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The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce will be released on Friday – here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
RadioShack plans to launch Apple’s mobile payments service across 900 US stores this week, with a roll-out planned for next year.
The Great British Bake Off final cooked up a sales increase at Waitrose last week as John Lewis also recorded strong weekly results.
Retail news round-up on October 17, 2014: Shop Direct promotes areth Jones to deputy chief executive; John Lewis sales increase 12.9% as cooler weather sets in; MK One founder Mark Brafman jailed
John Lewis opened its first ‘click-and-commute’ store in St Pancras railway station today where shoppers can collect items bought on its website.
Business rates are poised to increase by 2.3% in 2015/16 after the Office for National Statistics released its RPI inflation figures for September.
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.
Jessops has signed a “landmark” deal with Sainsbury’s, which will see it opening shops-in-shops within the grocer’s superstores.
The Hermes Retail Week Supply Chain Awards 2014 recognise innovation and excellence in the retail supply chain.
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.