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Mike Ashley has warned that unless European sports retailers welcome overtures from his Sports Direct business as it seeks international deals they face destruction at its hands.
Beauty is always big at Christmas as party-goers complement their new outfits with hair, skin and nail products and the usual sparkly eye shadows.
Arguably the most important part of Christmas, the food on offer this year seems to be even more luxurious than normal.
Health is expected to be popular this Christmas as retailers forecast fitness-tracking technology and blenders to top wish lists.
Dance-floors this Christmas are expected to be filled with metallic numbers, killer cocktail dresses and tartan suits this year if the Christmas in July press days are anything to go by.
Children’s Christmas wish lists will feature a healthy mix of toys inspired by technology, traditional arts and crafts and Hollywood blockbuster spin-offs.
Latest Christmas news
Argos predicts traditional toys will go head-to-head with their high-tech counterparts as it unveils its predictions for the top 13 Christmas toys.
Currys and PC World has unveiled its top 10 predictions of what customers are expected to snap up this Christmas, with wearable tech high on the list.
John Lewis boss Andy Street said he expects click and collect to account for more online sales volumes than home delivery this Christmas.
Hamleys has unveiled its predictions for the top 10 toys set to be on children’s wishlists to Santa this Christmas, with technology expected to play a big part.
Hobbs’ private equity owner 3i has written down the value of its investment by 40% due to “tough trading” over Christmas.