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For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
Former Bank managing director Gwynn Milligan has been appointed trading director at Jaeger as part of an executive team shake-up.
Retail news round-up on April 28, 2015: Former Morrisons chief to get further £1.1m payoff, Dunhumby ends US joint venture, M&S to unveil Lulu Kennedy collection, and more.
House of Fraser has named its new chief financial officer and the present incumbent is to step down after 13 years in the role.
LK Bennett recorded a rise in turnover and profits as it expands internationally and continues to assess underperforming UK stores.
Macintosh Fashion has appointed BNP Paribas and KPMG as advisors to find a buyer for its Jones Bootmaker and Brantano fascias.
Shoe retailer Article’s Brixton outlet uses its unique location and artful store design to encourage shoppers to linger in-store.
Debenhams’ refocused promotional strategy has paid off, leading to a 4.3% rise in profits. So how has the department store group changed its ways?
Few retail personalities polarise opinion as strongly as Sports Direct founder and executive deputy chairman Mike Ashley.
Two years on from the Rana Plaza disaster, a new social media campaign aims to highlight the importance of understanding the length of a retail supply chain.