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Sainsbury’s has reported like-for-like sales excluding petrol down 2.8% for its second quarter, as boss Mike Coupe warns the second half is likely to be as tough.
Zalando, Europe’s biggest fashion etailer, has listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange today with a value of €4.9bn (£3.8bn).
John Lewis managing director Andy Street has ruled out opening stores abroad in order to invest in navigating a changing UK market.
Findel is set to report a profit before tax in the first half of its year for the first time in six years and is considering selling off its Kitbag business.
Department store Selfridges is investing over £40m in its website over the next five years to “future proof” its business.
Andy Barwood, creative director of Indicia compares the respective Convent Garden store offers of Paul Smith and Office.
The lucrative US market offers rich rewards for UK retailers that can crack it. Retail Week looks at whether Primark might be one of them
The North wind won’t blow. And never mind snow, there’s barely a sign of autumnal crispness in the air. It’s tough for fashion retailers.
Zara UK’s operating profit fell by over a third in the year to the end of January 2014 because of increased costs, while its sales increased by just £15m.