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Former Tesco chief executive Sir Terry Leahy said he still believes there is room in the UK grocery market for the big four supermarkets.
Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.
Fashion entrepreneur George Davies is looking to franchise up to 180 of his planned FG4 stores in small towns across the UK.
Oasis has unveiled its latest store design. Chief operating officer Hash Ladha tells Retail Week about its focus on tech and customer experience.
Waitrose sales growth was held back in the week ending February 28 by food price deflation and tough comparatives.
Retail news round-up on March 6, 2015: Apple Pay hit by fraudulent transactions, high street sales fall in February and DFS sets share price at lower end of range.
The menswear offer in London’s Covent Garden will more than triple after five fashion brands signed up to the first phase of a “lifestyle hub”.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on fashion entrepreneur George Davies’ latest retail proposition FG4 preparing to open stores.
Yet another fashion retailer is set to join the fashion fray. But is there enough room for new entrants such as FG4 and Pep & Co?
Amazon has been ramping up endeavours to make Amazon Fashion the go-to destination for fashionable apparel, but the foray remains misguided.
In light of management changes across the sector, it should be noted that change is an unpredictable but inherent part of the retail world.