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US mid-market fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters opens its first UK store tomorrow.
Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
Retail news round-up on November 26, 2014: BHS to sell food; Tesco investors to launch legal action; Macy’s Black Friday deals; Walmart’s re-shuffle.
US department store Macy’s is offering British shoppers a special Black Friday promotional code and a flat fee on shipping until December 18.
Sales at John Lewis increased 2.1% to £114.2m last week as Christmas shoppers snapped up hampers, digital cameras and Lego sets.
Fortnum & Mason boss Ewan Venters said it is expecting to toast a sparkling Christmas after it posted record full-year results.
US department store operator Macy’s has released an iPhone app that uses image recognition technology.
M&S has gone shopping at John Lewis, picking up the Partnership’s finance boss Helen Weir to replace Alan Stewart who decamped to Tesco.
Debenhams marketing director Richard Cristofoli talked about lessons from its Oxford Street store overhaul a year after its completion at Retail Week’s Shop.
Powerful poster campaigns are few and far between these days so when they do appear, as in HoF’s latest ad, they are all the more striking.
How many additional areas can be added to a department store’s core competence without compromising the whole enterprise?