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US mid-market fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters opens its first UK store tomorrow.
JD Sports Fashion has sold its struggling young fashion business Bank and has stated it will focus on investing in its sports fascias.
Personalised products company PhotoBox has acquired Spanish counterpart Hofmann as it accelerates its international expansion.
Kiddicare’s new owner, etail group Worldstores, has unveiled the retailer’s plan to grab shares in the embattled maternity sector.
TPG is eyeing a £2bn bid for Tesco’s data business, Dunnhumby, as a fifth executive is suspended over the grocer’s £250m profit overstatement.
Retail news round-up on September 15, 2014: Phones 4u goes into administration, Phase Eight owner hires Rothschild for sale, UK footfall drops 2.8% in August.
Electricals group Dixons and mobile specialist Carphone Warehouse have officially flicked the switch on their retail merger.
Alan White, Hotter Shoes chairman and former N Brown chief executive speaks to Retail Week about his proudest achievement in retail.
In the wake of Dixons Carphone’s merger, what lessons can retailers learn to ensure their mergers are successful long term?
The fervour surrounding Aldi and Lidl’s discounting belies the longstanding tradition of discounters in the UK retail market.