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Waitrose has notched up a record grocery market share as its sales outperformed the market, the latest Kantar data showed.
Sales at John Lewis were “mixed” last week as a strong performance in the home category was offset by the impact of mild weather on apparel.
Retail sales volumes in September slipped 0.3% month on month as demand for fashion slumped in the unseasonably warm weather.
French electronics firm Darty is offering customers a button in their home that puts them through to the its helpdesk within 60 seconds.
Richer Sounds like-for-like sales have edged up and helped the company record the highest operating profit in its 36-year history.
Dixons Carphone’s new in-store price comparison tool Pin Point brings customers into its shops, according to marketing director Julian Diment.
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.
David Robinson, managing director at Richer Sounds, on how the company has driven record profits and its new ‘360 degree installation service’.
Jessops has signed a “landmark” deal with Sainsbury’s, which will see it opening shops-in-shops within the grocer’s superstores.
With Amazon offering same-day pick-up service for books and games, do high street entertainment retailers WH Smith and Game have a future?
Apple’s iPhone 6 has grabbed a lot of headlines, but it is the company’s entry into mobile payments that may cause the biggest market disruption.