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Google has rebranded and expanded its same-day delivery service and launched an Amazon Prime-style membership fee for it.
Tesco’s investigation into the overstating of its profits by £250m has allegedly found evidence of a cover-up as executives struggled to meet commercial targets.
Travis Perkins’ consumer arm, largely comprising of Wickes, increased like-for-like sales by 6.4% as its transformation plan kicks in.
Tesco’s CEO will present the retailer’s first results under his leadership to the City, as well as outlining his priorities to investors.
Made.com has secured £5m of financing from Silicon Valley Bank to help it expand in its UK and international markets.
Tesco’s accounting scandal has created a culture of fear among its buyers and is impeding the running of the business, according to one of its major suppliers.
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WHSmith may be the butt of sarky humour but there is little doubting the retailer’s prowess after it reported a 9% surge in profits.
Tesco has brought in two new non executive directors to help steady the ship. Retail Week takes a closer look at their careers to discover what they will bring to the beleaguered grocer.
Ukip MP Douglas Carswell’s reference to “defunct” HMV demonstrates a disconnect between the UK political scene and retail sector.
Shares in fashion etailer Boohoo have frequently traded below the 50p placing price since listing, despite it being a growth story.