Findel’s directors have made a bid to block Mike Ashley from getting a Sports Direct representative elected to the home shopping retailer’s board.
High-end skiwear specialist Moncler demonstrates the versatility of its visual merchandising by unveiling two impressive displays in Cannes.
Christmas is just around the corner and several Oxford Street retailers have already lifted the curtain on spectacular seasonal windows.
Target Australia is on the recovery path thanks to changes led by boss Stuart Machin. The new branch in Ringwood, Melbourne shows the best of these.
Outerwear specialist The North Face has opened a new flagship store on Regent Street, built around the concept of a “progressive playground”.
Catch up on this week’s big retail stories with analysis from news editor James Wilmore and executive editor George MacDonald.
Previously considered a poor relation to the UK, Australia’s retail proposition has a lot to offer and its international influence is growing.
Catch up on this week’s big retail stories with analysis from news editor James Wilmore and grocery and property reporter Luke Tugby.
Value fashion powerhouse Primark opens its doors in Boston tomorrow, the first step in an ambitious expansion push in the US.
Primark is poised to open its first American store this week. In 60 seconds George MacDonald explains how it aims to break the US.
Catch up on this week’s big retail stories with analysis from executive editor George MacDonald and news editor James Wilmore.
Next’s interpretation of big-box retailing on the Longwater retail park in Norwich shows edge-of-town development at its best.
The new Jigsaw store in Aberdeen takes inspiration from its surroundings to offer an experience that stands out from the retailer’s estate.
Luxury department store Harvey Nichols has re-opened its Birmingham branch following a radical makeover that has seen it double in size.
Executive editor George MacDonald and senior reporter Matthew Chapman’s thoughts on the week’s biggest retail stories.
Harvey Nichols re-opens its Birmingham store this week with an impressive offer, as it aims to entice local entrepreneurs and millionaires.
Visual merchandising teams across the capital have been busy trying to put shoppers in the mood for summer, but have their efforts paid off?
Harvey Nichols has lifted the curtain on a new store concept in Birmingham which it says will be the “blueprint” for all its future shops.
Professor Michael Feindt explains how tech from Cern will kick-start dynamic pricing and remove gut feeling from 99% of operational decisions.