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Ikea will test three small store formats in the UK as it seeks to make itself more accessible to consumers.
South African investment group Brait has completed its acquisition of New Look and installed its chief executive as non-executive chairman.
Sales at John Lewis department stores rose 11.8% to £76m in the week to June 20 as all its main departments performed well.
Lingerie retailer Bravissimo has revealed a boost in sales and pre-tax profits in its full-year results.
Debenhams is to invigorate its in-store dining options with a raft of food launches as it aims to refresh the business and attract shoppers.
H&M has reported a 10.4% lift in second-quarter profits, but earnings were behind analysts’ expectations as the strong dollar forced up costs.
Pep&Co, the Andy Bond-led value retailer, is poised to open its first store next week. Here is a sneak peek inside the Kettering branch.
Hudson’s Bay Company is to acquire the Galeria Kaufhof chain from Metro Group, signalling a new era for department store retail in Europe.
Tired store design that needs a shot in the arm and drab, monochromatic stock options are at the heart of Gap’s problems.
While many of their customers are still looking forward to summer getaways, retailers’ thoughts are focused on the back-end of the year.