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Kingfisher’s boss said it has made a “solid” start to the year helped by a 15.4% jump in like-for-likes at its Screwfix business.
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Retailers have been urged to “do a better job” of championing the industry as a sector where workers can develop skills and build a career.
Sales at John Lewis edged up last week driven by “healthy” performance in its ecommerce operation and homewares division.
Retail news round-up on May 19, 2015: Dunnes Stores profits fall in the UK, Alibaba hopes to cut out fake goods with QR-code style technology, BHS vows return to high streets.
Department store group John Lewis said the election and unsettled weather impacted sales the week ending May 9.
A boar runs wild in a Hong Kong retailer, Greggs kicks up a stink to tackle homeware and House of Fraser takes over the red carpet.
Britain has fallen into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, driven by falling fuel costs and the grocery price war.
Beauty retailing is a tough business but who is good at it? Retail Week appraises approaches to the category in London’s department stores.
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.