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Shop prices are being driven down by falling prices of non-food items after aggressive promotions across clothing and DIY.
More than 3m sq ft of new retail space is expected to be created in London’s West End over the next two years as stores aim to cash in on booming tourism.
Tesco has continued its board shake up with the exit of another non-executive director and the apointment of Unilever’s Byron Grote.
Retail news round-up on March 4, 2015: Morrisons ex-treasurer sentenced; Shop prices fall; Poundland to change branding; and more.
The former treasurer and head of tax at supermarket giant Morrisons has been jailed for a year after pleading guilty to insider trading.
What’s in a name? In the case of upmarket northern grocer Booths’ first ever chief executive Chris Dee, the answer is “plenty”.
Thorntons chief executive Jonathan Hart has refused to blame reduced orders from supermarkets for the retailer’s tumbling profits.
In light of management changes across the sector, it should be noted that change is an unpredictable but inherent part of the retail world.
The chocolatier’s efforts to turn itself into an FMCG business have turned soft as a Belgian truffle but its brand is still strong.