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John Lewis announced over the weekend it is to launch a £100,000 technology start-up incubator, JLab, in a bid to find the next big idea in retail.
TV shopping channel Sit-up, which operates Price Drop and Bid TV, is calling on creditors to back a life-saving Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Online white goods retailer Ao.com is understood to have written to suppliers asking them to clarify whether Dixons gets better terms than they do.
John Lewis is gunning to become the largest home retailer as it seeks to topple market leader Ikea.
Shop prices fell in February for the tenth consecutive month, declining at their steepest rate for eight years.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has launched guidelines to protect the retail sector’s 3 million employees from violence.
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.
The John Lewis Partnership reported a rise in sales and profits this morning. Retail Week interviews the bosses of John Lewis and Waitrose.
Those who have felt the ache of a dancing pony-shaped hole in their lives will be cheered by mobile phone specialist Three’s latest ad campaign
If the John Lewis Partnership was being given an end-of-term school report, would the headmaster give it 10 out of 10?
Whilst the economy has been improving of late, times remain difficult for many.