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Marks & Spencer has suffered a further erosion of fashion market share, the latest Kantar fashion retail data has shown.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has launched a criminal probe into accounting irregularities that resulted in Tesco’s overstatement of profits.
Sales at John Lewis were “mixed” last week as a strong performance in the home category was offset by the impact of mild weather on apparel.
Pets at Home has posted first-half like-for-like sales growth of 4.2% as its loyalty scheme and vets’ practices performed well.
Richer Sounds like-for-like sales have edged up and helped the company record the highest operating profit in its 36-year history.
Travis Perkins’ consumer arm, largely comprising of Wickes, increased like-for-like sales by 6.4% as its transformation plan kicks in.
What the City is saying about Asos following its preliminary results
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.
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.
‘You need your head examined.’That was the common reaction when I said I was joining the Co-op in January.