Asda will review its price promotions after the competition watchdog singled it out following an investigation into supermarket pricing tactics.
In the week that BHS went into administration the team discusses the fallout, changes at Amazon and what to expect from grocers next week.
Tesco’s new superstore in Bicester offers progress and efficiency for the town’s rapidly expanding population.
The competition watchdog’s latest jab at supermarket pricing tactics may have made headlines, but it hasn’t made much of an impact.
Asda has teamed up with TV chef James Martin as the grocer accelerates efforts to rejuvenate its Save Money Live Better slogan.
Retail round-up on April 28, 2016: MPs to summon BHS owner Retail Acquisitions, and Asda eyes sale of photo arm to Photo-Me.
Amazon’s new UK boss Doug Gurr is a triathlete and intrepid adventurer. He will need to combine agility and endurance to tackle the role.
Retail round-up on April 27, 2016: Edinburgh Woollen Mill chief mulls bid for BHS's stores and Fnac wins support from majority Darty shareholders.
John Lewis suffered a sharp drop in fashion sales last week, but furniture and electrical sales gave the department store a boost.
Shoppers’ spending power increased in March but inflation on essential items crept above zero for the first time since the end of 2014.
Retail round-up on April 25, 2016: BHS's administrator reportedly receives "interest" from potential buyers and Tesco ends special Clubcard Boost scheme.
In 2000, the year that tycoon Sir Philip Green bought BHS, Asos was launched and Amazon had only been trading for five years.
As department store chain BHS files for administration, we examine what has gone wrong for the 88-year-old retailer.
The Co-op’s chairman Allan Leighton has issued a rallying cry to the mutual’s members to vote at its AGM as its turnaround plan continues.
Retail round-up on April 25, 2016: BHS on the verge of collapse as rescue talks fail, House of Fraser could change ownership again and Mark Price gets 'golden goodbye'
It is no secret that the UK economy has a productivity problem. What may come as a surprise is that the retail sector has actually fared better than most.
There is more to being a successful travel retailer, whether in train stations or airports, than simply opening a small(er) shop.
Thailand’s largest multichannel operator CP All is investing up to THB9bn (£179.3m) to expand its Siam Makro business at home and overseas.
Fashion etailer Boohoo posts full-year results on Tuesday – it’s a business worth keeping an eye on, and not just from a clothing retail perspective.
For a brief while the capital-light Uber model was touted as the “future of everything”.
Only 12 months ago, reeling from an accounting scandal that shook UK business, Tesco unveiled the biggest loss in its history.
Hundreds of supermarket products have shrunk in size but prices have stayed the same or increased, according to new research revealed today.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Waitrose unveiling plans to sell goods in China through Alibaba’s Tmall website.
MPs have attacked retailers during a parliamentary debate on the living wage, with the Chancellor saying they were being “shamed into doing the right thing”.
Halfords’ chief information officer Anna Barsby is leaving to join grocery giant Morrisons, Retail Week can reveal.