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As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
Footfall across the long Easter weekend fell by double digits year on year despite brighter weather.
Electricals group Dixons is likely to roll-out a remodelled kitchens department, featuring an extended range of new lines, if the early success of a pilot is sustained.
Maplin quality and sourcing director Peter Heath has left the electronics retailer after almost 20 years.
John Lewis said warm weather and its new store in York propelled sales growth of 13% last week.
March retail sales fell 1.7% on a like-for-like basis due to the timing of Easter, which falls later this year.
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.
John Lewis will be 150 years old in May. Retail Week takes a look at some of the key moments in its history.
As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
The time when all of our high streets looked the same may be at an end, but there are still some die-hards.
With the window for retail IPOs now well and truly open, at least for the time being, the list of potential floats now appears to stretch out well into the second half of 2014.