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Five years into the role, DFS chief executive Ian Filby is plotting the retailer’s multichannel future after overseeing its recent float.
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The Government has today launched its consultation into providing local areas with the power to decide on Sunday trading.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia fashion group is poised to impose tougher payment terms on its clothing suppliers from the end of August.
Etsy shares tumbled 13% after the online marketplace warned that its third-quarter results could be hit by currency exchange rates.
Retail prices fell 1.4% in July compared with last year, marking the 27th consecutive month of retail price deflation.
Retail news round-up on August 5, 2015: Relaxed Sunday trading laws, Arcadia’s harsher payment terms and Lidl picks Starcom.
The founder of Iceland says the past 18 months have been his most challenging at the retailer, but he believes he has found a way forward.
All change across the retail sector as John Dixon makes a surprise exit from M&S and Gary Mills becomes Morrisons’ retail director.
Harvey Nichols in Birmingham unveiled a glitzy refurb on Friday, but is it too much to say that a shop dazzles consumers?
The major supermarkets’ decision to take food manufacturing in-house could lead to a tidal wave of closures for food suppliers.