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Which retail campaigns hit the right note and which need a rethink? Rebecca Thomson gets the views of two advertising experts and assesses social media reaction to some of this year’s Christmas ads.
Cath Kidston is eyeing a sale in the new year which could value the retailer at £250m.
Mulberry first-half pre-tax profits dropped 28% to £7.2m as it continued to invest in its international expansion.
Bathstore is back in the black after its first year under private equity owner Endless and the retailer has relaunched its website.
Chancellor George Osborne will impose a 2% cap on business rates in England and Wales next year, it is understood.
Tesco has reported UK like-for-like sales fell 1.5% in its third quarter, and blames pressure on UK household finances for its performance.
Tesco this morning revealed its UK like-for-like sales fell 1.5% in its third quarter. Retail Week takes a look at the response from the City.
John Roberts, founder and chief executive of white goods etailer Ao.com, is frantically preparing for a key event in the etailer’s year.
Tesco was back in the news this week, after Philip Clarke once again claimed that the grocer’s strategy will ultimately lead it to success – despite its third quarter like-for-like fall in sales.
Convenience store specialist McColl’s has joined retailers including Ao.com, Poundland and Pets at Home with its ambition to float on the stock market.