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Card Factory boss Richard Hayes has said the retailer is open to acquisitions and believes it is in a “reasonable” financial position to make them.
Canadian discounter Dollarama may have to raise its prices above CAD3 to offset the effect of the low Canadian dollar.
H Samuel and Ernest Jones reported 7.5% like-for-like sales growth in the fourth quarter, the jewellers’ biggest sales increase in 13 years.
Sofa giant DFS’s sales jumped 10.5% in its first half-year results since its IPO, as the retailer seeks to become a “world-class business”.
Moss Bros has reported a full-year pre-tax profit increase of 9% to £4.8m and has moved forward with its omnichannel strategy.
ScS reported an increase in sales and gross profit for its maiden interim results, but EBITDA and operating profits were down.
As Moss Bros posts a 9% increase in profits, Retail Week speaks to boss Brian Brick about challenges, opportunities and its plans for online.
Asda’s figures for the 2014 calendar year are not bad in light of the extreme voucher-heavy competition over the Christmas trading period.
There’s not much in retail that’s worse than a minus in front of a sales or profit figure but M&S looks as if it’s going the right way.
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.