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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.
Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
Halfords is setting up a pop-up tent shop at festivals Sonisphere and Camp Bestival this year so customers can collect orders on site.
IPO candidate Photobox Group has hired a UK managing director. Robert May joins from gambling site Betfair and will focus on mobile investment.
Card Factory has pushed the button on its IPO today, as it revealed it generated EBITDA of £80.4m last year.
Footfall across the long Easter weekend fell by double digits year on year despite brighter weather.
Wilkinson has rebranded all its stores to its Wilko fascia as it launches its new strapline, ‘where there’s a Wilko, there’s a way’.
Card Factory today confirmed its intention to float. Retail Week speaks to chief executive Richard Hayes about how he aims to grow the value greetings card retailer.
Follow all the reaction to Tesco’s full-year results with deputy editor Jennifer Creevy.
As Marks & Spencer’s clothing division achieved its best performance in three years, the focus on enhancing quality and style across womenswear and menswear is starting to pay off.
Marks & Spencer set out a new framework for apparel last year, built around a quality charter for customers, but has it worked?