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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.
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The Co-op has launched a programme of price cuts that will total £100m this year as it bids to increase competitiveness against rivals.
Campaigners are planning to form a human chain on Oxford Street today to mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.
The number of people employed in retail increased 1.8% in the first quarter, driven by non-food store groups.
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality has confirmed it is in discussions to acquire stores from rival Bibby Retail Services.
Retail news round-up on April 24, 2014: Sports Direct eyes fresh incentive scheme arrangement, Co-op Food launches Fair and Square price campaign and more
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.