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Sofa specialists DFS and ScS are gearing up for a stock market flotation that would value the companies at £1bn and £70m respectively.
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Amazon raked in one in every four pounds spent on entertainment in the last quarter of 2014, as the supermarkets saw their marketshare fall.
Retail news round-up on January 26, 2015: Sir Philip Green to sell BHS; Mike Ashley in running to buy Evans Cycles; Card Factory considers Paperchase bid; and David Potts in pole position for Morrisons job.
Work to bring a host of retail units to London’s iconic Centre Point is now underway.
A front-runner tipped to become the new Morrisons chief executive, Wesfamers’ Ian McLeod, has instead taken up a role in the US.
Sales at department store retailer John Lewis edged up 1.1% last week, held back by poor weather in Scotland and the north of England.
Retail Week’s cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on prospective candidates to take over Dalton Philips’ role at Morrisons.
The newly opened Morrisons in Weybridge does not feel like a standard Morrisons in spite of the use of its corporate colours.
Despite a gradually improving global picture retail in 2015 will still see a continuation of slow progress for many retail firms.
Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tesco and Morrisons are gearing up for a challenging year combatting discounters and changing shopping habits alike.