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The grocers have “emerged from near fatal status and the intensive care ward” and are poised to fight back, a leading analyst has claimed.
Coast chief executive Kate Bostock will take on more of a creative role following the appointment of managing director Andrew Skinner.
House of Fraser has appointed Uday Kotla to the role of chief information officer as it develops its multichannel strategy.
Retail news round-up on April 17, 2015: Wiggle preps UK and Australia marketing campaign, Mothercare to axe shopfloor managers, Debenhams to increase concessions and more.
Esty made its stock market debut yesterday, with shares in the online marketplace closing at $30 (£20), an 88% increase on its IPO.
Debenhams half-year profits have risen 4.3% to £88.9m as the department store group’s refocused promotional strategy paid off.
Debenhams’ refocused promotional strategy has paid off, leading to a 4.3% rise in profits. So how has the department store group changed its ways?
Debenhams’ pre-tax profits rose 4.3% to £88.9m in its half year to February. We take a look at the City’s reaction to the results.
Marks & Spencer’s latest results could show that Bolland’s strategy has begun to bear fruit, but continued improvement is still needed.
Eyes tend to turn to the Big Apple when seeking retail affirmation, but Scribbler is hoping London’s Regent Street will be just as good.