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Tesco swung the axe on dozens of stores this week, but the question is already being asked whether more closures can be expected.
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Fashion giant Gap has swung the axe on one of its most senior positions as the retailer attempts to revive falling sales.
John Lewis sales rose 3% for the week ending January 24 as shoppers rushed to snap up items in the retailer’s new spring and summer range.
Furniture etailer Made.com will open the doors to its new interactive showroom in London this weekend. Retail Week takes a look.
Retail news round-up on January 30, 2015: Amazon makes quarterly profit, Dixons Carphone optimistic on Three-O2 merger, Iceland’s media buying account changes hands and inflation expectations down.
JD Sports has decided to shutter its recently launched 11-store menswear fascia Open and will focus on its sports offer.
Gap has axed its creative director Rebekka Bay, pulled the plug on its Piperlime brand, seen sales slip and appears to be perpetually on Sale.
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Arcadia boss Philip Green looking for prospective buyers of fashion retailer BHS.
Last week Tesco announced a new initiative to improve communication with suppliers that takes a collaborative approach to tackling unfair practices.
Black Friday’s high-profile promotion caused logistics chaos for some retailers but presents undeniable opportunities for others.