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Sainsbury’s chairman David Tyler bade a fond farewell to departing chief executive Justin King at the grocer’s AGM today, and told shareholders that his departure does not mean the end of the success story.
SuperGroup delivered a “solid” full-year performance and plans to drive further growth through European expansion.
Primark posted a 22% sales surge in its third quarter to June 21, driven by new stores and like-for-like growth.
Superdrug has returned to profit but experienced a sales slip due to reduced high street footfall and fierce competition.
Online grocer Ocado has moved into the black in its first half, generating £7.5m pre-tax profit before exceptionals from a loss last year.
Dixons, which owns Currys and PC World, has posted a 76% surge in full-year pre-tax profits as it sees “glimmers” of a consumer recovery.
SuperGroup has posted full-year pre-tax profits up 18.8% to £62m. Retail Week takes a look at what the analysts say about the fashion retailer.
Asos issued a profit warning in its third quarter update this morning. Retail Week takes a look at what the analysts are saying.
‘You need your head examined.’That was the common reaction when I said I was joining the Co-op in January.
You might think Tesco was on the verge of going bust judging from the tone of some of the comment this week.