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As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
Read Retail Week PayPal Grocery supplement as a fully digital edition.
The late falling of Easter impacted Scottish retail sales in March as like-for-like sales slumped 3.8%.
Retail news round-up on April 23, 2014: Scottish retail sales down, Keogh crisps to go on sale in Tesco and Monsoon Accessorize’s head of buying exits.
Tesco has slashed prices across further everyday items and its online grocery services as it seeks to fight back against the competition.
One of the Co-operative Group’s largest lenders, Royal Bank of Scotland, has parachuted in its top troubleshooter to help the struggling group restructure.
The Co-op’s food business is to unveil a round of price-cuts in the latest phase of its strategy to revive the retailer and exploit its convenience appeal.
As Primark reveals its plans to make its Stateside debut with a store in Boston in 2015, Retail Week takes a look at how British retailers have fared across the pond.
Pêle-Mêle has managed to create an atmosphere where customers feel content to while away an hour or two before actually making a purchase.
Being good in store is rarely sufficient as standards seem to climb inexorably. What is it therefore that puts one store ahead of another?
The Co-op group continues to struggle, and rather than acting as one of the big boys, it must take a stance which greater reflects that set out by the Rochdale Pioneers 170 years ago.