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US mid-market fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters opens its first UK store tomorrow.
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Fashion retailer Jaeger has reported improved annual sales and reduced losses as its turnaround programme bears fruit.
Argos has launched its first store in an Underground station to give customers convenient access to products as they travel around London.
Argos has opened its smallest ever store at Cannon Street station in London and if it proves popular the format could be rolled out.
Homebase expects to close around 25 stores in its current financial year and will sell the freehold on its Battersea property for £57m.
Amazon is to open a fashion photography studio in east London next year to support sales in one of the fastest growing parts of its business.
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Structural changes in retail continue to play into Poundland’s hands as “savvy shoppers” seek value products, boss Jim McCarthy has said.
Dublin’s Spar Gourmet store is the answer to how retailers can combine convenience with an artisanal in-store experience.
Despite growth in convenience and online retail, the big four grocers continue to struggle to maintain share in a competitive market.
Shop vacancy rates have increased for the first time in almost two years, but Government must stop treating the high street as a cash cow.