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Asda is bringing back its famous pocket tap in a new TV ad, but bosses say it marks a “new chapter” of its brand.
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Discounter Lidl is considering a move into ecommerce in a bid to continue its rapid UK growth and steal further market share from its rivals.
Waitrose boss Mark Price has warned that Britain’s biggest supermarkets could face disaster if the price war continues to escalate.
Former Majestic Wine boss Steve Lewis took home close to £1m during his final year at the retailer, including a £416,000 payoff.
Marks & Spencer plans to extend its click-and-collect offer to over 100 of its Simply Food franchise stores by the end of September.
Retail news round-up on July 6, 2015: Lidl considers moving online, Paperchase deal edges closer and SuperGroup and AO World both set their sights on overseas markets.
The evolution of mobile has seen retailers move on from straightforward apps and mobile sites to look at using mobile in other ways.
With Wimbledon fortnight in full flow, stores in the area embraced have embraced the tournament and are serving up a tennis feast.
The fruits of Dave Lewis’ labours are starting to show, but challenges will continue to come thick and fast for the supermarket
Thorntons, which began life a century ago, could recapture its former glories under Ferrero but a deal may hit its store estate.