Mike Ashley eyes fresh bid for BHS with promise to protect jobs VideoSubscription
Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley is back in the hunt to acquire BHS and has vowed to keep all its stores open if a deal is struck.
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As BHS files for administration, Mintel retail analyst Nick Carroll discusses what’s next for the struggling retailer.
BHS chief exec Darren Topp spoke at Retail Week Live in March 2016 on his vision for how he could turn around the fortunes of the retailer.
Harvey Nichols has some good stores, both in the UK and overseas, but its flagship in Knightsbridge, was underwhelming.
As Harvey Nichols opens 28,000 sq ft of revamped men’s fashion, group stores director Paul Finucane explains why the changes were made.
A 37,000 sq ft ‘athleisure’ space has opened on the third floor of Selfridges’ Oxford Street flagship targeting the fashionably fit.
Next unveils its full-year results and looks ahead to 2016 among the other biggest stories in The Retail Week on March 24.
The John Lewis Partnership and Morrisons share results, and the Government is defeated over Sunday trading in The Retail Week for March 11.
As John Lewis reveals a fall in profits, managing director Andy Street talks about omnichannel and the categories driving growth this year.
There is diversity in the visual merchandising approaches being taken by retailers on London’s Oxford Street, but common themes emerge.
How do store managers deal with the ever-growing pressure to engage with customers, to know more, to offer more and to close sales?
Store design becomes art in its own right with Ai Weiwei’s Chinese mythical installations at luxury Paris department store.
Polish fashion giant LPP has agreed a lease on BHS’s Oxford Street flagship as it prepares to bring its Reserved fascia to the UK.
When it seems almost every shop is running a Sale, how can retailers ensure that their deals are heard above the siren song of others?
The department store has revamped the food hall at its Newcastle flagship – think luxury marketplace with a continental twist.
The festive season may be in full swing but there’s still time to deck the halls with seasonal trinkets from London’s Christmas shops.
No minimalism here – Liberty London’s windows are a visual cocktail of Christmas, a place for shoppers to see and be seen.
Catch up on this week’s big retail stories with analysis from Retail Week news editor James Wilmore and stores editor John Ryan
Christmas is just around the corner and several Oxford Street retailers have already lifted the curtain on spectacular seasonal windows.