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Five years into the role, DFS chief executive Ian Filby is plotting the retailer’s multichannel future after overseeing its recent float.
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Executive editor George MacDonald and senior reporter Matthew Chapman’s thoughts on the week’s biggest retail stories.
Ferrero has extended the offer deadline to Thorntons’ remaining shareholders for a third time as it seeks to take full control of the retailer.
Tesco has been paid $61m (£39m) by MasterCard after settling in a multi-billion dollar legal dispute brought by retailers over credit card fees.
John Lewis recorded a sales surge for the week ending 25 July after furniture performed well and its clearance Sale ended well.
Asda finds an unlikely rival, Topshop shelves its skinny mannequins, Hermès gets an unwanted shareholder and Selfridges aims for the stars.
Australian tea specialist T2 has opened a small but beautiful store, its third in the UK, on London’s Regent Street.
Food is arguably the most important part of Christmas and retailers have upped their game this year in a bid to win over festive shoppers.
All retailers should take note of Amazon’s symbolic eclipse of Walmart to become the world’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation.
The retail industry has never been so focused on price, and as interest rates rise it will force businesses to be more dynamic.