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Mary Portas talks about her new book ‘Shop Girl’, her roots in retail and the health of the industry in an interview with George MacDonald.
Department store retailer John Lewis recorded an increase in sales in the week to February 21, with a strong performance from home and fashion.
Consumer confidence has remained at 1 for February, according to GfK’s UK Consumer Confidence Index, following a slip in December 2014.
Target has revealed its 2013 security breach, which compromised customer data, has cost the business $162m (£105m).
Aldi’s brand value rose 11% to £9.2bn in the past year, making it more valuable than Tesco whose brand value plummeted by £3.6bn this year.
Retail news round-up on February 27, 2015: Tesco left with just one woman on the board, B&Q accused of pay-to-stay threats and Carphone Warehouse Ireland back in black
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Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on DFS being valued at £585m when it floats on the stock exchange next month.
Ao.com has issued a profit warning as it predicts profits will be “slightly lower than anticipated”. Here’s the analysts’ view.
As new Kingfisher chief executive Véronique Laury prepares to post full-year figures in just over a month’s time, the pressure is on.
Ahead of today’s update, the City worried that cracks were appearing in Sports Direct’s edifice, but they have been smoothed over.