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Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
House of Fraser’s new owners have outlined ambitions to build the business internationally as its sale to Chinese firm Nanjing Cenbest formally went through.
A raft of major banks and fund managers have joined Harris Associates in dumping Tesco shares following its profit warning on Friday.
Fashion etailer My-Wardrobe has hit troubled waters again as it reviews its strategic options after cancelling all of its spring 15 orders.
Sainsbury’s has launched a fashion collection to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its clothing brand Tu.
Asda is doubling the number of click-and-collect points available at London Underground stations from next week, following the successful roll-out of its current offer.
Marks & Spencer executive director of marketing and international Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne hopes to cook up a storm with a new food TV ad campaign, which is designed to be its most exciting in the 10 years since its famous ‘Not Just Any…’ series.
Broker Bernstein believes Tesco’s future can be “great again” with Dave Lewis in charge, but how quickly this can happen is “uncertain”.
Phones 4u has put a brave face on the decision by Vodafone to end its network agreement, but the decision to hang up comes as a major blow.
Now that the main summer holiday period is over the reporting season kicks off again in earnest next week, when Dixons Carphone is among those updating.