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Waitrose today opened its first train station store in London’s King’s Cross and says it sees a “huge opportunity” to target travel consumers.
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Department store John Lewis sales surged 13.4% to £74.5m last week helped by “good retailing weather” as its second half gains momentum.
Retail news round-up on August 22, 2014: Burberry boss cashes in £5.19m in share sale, eBay eyes PayPal sale, Co-op Bank shareholders call for speedier overhaul and Gap targets India.
July was the first time the amount spent in food stores fell year on year since records began in 1989 as the grocery price war escalates.
Lidl is launching a new fashion range, taking on value clothing giants such as Primark and George at Asda.
Tesco-backed coffee shop Harris + Hoole is to close a raft of unprofitable London stores as it launches its first airport shop.
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Morrisons latest bid to attract more shoppers with dawn-to-dusk opening hours.
Planning for the Christmas period is well under way, and with more channels than ever the pressure on supply chains has never been greater.
India’s underdeveloped modern retail sector seemed to present the perfect investment – but expansion has not proved so simple for retailers.
Morrisons has been playing catch up again this week, both with opening hours and marketing.