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For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
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Fortnum & Mason has launched a new fully responsive website as it aims to put innovation “back at the heart of the business”.
BHS is to expand its food offering with two new contracts and will hire 250 new staff as it seeks to reassure the industry about its future.
House of Fraser has named its new chief financial officer and the present incumbent is to step down after 13 years in the role.
Sales at both John Lewis and Waitrose fell last week as the timing of Easter and challenging trading conditions took their toll.
Retail news round-up on April 22, 2015: House of Fraser eyes Chinese expansion; Scottish retail sales fall; Lush enters m-commerce market and more.
Debenhams’ refocused promotional strategy has paid off, leading to a 4.3% rise in profits. So how has the department store group changed its ways?
Debenhams’ pre-tax profits rose 4.3% to £88.9m in its half year to February. We take a look at the City’s reaction to the results.
Few retail personalities polarise opinion as strongly as Sports Direct founder and executive deputy chairman Mike Ashley.
Ahead of today’s update, the City worried that cracks were appearing in Sports Direct’s edifice, but they have been smoothed over.