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A1 November 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine November 2014

Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.

Retail Week Customer Insight - October 2014

Digital edition: Retail Week Customer Insight - October 2014

Read the Retail Week Customer Insight supplement as a fully digital edition.

Latest catalogue shopping news

Findel is also looking to offload its Kitbag business

Findel strikes deal to sell Kleeneze to CVSL in £3.6m deal

Findel has agreed to sell its catalogue retailer Kleeneze to Trillium Pond, a subsidiary of US group CVSL, in a deal valued at £3.6m.

The chief executive of home shopping group Findel, Roger Siddle, is to step down at the end of the current financial year.

Findel chief executive Roger Siddle to step down at end of financial year

The chief executive of Findel, Roger Siddle, is to depart at the end of the financial year and the retailer will reconsider its leadership structure.

Argos has expanded its clothing range after signing an exclusive deal with Cherokee

Argos bolsters fashion range with exclusive Cherokee deal

Argos has bolstered its growing fashion offer after inking an exclusive deal to stock American clothing brand Cherokee from this summer.

Findel has reported a profit in its first half for first time in six years

Findel reports first H1 profit in six years as revenues remain flat

Findel has turned its first pre-tax profit during the first half of its year for six years despite revenues remaining broadly flat.

N Brown boss Angela Spindler said the fashion catalogue retailer was \'knocked sideways\' by the unusually warm weather that led the company to issue a profit warning.

N Brown boss said it was 'knocked sideways' by warm September

N Brown boss Angela Spindler said the retailer was “’knocked sideways” by the unusually warm weather that led the company to issue a profit warning.

Catalogue shopping comment

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Comment: Next profits outstrip Marks & Spencer thanks to online boom

Next posted £695m pre-tax profit to the end of January, bucking the trend of flat or declining growth faced by many retailers.

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Comment: Multichannel success for fashion and homeware retailer Next

Next’s full-year figures showed that the fashion powerhouse remains a pastmaster in multichannel retailing.

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