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The new high streets minster has dismissed calls for a “Tesco tax” but said an extension to Sunday trading rules must be explored.
The Internacionale brand is being put up for sale following its administration, with intellectual property specialist Metis Partners to handle the sale.
Sports Direct has taken an undisclosed equity stake in Direct Golf as the golf retailer aims to grow across Europe.
Destination Maternity has revealed it does not intend to make an offer for the UK mother and baby retailer Mothercare.
Sainsbury’s shares have risen 4%, amid a resurgence of market speculation that the supermarket’s biggest investor, the Qatar Investment Authority, is considering another bid.
Cath Kidston has sold a stake in the business to private equity firm Baring Asia as it plans over 100 stores in China within three years.
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on B&M’s £2.7bn flotation and the resulting financial windfall for Simon Arora.
One of retail’s most colourful and controversial figures Jon Asgeir Johannesson is plotting his return to the UK retail after his fraud acquittal.
The fervour surrounding Aldi and Lidl’s discounting belies the longstanding tradition of discounters in the UK retail market.
Asda has continued to thrive in a rapidly changing retail environment by using innovation to make customers’ lives easier.