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Asda is restructuring its management teams as it adapts to “unprecedented change” in the grocery industry, Retail Week can reveal.
Retail news round-up on May 22, 2015: Phones 4U administrator could launch legal action against EE, Lush named best high street brand again and Tesco vows to reduce sugar content in soft drinks.
Department store group John Lewis said the election and unsettled weather impacted sales the week ending May 9.
US electricals giant RadioShack is preparing to sell off data on millions of its customers as part of bankruptcy proceedings.
Intu hires a head of fun at the Metrocentre, B&Q’s gnome leaders battle to take control of the garden party and James Corden’s carpool karaoke drives spike in sales of dashboard cameras.
BrightHouse has launched a price promise and introduced an insurance opt-out as it seeks to provide reassurances around its business practices.
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.
Britain has fallen into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, driven by falling fuel costs and the grocery price war.
Sainsbury’s ill-fated launch in Egypt had nothing to do with Mike Coupe, but the jail sentence that hangs over him is a reminder of the perils of badly considered international expansion.
After fears of a dent in consumer confidence in the run-up to the election, the City was relieved to see April’s retail sales figures.
Mergers frequently have a habit of failing to deliver the promised benefits, but not Dixons Carphone.