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Tesco boss Dave Lewis has told staff that its culture, processes and brand proposition must change but progress is being made despite this week’s accounting storm.
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Alarm bells are sounding over the fashion sector after a warm September prompted Next to warn on full-year profits.
Unseasonably warm weather in September has hit Next’s sales in its third quarter and the retailer said if it continues it will impact full-year profits.
Consumer confidence has dropped in September as people failed to feel better off despite the UK’s growth in GDP, according to GfK.
Victoria Beckham has opened her first store, on London’s Dover Street, composed of three floors and covering 6,000 sq ft.
Premium retailer Cos, which is owned by Swedish fashion giant H&M, has opened its 100th store in the new Leipziger Platz Mall in Berlin.
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
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.
According to reports, Alibaba – China’s ecommerce giant – is set to break records with the largest Initial Public Offering (IPO) in history, as it floats its shares on the New York Stock Exchange.