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Ecommerce in fashion - October 2012

Retail Week Ecommerce in Fashion

Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.

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SuperGroup’s US licence buy-out 'will drive long-term growth'

SuperGroup has bought itself out of its US distribution licence for £22.3m, giving it exclusive rights to sell products in North America.

Tefal Cuisine Companion both prepares and cooks ingredients.

John Lewis predicts shoppers will 'revolt against austerity' as confidence rises

John Lewis expects shoppers to “revolt against austerity” in the coming year as consumer confidence picks up and the economy begins to recover.

Retail sales jumped higher than expected in February as prices dropped to their lowest level in almost 20 years

Retail sales volumes jump 5.7% in February as prices plummet to 18-year low

Retail sales volumes increased by more than expected in February as prices dropped to their lowest level for almost 20 years.

High streets that have been taken over by bookmakers, loan shops, tanning salons and fast food outlets can damage people’s health, a new report claimed today.

Britain's 'unhealthiest' high streets named in new report

High streets taken over by bookmakers, loan shops, tanning salons and fast-food outlets can damage people’s health, a new report claims.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on Tesco, Sports Direct and Harvey Nichols

Retail news round-up on March 26, 2015: Tesco’s Ireland boss to retire, Sports Direct employs 75% of Uk staff on zero-hour contracts, Harvey Nichols opens in Azerbaijan.

Next\'s Lord Wolfson was cautious about prospects

Nick Bubb’s verdict: Next – sensibly cautious or crying wolf?

Nobody believed the boy who cried wolf all the time, but could Lord Wolfson be right to be cautious about the outlook for 2015/16?

Fashion retailer Next issues full-year results next week

Comment: Next’s Lord Wolfson sets the tone on retail prospects

When the fashion retailer posts results next week its boss’s views will influence sentiment towards the entire retail industry.

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