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Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke said he is determined to see through the turnaround of Tesco and vowed the grocer will emerge as a leader once again.
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John Lewis is to mark its 150th anniversary with a series of activities including an interactive exhibition charting its history, a TV ad, and collaborations with brands.
John Lewis said warm weather and its new store in York propelled sales growth of 13% last week.
Department store House of Fraser’s full year adjusted EBITDA rose 8.3% to £60.2m driven by own brand and online.
Debenhams is revising its promotional strategy as first-half profits plunged owing to excessive discounting and weakness in its multichannel offer.
Retailers could create special aisles for mums and interactive digital displays for men as they react to changing shopping habits.
John Lewis will be 150 years old in May. Retail Week takes a look at some of the key moments in its history.
As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
House of Fraser will undoubtedly be thrilled at finally tying up the deal with Sanpower which hands it a prime opportunity to conquer China.
Under-pressure Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland offered a glimmer of hope in last week’s trading update. In what was a break from tradition, the retailer split out its clothing sales from the wider general merchandise performance.