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Retailers all over the world are taking a more personal approach to their customers in a bid to stand out from the crowd.
Sales at John Lewis department stores rose 3.4% to £80.2m last week in “unseasonably mild” weather.
From next Monday, large retailers in England must charge at least 5p for single-use plastic bags, under new Government rules.
French entertainment and electricals retailer Fnac has approached the board of electricals specialist Darty about acquiring its rival.
Electricals retailer Maplin launches a Drone Academy, a Morrisons shopper puts the final kale in his diet coffin and enter our caption competition.
Sales at department store business John Lewis rose 6% last week to £78.7m as clothing performance benefited from autumn’s arrival.
The Office of Fair Trading’s Sale of Goods Act ‘hub’ is a useful tool to help retailers protect their business as well as keep customers happy.
Argos has launched a same-day delivery service that is taking the fight to its retail rivals in the hotly contested battleground of fulfilment.
Gadget retailer Menkind has acquired Yorkshire rival Red5 as it seeks to expand in the UK and abroad. Retail Week takes a look at the key facts about the two retailers.
The two high-profile etailer flotations of last year, each of which subsequently disappointed, may be showing signs of getting back on track.
Data protection hit the headlines again this weekend after Carphone Warehouse revealed it had suffered a significant data security breach.