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As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
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Primark is confident it will succeed where many UK retailers have failed in cracking America as it plots launching there next year.
Primark is set to launch into the US with its first store in Boston as it revealed a 26% operating profit increase in its first half.
Sports Direct has hit out at shareholders for rejecting Mike Ashley’s bonus scheme as profits jumped in its fourth quarter.
Former N Brown boss Alan White has become chairman of fast-growing footwear business Hotter Shoes as it plots its international expansion.
The late falling of Easter impacted Scottish retail sales in March as like-for-like sales slumped 3.8%.
As Primark reveals its plans to make its Stateside debut with a store in Boston in 2015, Retail Week takes a look at how British retailers have fared across the pond.
‘Born in Bombay, conceived in Tokyo’ - Obataimu is a fashionable boutique in South Mumbai based on two key concepts: Otaku and Takumi.
Primark’s move into the US should not be compared with previous UK retailers’ entry and subsequent failures in that market.
Mulberry’s decision to position itself like one of the super desirable – and very expensive – luxury brands by hiking its prices has brought the British handbag brand crashing back to reality with the company issuing its second profits warning since Christmas.