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Phones 4U has put a brave face on the decision by Vodafone to end its network agreement, but the decision to hang up comes as a major blow.
Now that the main summer holiday period is over the reporting season kicks off again in earnest next week, when Dixons Carphone is among those updating.
The competition has once again heated up among the supermarket chains. Lidl has launched a value clothing range for women which will compete with value retailers such as Asda’s George and Primark.
Those clever chaps at Heineken have done it again. Not content with using science for the greater good of mankind (brewing beer), they have now launched an exciting social media campaign.
Returns are a long-term problem for online retailers. The proportion of returned products can reach 40% in some categories, with fashion particularly affected.
At a time when others are raising their game, slowing the store refresh programme at Tesco seems the wrong thing to do, even post-profit warning.
Lidl grabbed many column inches when it launched its first womenswear collection last week, but will it prove successful?
Tesco’s convenience subsidiary is rolling out beacon technology in a move which could herald a new era of digital retail engagement.
With Dave Lewis’ arrival at a rudderless Tesco being brought forward and the warning on profits again, it is fair to suggest that all is not sweetness and light in Cheshunt.
When the Sunday Trading Act 1994 was introduced, part of the rationale was to better reflect the changing needs of consumers - but today those needs are changing again .