as profits jumped in its fourth quarter.
Sofa.com has reported a 48% rise in adjusted EBITDA to £5.3m for the 12 months to 28 February.
The Co-op’s food business is to unveil a round of price-cuts in the latest phase of its strategy to revive the retailer and exploit its convenience appeal.
The Co-operative Group is to exit 60% of the Somerfield stores it acquired just five years ago as it seeks to refocus and rebuild its reputation
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As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
Debenhams this week revealed it is revising its promotional strategy as first-half profits plunged owing to excessive discounting. Retail Week speaks to boss Michael Sharp.
With the European Parliamentary elections looming, it is important to realise the value of Britain’s involvement in EU policy decisions.
The civil war at the Co-op is a tragedy, many believe. Perhaps a better word would be disgrace.