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Five years into the role, DFS chief executive Ian Filby is plotting the retailer’s multichannel future after overseeing its recent float.
JD Sports expects profits to come in 10% ahead of expectations after a strong first half in which like-for-likes beat forecasts.
Executive editor George MacDonald and senior reporter Matthew Chapman’s thoughts on the week’s biggest retail stories.
Electricals goods are forecast to become the biggest online market by surpassing fashion sales this year, according to Mintel research.
Lingerie retailer Boux Avenue will open a flagship store on London’s Oxford Street as it seeks to cement its high street credentials.
John Lewis recorded a sales surge for the week ending 25 July after furniture performed well and its clearance Sale ended well.
Harvey Nichols re-opens its Birmingham store this week with an impressive offer, as it aims to entice local entrepreneurs and millionaires.
Visual merchandising teams across the capital have been busy trying to put shoppers in the mood for summer, but have their efforts paid off?
Former Marks & Spencer executive Nayna McIntosh is launching a new women’s fashion brand with the backing of retail veteran Lord Stuart Rose.
All retailers should take note of Amazon’s symbolic eclipse of Walmart to become the world’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation.