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A1 November 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine November 2014

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A1 - March 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine March 2014

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Casino's Cnova price disappoints as it lists on Nasdaq

Casino-owned etail group Cnova began trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market yesterday, after analysts expressed disappointment over its IPO price.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Tesco, Carphone Warehouse, B&M and more

Retail news round-up on November 19, 2014: Tesco board unhappy; Retail sales in Scotland down; B&M in talks with retailers; UK inflation accelerated; and more.

Game has reported a rise in sales

Entertainment group Game outperforms market as sales rise 17%

Game’s sales in its first quarter surged by 17% year on year as it grew faster than the games market generally.

Entertainment market share in the 12 weeks to September 28, according to Kantar figures.

Infographic: Amazon steals share in entertainment market

Entertainment market share in the 12 weeks to September 28, according to Kantar figures.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Sainsbury's and Tesco

Retail news round-up on November 10, 2014: Sainsbury’s to scrap store openings programme,Warren Buffett loses $678m on Tesco investment, Tesco surrenders top spot in entertainment sales to Amazon

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?

Ukip’s MP Douglas Carswell reference to “defunct” HMV demonstrates a disconnect between the UK political scene and retail sector.

Comment: Ukip MP’s HMV comparison shows political disconnect from retail

Ukip MP Douglas Carswell’s reference to “defunct” HMV demonstrates a disconnect between the UK political scene and retail sector.

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