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Evans Cycles has revealed it has returned to pre-tax profit as the sale of the business enters the latter stages.
Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.
Italian etailer Yoox and Net-a-Porter are to merge, creating an online luxury fashion giant with combined profits of €108m (£78.7m).
The Sports Direct board has been labelled “dysfunctional” because it does not provide “sufficient check” on owner Mike Ashley’s powers.
Italian etailer Yoox has entered the running to acquire luxury fashion business Net-a-Porter after tabling a bid that could value the London-based firm at more than £1.3bn.
Clarks is using messaging platform WhatsApp to engage with customers by telling the story about how its Desert Boot came into existence.
Retail news round-up on March 30, 2015: Yoox eyes Net-a-Porter.com acquisition, Tesco to sell development sites, eBay to trial ‘click and drop’ at Argos stores and more.
Net-a-Porter merged with Yoox today. Retail Week takes a look at the luxury etailer’s vital statistics.
Swedish fashion brand Lindex has opened the doors on its first store in the UK, a 10,500 sq ft space in Westfield Stratford.
You don’t need to look very far to see that fashion retailer SuperGroup’s flagship Superdry brand has appeal beyond its target customers.
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?