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From bust ups with Sir Philip Green to defending Sir Fred ‘the Shred’ Goodwin’s bonus, straight-talking Lord Paul Myners is not afraid of confrontation and is likely to unleash some fiery energy into the Co-operative’s reform as it new senior non-executive director.
Tesco has acquired a minority stake in Asian general merchandise etailer Lazada, which sells products including electronics and clothing.
Retail news round-up December 10, 2013: TK Maxx accused of inflating prices, Boohoo.com full-year sales rise and Tesco acquires stake in Lazada.
Cath Kidston is eyeing a sale in the new year which could value the retailer at £250m.
Dixons has completed a deal to merge its loss-making Italian business with local player Marco Polo.
JD Sports Fashion has recorded a rise in third-quarter like-for-like sales across its fashion and sportswear fascias.
As Tesco grounds its mission to dominate store space, Alex Lawson finds the multiples’ focus has shifted to convenience and online.
Card Factory is attracting the attention of private equity houses after owner Charterhouse put the greetings card retailer up for sale. Retail Week takes a look at the Card Factory business.
So, with Tesco recently gobbling up Giraffe, are we about to see a new era of diversification among the UK’s leading grocers?
As Jessops emerges like a phoenix from the flames following its collapse earlier this year, the HMV saga still rumbles on.