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Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke said he is determined to see through the turnaround of Tesco and vowed the grocer will emerge as a leader once again.
Last week the Co-operative Group came under the spotlight again as Lord Myners, the man brought in to reform the businesses, resigned.
It is no news that high streets are facing stiff competition from online platforms and out-of-town shopping centres.
Now that the first wave of retail IPOs has got away it’s good to see that newly quoted companies are embracing potential growth opportunities that, if successful, will reward new investors.
Next’s shift from seasonal to on-demand retail seems to be paying dividends.
It has been revealed that Google is nearing the opening of its first retail store in New York, following speculation that the search giant is to open a shop in Dublin.
As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
Debenhams this week revealed it is revising its promotional strategy as first-half profits plunged owing to excessive discounting. Retail Week speaks to boss Michael Sharp.