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Amazon’s trial of one-hour chilled food deliveries could prove hugely disruptive for an already ultra-competitive grocery sector.
Coast chief executive Kate Bostock has stood down from the role and the retailer will now be led by Andrew Skinner, Retail Week can reveal.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on how fashion retailers could use their data to create an extreme form of personalisation.
Retail Week presents a round-up of what to look out for next week, including a half-year update from Tesco and full-year figures from DFS.
John Dixon has said David Jones is a “perfect fit” for him after being confirmed as the Australian department store group’s new boss.
John Dixon, the former head of Marks & Spencer’s general merchandise unit, is expected to be unveiled as the new boss of Australian department store group David Jones.
From Burberry monogrammed capes to Coke bottles emblazoned with names, the must-have items of the past year have been personalised.
Offering customers a personalised shopping experience without encroaching on their privacy remains a fine art.
The two high-profile etailer flotations of last year, each of which subsequently disappointed, may be showing signs of getting back on track.
American Eagle’s decision not to open a store on Regent or Oxford Street is testimony to the fine balance between brand recognition and profit.