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Etailier giant Amazon has released its first report into UK consumer trends and the top selling items of 2015 so far.
Retail news round-up on August 28, 2015: Fraud office summons ex-Tesco chief for interrogation and August consumer morale unexpectedly up.
Catch up on the week’s top stories with reporter Luke Tugby and director of retail insights at Kantar Retail Bryan Roberts.
Waitrose sales were boosted by the Great British Bake Off while John Lewis recorded a sales dip during the week ending August 15.
Troubled retailer American Apparel has cast fresh doubts over the future of its business as it revealed net losses had widened to $19.4m (£12.4m).
Retail news round-up on August 14, 2015: Asda commits to pay more for its milk supplies and Alibaba posts a 28% rise in quarterly revenues.
Dixons Carphone delivered “excellent” performance in its first full year as a merged business as sales and profits rose. This is what the analysts said.
Like-for-likes at Halfords notched up 3.5% for the first quarter, helped by sales of premium bikes. Here is what the analysts say.
Asda’s weak second-quarter performance will have done little to quell the whisperings that boss Andy Clarke’s position is under pressure.
What is the story behind Sports Direct’s admission today that “planned acquisitions in full-year 2015 did not fully materialise”?