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A1 November 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine November 2014

Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.

A1 - March 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine March 2014

Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.

HMV is returning to ecommerce after two years

HMV to return to ecommerce in the UK two years after its collapse

HMV is to launch an ecommerce website within weeks, which will allow shoppers to buy from it online for the first time since its collapse.

Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on HMV, Ocado and The Co-op

Retail news round-up on May 18, 2015: HMV weeks from digital comeback, Ocado and Co-op face shareholder backlash over pay and ex-Lush directors offload shares.

Alibaba has signed a deal with Disney to sell Marvel products in China

Alibaba signs deal with Disney to bring Marvel merchandise to China

Alibaba’s Tmall website has signed a deal with Disney to become the first exclusive distributor of Marvel’s Age of Ultron merchandise.

The Works\' majority stakeholder Anthony Solomon has sold his stake to Endless

The Works majority shareholder Anthony Solomon bought out by Endless

The Works executive chairman and majority shareholder Anthony Solomon has sold his stake in the business to private equity firm Endless.

A Selfridges customer uses click and collect to pick up an unusual item, a London bookshop uses the election to draw in customers and a new online marketplace opens its doors…sort of.

Retail Diary: Click-and-collect goes mad and bookshop goes to the polls

A Selfridges customer uses click and collect to pick up an unusual item, a London bookshop uses the election to draw in customers and a new online marketplace opens its doors…sort of.

US retailer Wayfair has been trialling YouTube\'s new ecommerce feature

Comment: Google has begun blurring lines between ecommerce and entertainment

Google is allowing consumers to buy products from within YouTube ads as it sets its sights on Amazon and eBay’s ecommerce dominance.

Tesco has sold or is closing its Blinkbox businesses

Comment: Tesco's Blinkbox failure proves copying Amazon is futile

With an insatiable appetite to capitalise on what it considered hot trends, Tesco hurried into an unknown market (to the grocer) that was already saturated.

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