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Irish fashion, food and home retailer Dunnes is seeking up to 40 UK stores amid ambitious plans to more than double its presence here.
Next has reported a better-than-expected 3.5% rise in overall first-half sales as warm weather boosted performance.
Retail news round-up on July 28, 2015: Tesco to give huge share windfalls and Apple Watch to be sold at Best Buy
Leading industry names backed a ‘retail hack’ last weekend designed to foster young entrepreneurs and attract new talent.
MySale has reported a rise in full-year sales and expects to “break even” in the second half, seven months after issuing a profit warning
News editor James Wilmore and senior reporter Matthew Chapman analyse the week’s biggest retail stories.
Professor Michael Feindt explains how tech from Cern will kick-start dynamic pricing and remove gut feeling from 99% of operational decisions.
Fashion bellwether Next beat forecasts for the first half of the year, thanks to the warm weather in July. This is what the analysts said.
Fashion bellwether Next’s second-quarter update reminds bosses that despite external challenges there are opportunities for good retailers.
Some of the best examples of multichannel retailing can be seen in specialist retailers, many of whom are well ahead of the market on their digitally enabled propositions.