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Sainsbury’s ill-fated launch in Egypt had nothing to do with Mike Coupe, but the jail sentence that hangs over him is a reminder of the perils of badly considered international expansion.
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The investment firm that employs former Tesco boss Sir Terry Leahy is in talks with Chinese backers to make a bid for New Look
Retailers need to shift customers off discounts to improve margin and trust, according to a white paper produced by KPMG and Ipsos
The Egyptian legal saga involving Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe will drag on after a court hearing to appeal his conviction was adjourned for a second time on Sunday.
Tesco has rejected a £4bn offer for its South Korean assets from an American private equity firm, it is understood.
Retailers will receive a £80m spending boost from the birth of Princess Charlotte as consumers splash out on souvenirs, food and drink.
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Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s will unveil its full-year results tomorrow. Retail Week highlights five key areas to look out for.
Fashion guru Touker Suleyman lifts the lid on joining Dragons’ Den and turning around his brands Ghost and Hawes & Curtis.
A shop in Selfridges that prints 3D lollipops of shoppers creates a more engaging experience than any of this election’s political campaigns.
Potential Chinese interest in acquiring fashion retailer New Look symbolises the growing economic power of China.