Don't miss this week
Card Factory boss Richard Hayes has said the retailer is open to acquisitions and believes it is in a “reasonable” financial position to make them.
Read the Retail Week Interiors supplement as a fully digital edition.
Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
Read the Retail Week Property supplement as a fully digital edition.
The Insolvency Service has concluded a two-year investigation into the former management of electricals retailer Comet over its collapse.
Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold has been reassured about the plan to reform business rates following a meeting with David Cameron.
Schuh has revealed its new future-proofed store design, which it hopes to roll out across its fleet of shops.
Amazon is in talks to buy luxury fashion etailer Net-a-Porter in a deal that would value it at about £1.5bn, it is understood.
Lidl’s eggscellent marketing ploy at One Direction’s expense, Asda and Sainsbury’s bosses go back to school and B&Q meets Mrs Brown.
Learn how to develop a framework for evalutating a workforce management investment decision that will:
- Help maximise return on investment
- Address your business requirements
- Minimise project risks
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on former McDonald’s boss Jill McDonald becoming Halfords new chief executive.
In the first of our quarterly sentiment analysis reports, Retail Week assesses the mindset of the UK’s foremost retail bosses.
Bloated bureaucracy can get in the way of the everyday joys and the specific perks that come with the retailing industry.
Halfords’ new chief executive appointment has raised some eyebrows, but how much her leadership will affect the retailer remains to be seen.