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Argos has unveiled plans to open 10 digital stores in Sainsbury’s supermarkets across the UK as part of a drive to reach more customers.
Tesco has begun consultations with hundreds of directors across its Cheshunt and Welwyn Garden City offices in order to slash headcount.
Waitrose is changing a free tea and coffee deal in its cafes after customers lingered at tables without buying anything else.
Carphone Warehouse has renewed its partnership with telecoms firm EE as it seeks to take advantage of the growth of connected home devices.
Marks & Spencer has poached Next’s head of menswear design Simon Hawksworth to fill the position left vacant by Tony O’Connor’s departure.
The festive season’s results inevitably have winners and losers, but this year’s OC&C Christmas Trading Index shows the gulf between them.
Primark posted a 15% sales increase in the 16 weeks to January 3. John Bason, finance director of Primark’s parent ABF, talks to Retail Week
Black Friday’s high-profile promotion caused logistics chaos for some retailers but presents undeniable opportunities for others.
Tesco has undoubtedly struggled in recent years but some of the criticism of the retailer’s previous management has gone too far.