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Amazon has started offering one-hour delivery in Manhattan, as the etailer giant continues to develop its premium Prime service.
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Retail news round-up on December 22, 2014: SFO to probe Tesco suppliers; Zara launches home store format; shoppers spend £1.2bn on ‘panic Saturday’; retailers poised for record online Christmas Day spending; Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe warns of two more years of pain.
High-end lingerie retailer Rigby & Peller will open its tenth UK store on Saturday with a boutique in St John’s Wood in London.
Retailers are banking on a last-minute shopper rush for seasonal success after Black Friday disrupted shopping patterns in the golden quarter.
Troubled fashion etailer My-Wardrobe has stopped trading and has sold its domain name to Net-a-Porter for an undisclosed sum.
Monsoon Accessorize is using data from in-store and online transactions to send customers more targeted emails.
2014 has been a year of flotations, fires and financial fumbles for retailers. Retail Week casts an eye back over the events that defined the past 12 months.
Last week Primark opened its second store in Belgium, one with a much higher profile than the first owing to its location in Brussels.
Unfettered greed and short-termism are endemic to the retail property market across London, and the outcome is moribund empty shops.
Bonmarché first-half profits and sales surged as it kept focused on its core customers despite being hit by warm autumn weather.