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The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce will be released on Friday – here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
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Value fashion powerhouse Primark has struck a deal with US giant Sears to lease space for seven stores in the country.
French grocery giant Carrefour is to open its convenience store format in Dubai next month and plans to expand in the region.
John Lewis, Harrods, House of Fraser and Harvey Nichols are understood to have held discussions about opening at Edinburgh Airport.
Value retailer B&M Bargains has appointed former Asda property boss Karen Hubbard as its new chief operating officer to lead expansion.
Luxury food and drink retailer The East India Company is to open a store at London’s Royal Exchange as part of expansion plans.
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Timberland’s redesigned Regent Street flagship employs cutting-edge store design to remind customers of the brand’s history.
WHSmith may be the butt of sarky humour but there is little doubting the retailer’s prowess after it reported a 9% surge in profits.
With Amazon offering same-day pick-up service for books and games, do high street entertainment retailers WH Smith and Game have a future?
Amazon trial with a physical store this Christmas raises questions about how a store will enhance the etailer’s current offer.