Blockbuster movies released in 2015 ensured it was a landmark year for video as retailers unlocked value through in-store experiences.
After Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester clinched the Premier League title, Retail Week looks at what the club’s fairytale season can teach retailers
The Mall of the Emirates in Dubai combines a wealth of stores in formats ranging from the mid-market to the most luxurious. John Ryan explores.
Record Store Day, the annual celebration for independent record shops and independently minded musicians, has rolled around again.
Music sales grew at the fastest rate in almost two decades last year as digital subscriptions outstripped physical revenues for the first time.
As customers demand more services and retailers keep reaching for their ‘holy grail’, the future of retail is becoming harder to predict.
Game has posted a 32.2% drop in half-year pre-tax profits and fall in sales as it continues to be hit by a “challenging” UK market.
Game boss Martyn Gibbs has insisted the “pain” of customers crossing over to newer consoles will subside within the coming year.
Etail giant Amazon won the Heidrick & Struggles International Retailer of the Year Award having delivered a stellar performance across sectors.
Businesses are urging the Chancellor to reform business rates and stop basing the tax on the Retail Prices Index measure of inflation.
As consumers spend more of their time online, etailers are creating their own content to attract the increasingly digital-savvy shopper.
East End bookshop’s ‘no mobile phones’ policy certainly hasn’t deterred bibliophiles from entering its well-appointed interior.
Retail prices in February fell for the 34th consecutive month, dropping 2% compared to the same time last year.
Menkind’s chief executive talks to Retail Week about acquiring Red5, how hoverboards ruined Christmas and reducing gifting purchase peaks.
As the online retail giant continues its march into new categories and widens its delivery offer, how will the rest of the industry compete?
Game has acquired Spanish online eSports platform SocialNAT. Retail Week takes a closer look at the retailer’s latest investment.
Janette Cross planned to work at Foyles for a year to support her acting work. Twelve years on, she is leading its customer experience strategy.
Waterstones full-year losses have narrowed after investment from its new owners and a deeper range of books helped boost sales.
Etail giant Amazon is planning to open up to 400 bookshops following the launch of its first physical store last year, according to reports.
The in-store technology on offer in New York ensures that retail in the Big Apple looks more engaging than it has done for some time
O2 has opened a new-look store in Manchester designed to provide high street shoppers with more reasons to visit a phone shop.
The management behind Hawkins Bazaar’s parent company Tobar Group has completed a buyout of the retailer, backed by Merino Private Equity.
Foyles like-for-likes jumped 4.7% in December driven by the performance of London bookshops including its relocated Charing Cross flagship.
Waterstones recorded growth across all categories in the festive season, thanks to more books “under the Christmas tree” this year.
Game has issued a profit warning following a “faster than expected decline” for old format content and a “slower” switch to new consoles.