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Russia is facing yet another currency crisis as the rouble has been depreciating drastically this year.
Retailers should carry out thorough checks on job candidates before hiring to avoid costly and embarrassing situations.
Popular misconceptions about Iceland’s offer abound, but the grocer is fighting back in the run up to Christmas and beyond.
Retailers must try to engage their shoppers when trying to meet the needs of the Food Information for Consumers Regulation (EU FIC).
This year’s golden quarter is set to be another nail-biter as Black Friday and last-minute shoppers make Christmas sales evermore uncertain.
When Wilf Walsh was appointed chief executive of Carpetright a few eyebrows were raised but things are looking up under his watch.
John Lewis deputy chairman and Waitrose boss Mark Price gives his thoughts on 2014 and what the future holds for grocery retail.
Retail has always been adept at purloining words that have little to do with the business of buying and selling, the retail ‘lab’ is a prime example.
Service personnel or hospital staff may be familiar with what a chaplain is – I fulfil a similar role in the world of retail.