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Card Factory boss Richard Hayes has said the retailer is open to acquisitions and believes it is in a “reasonable” financial position to make them.
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The biggest overhaul of consumer rights in a generation is expected to boost the economy by £4bn over the next 10 years.
The European Commission is planning an investigation into ecommerce in order to remove barriers to purchasing online across Europe.
Amazon is in talks to buy luxury fashion etailer Net-a-Porter in a deal that would value it at about £1.5bn, it is understood.
Retail news round-up on March 27, 2015: Amazon eyes Net-a-Porter.com acquisition and in talks to trial delivery drones in UK, Tesco’s F&F brand to debut in Russia in June
Sales at department store group John Lewis fell 1.4% last week to £69.1m as demand for electricals and home technology slumped.
Gain expert analysis and advice from key representatives from Retail Week and Hermes.
In the first of our quarterly sentiment analysis reports, Retail Week assesses the mindset of the UK’s foremost retail bosses.
As Moss Bros posts a 9% increase in profits, Retail Week speaks to boss Brian Brick about challenges, opportunities and its plans for online.
Despite improving economic conditions and better customer sentiment, storm clouds may be gathering on the retail horizon.
Dixons Carphone boss stressed the need for retailers to cater to the connected customer as multichannel retail becomes increasingly common.