Fashion retailer Jaeger has lost both its chief financial officer and omnichannel director in the latest of a string of high-profile exits.
Sir Philip Green has called for the resignation of parliamentary committee chair Frank Field, who is heading up a probe into the collapse of BHS.
Claire’s Accessories chief executive Beatrice Lafon has resigned after just two years at the helm and been replaced by long-time board member Ron Marshall.
Monsoon Accessorize has created a chief customer officer role, hiring its first ever CCO from New Look after its group marketing director left.
Hawes & Curtis and Ghost owner Touker Suleyman is eyeing parts of collapsed menswear retailer Austin Reed, according to reports.
Burberry is looking to create a new senior management position to support boss Christopher Bailey as he struggles with disappointing trading.
Retail sales plunged to the lowest level last month since the recession as fashion retailers continued to suffer, according to new figures.
Retailers need to brush up on fresh legislation over customer data protection as new rules over breaches prepare to swing into action.
Eyes turn to SuperGroup for a read on fashion retail trends, while Greggs benefits from the increasing ‘food on the go’ trend.
Retail round-up on May 6, 2016: Sir Philp Green calls for Frank Field to quit BHS inquiry and Hawes & Curtis owner eyeing Austin Reed.
Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe says the falls of BHS and Austin Reed have reaffirmed the grocer’s rationale for acquiring Argos.
John Lewis has reported a rise in sales for the 13th week of the year, with many categories across home, fashion and grocery delivering results.
Next posted a poor update today after total sales fell in the first quarter and retail like-for-likes were estimated to have fallen nearly 10%.
It’s a hot topic across the industry, but will an increase in automation necessarily lead to mass job losses? Susie Mesure investigates
Luxury fashion etailer Farfetch has raised £76m ($110m) in a new financing round, which aims to facilitate international expansion.
Mothercare has launched a new initiative to support its suppliers’ financial health, allowing them to request early payment of invoices.
Shop prices fell for the 36th consecutive month in April, driven by decreased clothing prices, but food costs reported a marginal increase.
Retail round-up on May 4, 2016: Sir Philip Green to answer queries on BHS, Sports Direct cuts stake in JD and Amazon Fresh could hit UK this month.
After Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester clinched the Premier League title, Retail Week looks at what the club’s fairytale season can teach retailers
BHS’s administrators have appointed property agency Savills to advise on its portfolio as they step up efforts to sell the business.
Fashion firm Joules is close to launching a £140m float, while discount furniture and DIY retailer The Range is also gearing up to go public.
After Joules revealed its intention to float, Retail Week takes a closer look at the history of the retailer and its vital statistics
Retail round-up on April 03, 2016: Mike Ashley is plotting a bid to rescue BHS, Joules to press ahead with stock market listing and Pets at Home buys two specialist referral centres.
Young fashion etailer Missguided is poised to open its first bricks and mortar store at Westfield Stratford City, Retail Week can reveal.
Department store chain BHS filed for administration this week after last-ditch efforts to save the ailing 88 year-old retailer failed.