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Sainsbury’s ill-fated launch in Egypt had nothing to do with Mike Coupe, but the jail sentence that hangs over him is a reminder of the perils of badly considered international expansion.
Executive editor George MacDonald and content editor Nicola Harrison pick through the big stories from the past seven days.
N Brown’s lowest level of customers in arrears is a sign of a turn in the economy, said N Brown chief executive Angela Spindler.
Retail news round-up on April 28, 2015: Former Morrisons chief to get further £1.1m payoff, Dunhumby ends US joint venture, M&S to unveil Lulu Kennedy collection, and more.
LK Bennett recorded a rise in turnover and profits as it expands internationally and continues to assess underperforming UK stores.
Grocery reporter Luke Tugby and Kantar Retail retail insights director Bryan Roberts analyse the big stories from the past week.
Argos chief executive John Walden tells Retail Week how its digital store programme is progressing and how customers have reacted.
Home Retail will report its full-year results tomorrow, and is expected to reveal a jump in profits at Argos. Retail Week highlights five areas to look out for.
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.