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Professor Michael Feindt explains how tech from Cern will kick-start dynamic pricing and remove gut feeling from 99% of operational decisions.
Fashion bellwether Next’s second-quarter update reminds bosses that despite external challenges there are opportunities for good retailers.
Until his surprise appointment as Carpetright boss, former HMV man Wilf Walsh was more associated with Inspiral than inspiring carpets.
When Ocado releases its interims next week interest is as likely to be focused on news about international prospects as its domestic market.
If he can do with general merchandise what he has done in sportswear and fashion, Mike Ashley could be about to move up into the value sector’s Premier League.
Potential Chinese interest in acquiring fashion retailer New Look symbolises the growing economic power of China.
Fashion bellwether Next beat forecasts for the first half of the year, thanks to the warm weather in July. This is what the analysts said.
M&S boss Marc Bolland does not appear to be considering exiting soon, but the departure of John Dixon has made succession a talking point.