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Kingfisher’s boss said it has made a “solid” start to the year helped by a 15.4% jump in like-for-likes at its Screwfix business.
John Lewis sales dipped over the bank holiday as consumers basked in the sun, but Waitrose benefited from perfect picnic weather.
Retailers have been urged to “do a better job” of championing the industry as a sector where workers can develop skills and build a career.
Fashion retailer and brand Pretty Green has lifted the lid on six concessions opening at House of Fraser stores across the UK.
Uniqlo has swung to a profit in Europe for the year after a merger of its UK and French operations helped it double sales.
Retail news round-up on May 26, 2015: Amazon will pay corporation tax in the UK, New Look chairman Paul Mason poised to quit and high streets get footfall boost over bank holiday weekend.
Ann Summers chief executive Jacqueline Gold reveals how she is bringing the sex toy and lingerie business back into the black.
Britain has fallen into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, driven by falling fuel costs and the grocery price war.
After years of disappointing the City, Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland was finally able to present a cheerful set of figures yesterday.
Content editor Nicola Harrison and senior reporter Caroline Baldwin discuss the biggest retail stories from the past week.