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As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
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Primark is set to launch into the US with its first store in Boston as it revealed a 26% operating profit increase in its first half.
Card Factory has pushed the button on its IPO today, as it revealed it generated EBITDA of £80.4m last year.
Footfall across the long Easter weekend fell by double digits year on year despite brighter weather.
The Co-operative Group is to exit 60% of the Somerfield stores it acquired just five years ago as it seeks to refocus and rebuild its reputation
Luxury brand Mulberry has issued another profit warning after incurring charges on stores and the departure of its chief executive.
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Food accounts for the lion’s share of the Co-operative Group’s sales but it has been affected by the wider problems at the business.
Carrefour’s first-quarter results posted same-store growth in Spain, suggesting internal reforms and external factors are taking effect.
We are living in the age of the customer when traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers are pitched against e-commerce shopping and omnichannel retailing that creates a seamless integrated customer experience.
It is no news that high streets are facing stiff competition from online platforms and out-of-town shopping centres.