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John Lewis announced over the weekend it is to launch a £100,000 technology start-up incubator, JLab, in a bid to find the next big idea in retail.
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Marks & Spencer lingerie and beauty stores will open in Saudi Arabia this month, following a model developed in the retailer’s Indian business (pictured).
Fashion etailer Boohoo has been valued at £560m as its management team plans to use the proceeds to drive its international growth.
John Lewis sales increased 6.9% on a year ago in the week to March 1, just ahead of the retailer’s performance in the year to date.
TV shopping channel Sit-up, which operates Price Drop and Bid TV, is calling on creditors to back a life-saving Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Specsavers has signed a sponsorship deal with Channel 4 as it ramps up its long-running ‘Should’ve gone to Specsavers’ marketing campaign.
Boohoo’s float will value the business at £560m – is the business worth it or this more evidence of a dotcom bubble that is set to pop?
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower takes a look at Pets at Home’s floatation on the London Stock Exchange.
If the John Lewis Partnership was being given an end-of-term school report, would the headmaster give it 10 out of 10?
With the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games due to start this Friday, over 50 UK retailers have been competing in the final event of our retail omni-lympics – the personalisation half-pipe - which judges their ability to cater to all customers in an engaging way.