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Andrew Higginson has been hired as the new Morrisons chairman and at the same time he has stepped down as Poundland chairman.
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As Tesco boss Philip Clarke steps down to make way for Dave Lewis, Retail Week visited a store in Hackney to find out what shoppers think about the supermarket.
Consumer confidence slipped into negative territory in July, just a month after recording its first positive result in nine years.
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The new high streets minster has dismissed calls for a “Tesco tax” but said an extension to Sunday trading rules must be explored.
Poundstretcher is gunning to be the “branded Aldi”, claiming it cannot be beaten on the price of branded goods as it extends its FMCG offer
Morrisons has revealed Andrew Higginson will success Sir Ian Gibson as chairman next year. Retail Week takes a look at what the analysts say.
Conviviality, the group that owns Wine Rack and Bargain Booze is raising its in-store game. Retail Week talks to Conviviality boss Diana Hunter.
Kantar Worldpanel data has revealed that retailers at both the upscale and bargain ends of the supermarket spectrum are faring well, with particularly strong figures for Aldi and Waitrose.
Andy Higginson’s appointment as chairman of Morrisons makes him the first of Tesco’s golden generation of leaders to take up cudgels at one of his alma mater’s direct competitors.