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Vodafone has “strongly rejected” claims it acted improperly by pulling out of Phones 4u and instead blamed the retailer’s collapse on it owners.
Dunelm founding family member Will Adderley has become chief executive again following the resignation of Nick Wharton.
Next has increased its full-year expectations for the second time this year, following a bumper first half as it hits the expansion trail for its home format.
McColl’s posted operating profit up 14.6% in its half year, as the convenience retailer promoted deputy chair John Coleman to chairman.
Retail news round-up on July 22, 2014: White stuff posts ‘strong’ full-year peformance, McColl’s posts half-year profits dip, Two New Look directors depart, Matalan to open its first ever Oxford Street store.
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality Retail has posted surging full-year profits despite a fall in sales due to store closures.
Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke is stepping down after a profit warning and will be replaced by Unilever personal care global president Dave Lewis. Retail Week takes a look at what the analysts say.
Sports Direct posted underlying pre-tax profit up 19.8% to £249.3m in its full-year to April 27. Retail Week takes a look at what the analysts say.
‘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.