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Sofa specialists DFS and ScS are gearing up for a stock market flotation that would value the companies at £1bn and £70m respectively.
Carpetright has reported like-for-like sales up 7.5% in the UK in its third quarter following new Boxing Day offers.
Retail news round-up on January 27, 2015: Tesco to close Blinkbox Books; and Uniqlo to enter the Canadian market.
The amount of profit warnings from the retail industry nearly doubled last year, with the grocery sector leading the charge, research has found.
Sir Philip Green has put BHS up for sale after receiving a number of takeover bids for the loss-making retailer.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley is competing against a number of retail names in a bid to buy Evans Cycles.
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Carpetright reported a solid set of results this morning, with like-for-like sales up 7.5% in the UK. Here is analysts had to say.
After increasing his stake in Debenhams and buying USC out of administration, tycoon Mike Ashley is now rumoured to be circling Evans Cycles.
As Matt Davies prepares to move to Tesco, Halfords’ update brought clues about how he may put the wheels back on the grocer.
The successful merger of Dixons and Carphone Warehouse is a reminder to all retailers of the importance of executional excellence.