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Evans Cycles has revealed it has returned to pre-tax profit as the sale of the business enters the latter stages.
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Hamleys has opened Europe’s largest toy shop in Moscow today as it seeks to create a new store-model combining theme park and toy store.
Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street are likely to be hardest hit by the next business rates revaluation which is expected to increase their bills by 80%.
Topps Tiles is opening a hybrid store format that will combine its boutique format with its larger stores as it seeks to offer customers greater convenience.
Footfall at shopping centres, retail parks and high streets is forecast to surge 4.7% over the Easter weekend as shoppers splurge their payday cash.
Tesco has begun selling off land once earmarked for new supermarkets in a move that could net the retailer hundreds of millions of pounds.
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Swedish fashion brand Lindex has opened the doors on its first store in the UK, a 10,500 sq ft space in Westfield Stratford.
Habitat is under Home Retail’s ownership and, three years since it entered administration, uses its outlets to entice customers online.
Despite improving economic conditions and better customer sentiment, storm clouds may be gathering on the retail horizon.
It didn’t take long for new Morrisons boss David Potts to make his presence felt - and the presence of a raft of other directors is no longer required.