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Infographic: Waitrose sales increase driven by witches' hats and pumpkins

Waitrose sales excluding petrol increased 4.2% last week as shoppers stocked up on Halloween treats, while John Lewis sales rose 8.3%.

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Breakfast briefing: Retail news on 99p Stores and consumer confidence

Retail news round-up on October 31, 2014: 99p Stores enhances grocery offer as profits rise, British consumer confidence slips in October

Christmas sales will increase by £2.3bn this year, according to Verdict

Christmas sales to increase by £2.3bn this year, says Verdict

Retailers can expect a £2.3bn year-on-year sales increase during the Christmas season, according to a study conducted by Verdict.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Christmas, Irish retail sales and eBay

Retail news round-up on October 30, 2014: Christmas sales to increase by £2.3bn, Irish retail sales rise, eBay Europe sales and profits increase

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Infographic: John Lewis reports 'mixed' sales as weather hits demand

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.

Do you know how the Sale of Goods Act applies to you?

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.

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WH Smith and Game have both reported strong profits and cash flow generation over the last 12 months. How have they done it and why are they confident about the future?

Comment: How WHSmith and Game are entertaining the high street

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.

Comment: Why Apple Pay could be a retail game changer

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.

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