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As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
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Domino’s Pizza Group has experienced success with online and mobile orders, providing an important lesson for other retailers.
Primark is at the forefront of efforts to build sustainable partnerships with suppliers, a year on from the Rana Plaza tragedy.
Next posted £695m pre-tax profit to the end of January, bucking the trend of flat or declining growth faced by many retailers.
Primark’s move into the US should not be compared with previous UK retailers’ entry and subsequent failures in that market.
In our not-too-distant future our fridge will never let us down. Our fridge will know that the RFID-tagged cheese has run out, order our favourite brand for us, and handle the delivery.
Mulberry’s decision to position itself like one of the super desirable – and very expensive – luxury brands by hiking its prices has brought the British handbag brand crashing back to reality with the company issuing its second profits warning since Christmas.
Greetings card specialist Card Factory this week invited investors to sign up to its IPO as it became the latest retailer to head to market.
Along with everything else at Tesco as its travails continue, its unwieldy board structure has been questioned by analysts.
Being good in store is rarely sufficient as standards seem to climb inexorably. What is it therefore that puts one store ahead of another?
East Ham high street plays host to thriving value chains, with Primark taking the prize for best-looking shop on the street.