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Sofa specialists DFS and ScS are gearing up for a stock market flotation that would value the companies at £1bn and £70m respectively.
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H&M has pledged to open 400 new stores in 2015 after posting a stronger-than-expected net profit of £500m for the fourth quarter.
Fashion price data from the week ending January 27, 2015: The average online price per item and percentage of products on markdown from the top womenswear retailers.
Family spending power is at its highest level since the tracker began six years ago and will continue to rise in 2015, according to economists.
Sainsbury’s has extended its online clothing trial to London and the Southeast following the Midlands-based pilot.
Some 26 Country Casual stores and nine Austin Reed stores are on a “rapid closure” list as part of a proposed CVA.
Asos has begun testing a feature called Asos Recommendations that will suggest products from brands and categories consumers already shop from.
Roger Siddle is bowing out from Findel after almost five years turning the retailer around, but it is not the last retail will see of him.
The singer Rihanna has successfully fought off an attempt by Topshop to overturn her victory against the retailer in the High Court last year.
The menswear market is thriving, underpinned by a boom in British tailoring, so why does high street icon Austin Reed continue to lose out?