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Google is allowing consumers to buy products from within YouTube ads as it sets its sights on Amazon and eBay’s ecommerce dominance.
Content editor Nicola Harrison sits down with Besi senior analyst Tony Shiret to discuss the top stories from the past seven days.
Marks & Spencer has reported its first profit rise in four years but posted disappointing results in fashion, blaming the warm autumn.
Marks & Spencer’s boss Marc Bolland believes it still has plenty to do as part of its turnaround, but said he is “enjoying” the challenge.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on the 6.1% increase in Marks & Spencer’s full-year pre-tax profit.
Topps Tiles has continued its strong UK growth, with half-year pre-tax profits up 13.8% to £9.1m after upgrading and rebranding stores.
Ann Summers chief executive Jacqueline Gold reveals how she is bringing the sex toy and lingerie business back into the black.
After revealing a healthy lift in full-year profits, Retail Week looks at how M&S plans to continue the momentum.
Content editor Nicola Harrison and senior reporter Caroline Baldwin discuss the biggest retail stories from the past week.
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.