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Join our content editor Nicola Harrison and managing editor Jennifer Creevy, as they pick through the week’s main news stories.
Coast chief executive Kate Bostock will take on more of a creative role following the appointment of managing director Andrew Skinner.
Dixons Carphone chief executive Seb James has promised the retailer will begin selling the Apple Watch in “due course”.
House of Fraser has appointed Uday Kotla to the role of chief information officer as it develops its multichannel strategy.
John Lewis and Waitrose sales slumped in the week ending April 11 due to Easter falling two weeks earlier this year.
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Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Majestic Wine appointing Naked Wines’ founder as its boss as it acquires the rival.
Debenhams’ refocused promotional strategy has paid off, leading to a 4.3% rise in profits. So how has the department store group changed its ways?
For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
Sainsbury’s changing the terms of its Nectar programme raises serious questions over the future direction of loyalty schemes.