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For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
LK Bennett recorded a rise in turnover and profits as it expands internationally and continues to assess underperforming UK stores.
Macintosh Fashion has appointed BNP Paribas and KPMG as advisors to find a buyer for its Jones Bootmaker and Brantano fascias.
The former group finance director of Next, David Keens, is to join the board of supermarket giant Sainsbury’s as a non-executive director.
Abercrombie & Fitch will no longer hire store staff based on “body type or physical attractiveness” as it puts an end to its “sexualised marketing”.
The Weston family, which owns a controlling stake in Primark, were the biggest risers in The Sunday Times’ Rich List as their wealth shot up by £3.7bn in one year.
Shoe retailer Article’s Brixton outlet uses its unique location and artful store design to encourage shoppers to linger in-store.
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?
Two years on from the Rana Plaza disaster, a new social media campaign aims to highlight the importance of understanding the length of a retail supply chain.
The diverse and inclusive mix of staff and shoppers that makes the retail industry so exciting is worth protecting across the sector.