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Asda is restructuring its management teams as it adapts to “unprecedented change” in the grocery industry, Retail Week can reveal.
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.
Content editor Nicola Harrison sits down with Besi senior analyst Tony Shiret to discuss the top stories from the past seven days.
Formalwear retailer Moss Bros has reported a 7.4% jump in like-for-likes as bosses remain “confident” of hitting targets.
Fat Face head of supply chain Simon Ratcliffe has argued HR is the missing link that is holding back supply chains across the retail industry.
Sales at John Lewis edged up last week driven by “healthy” performance in its ecommerce operation and homewares division.
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 revealing a healthy lift in full-year profits, Retail Week looks at how M&S plans to continue the momentum.
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.