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Which retail campaigns hit the right note and which need a rethink? Rebecca Thomson gets the views of two advertising experts and assesses social media reaction to some of this year’s Christmas ads.
Discount grocer Aldi is to enter the budget tablet market with the launch of Lifetab E7316.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has unveiled a £1bn package of support to boost UK high streets including tackling parking.
The Carphone Warehouse is to license out its specialist IP, systems and services to retailers and businesses.
Retail news round-up December 6, 2013: Aldi enters budget tablet market with Medion Lifetab E7316 launch; Selfridges inches closer to taking control of Arnotts; Dunnes seeks voluntary redundancies at head office and stores
November shop price deflation eased to 0.3% from 0.5% in October, recording the seventh consecutive month of inflation.
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.
Dixons UK logistics director Tim Allinson is in a chipper mood. He’s got his stock and staff in place for a busy Christmas in which the electricals retailer expects to sell one million tablets.
White goods specialist Ao.com’s potential float has thrust it into the spotlight. Retail Week outlines seven interesting facts about the etailer.
Nothing says it’s nearly Christmas like settling down in front of a roaring fire, switching on the telly and watching minor celebrities getting covered in cockroaches.
Dixons has picked up a lot of market share over the last year, thanks to the demise of Comet, but can they now build on that success?