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An unprecedented number of retailers are poised to take part in a Black Friday deal frenzy that is expected to deliver £200m of sales.
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Asda plans to leverage the buying power of parent company Walmart as it escalates the range of products available during Black Friday promotions.
DIY retailer B&Q aims for its Christmas campaign to motivate consumers to decorate their homes in bigger and better ways.
Family spending power reached a record high last month, with shoppers’ weekly spend rising year on year for the 13th month in a row.
Grocery sales have fallen for the third consecutive month as Nielsen predicts the first sales decline across a calendar year for a decade.
Tesco is seeking to take the stress out of finding Christmas presents by launching an app that trawls social media to generate gift ideas.
As he showed off Asda’s selection of premium Christmas eats at a London foodie show, Barry Williams was nursing an injured little finger.
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on the big retailers’ effort to create the ultimate Christmas advert this year.
With Christmas fast approaching, the wonderful and sometimes weird internet of things will change how people live and shop.
Despite growth in convenience and online retail, the big four grocers continue to struggle to maintain share in a competitive market.