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The John Lewis Partnership has reported a rise in sales and profits. Retail Week interviews the bosses of John Lewis and Waitrose.
Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.
Retail like-for-likes dropped 1% in February after a bumper January when they rose 3.9%.
Former Shop Direct boss Mark Newton-Jones is to join Mothercare as interim chief executive.
Next is launching a spin-off website called Label which stocks branded fashion including Warehouse, Oasis, Nike and Superdry.
Marks & Spencer lingerie and beauty stores will open in Saudi Arabia this month, following a model developed in the retailer’s Indian business (pictured).
Fashion etailer Boohoo has been valued at £560m as its management team plans to use the proceeds to drive its international growth.
Next is having another stab at getting branded fashion right with the launch of spin-off site Label - can it get it right this time?
Boohoo’s float will value the business at £560m – is the business worth it or this more evidence of a dotcom bubble that is set to pop?
Logistics teams across the industry face a growing challenge of keeping up with the explosion of technology in the world of fashion retailing.
With the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games due to start this Friday, over 50 UK retailers have been competing in the final event of our retail omni-lympics – the personalisation half-pipe - which judges their ability to cater to all customers in an engaging way.