Harold Tillman and Don McCarthy are all smiles, House of Fraser gets emoji-nal and Ocado boss Tim Steiner reveals his hunger for grocery.
It’s just four months since the 5p plastic bag charge was introduced in England. Retail Week looks at what impact the levy has had.
Footwear retailer Clarks has confirmed that 170 staff will be made redundant across its global business in the next month.
It didn’t take very long – just 31 days into the new year and the starting gun was fired on 2016’s supermarket price war.
Russian footwear specialist Sneakerhead’s new flagship store uses stark white interiors to bring sophisticated minimalism to Moscow.
Retail news round-up on February 10, 2016: Sunday trading shake-up, Burberry files lawsuit against JC Penney and The Body Shop's ethical vows.
Industry like-for-likes rose 2.6% in January, boosted by the sale of big-ticket items in furniture and home accessories.
New Look has recorded a rise in sales and profits for the third quarter of the year despite what it called a highly ”promotional environment”.
New Look boss Anders Kristiansen said China still holds strong growth potential despite the country’s turbulent economy.
Footwear retailer Clarks has made a raft of redundancies at its UK head office as part of a global restructure, according to reports.
M&S will launch a childrenswear collection designed by supermodel Jourdan Dunn, following its Alexa Chung ‘Archive by Alexa’ collaboration.
John Lewis is to bolster its fashion roster after signing a deal to stock products from online clothing retailer Finery in six stores.
Merged online fashion retailer Yoox Net-A-Porter has posted a 31% rise in its full-year sales to €1.7bn (£1.3bn), with mobile cited as a strong contributor to its performance.
Fashion etailer Finery has agreed a concession deal with department store John Lewis. We take a closer look at the online business.
UK retail sales recorded a strong start to the year, as like-for-likes increased 2.6%, according to the BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor.
Retail news round-up on February 9, 2016: Local councils to be able to extend Sunday trading hours, easyFoodstore re-opens and January retail sales up 3.3%.
Agent Provocateur chief executive Garry Hogarth is to leave the luxury lingerie business after ten years in the role.
Value retailer Matalan has struggled in the face of increased competition with profit expectations downgraded several times in the past year.
BHS owner Retail Acquisitions has hired KPMG to help it overhaul the business in a move that is expected to result in store closures.
Burberry is to ditch its traditional seasonal catwalk collection and from September will show clothes available to buy immediately.
New Look owner Christo Wiese considered adding Home Retail Group to his portfolio before Sainsbury’s bid for the group, it has emerged.
The key to a thriving prime retail destination is a visionary approach and securing ‘stars’ from the international premium and food sectors.
Josie Roscop began her career in fashion as a model, but now she’s trying on a different outfit as customer director of River Island.
Retail news round-up on February 8, 2016: BHS overhaul to trigger store closures, Ikea loses trademark in Indonesia and Burberry's catwalk range to be available immediately.
River Island has promoted marketing boss Josie Roscop to the new position of customer director in a bid to drive engagement with shoppers.