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Etailier giant Amazon has released its first report into UK consumer trends and the top selling items of 2015 so far.
Former Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke has been summoned for an interview by the Serious Fraud Office over the grocer’s accounting scandal.
Consumer confidence improved in August as sentiment towards the general economy and personal finances prospects lifted.
Woolworths chairman Ralph Waters will leave the struggling supermarket chain next week after the retailer revealed full-year profits nose-dived.
Retail news round-up on August 28, 2015: Fraud office summons ex-Tesco chief for interrogation and August consumer morale unexpectedly up.
Furniture Village has recorded a surge in profits for the year and cleared its bank debts as it gears up to relaunch its website.
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To say Dave Lewis has been on the proverbial rollercoaster ride since taking the Tesco hot seat a year ago would be an understatement.
Grocery sales are poised to rocket in India and Nigeria according to IGD. Find out how other countries will fare over the next five years.
China’s financial fortune cookie looks as if it may be in danger of being smashed to smithereens as investors worldwide dump equities.
Asda’s weak second-quarter performance will have done little to quell the whisperings that boss Andy Clarke’s position is under pressure.