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Courier firm Yodel has suspended collections from distribution hubs after an unprecedented surge in demand following Black Friday.
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Retailers are banking on a last-minute shopper rush for seasonal success after Black Friday disrupted shopping patterns in the golden quarter.
Black Friday propelled the biggest increase in retail sales in more than a decade as sales rose in November 6.4% year on year.
Dixons Carphone will up the stakes against John Lewis by extending its free warranty proposition as it seeks to double the value of the company.
Danish value retailer Tiger is preparing to open four new stores in the South of England and three elsewhere in the UK.
Amazon sellers are facing huge potential losses after a computer error caused thousands of items to be sold on the site for just 1p.
Thanks to Black Friday, the BRC sales monitor reveals a strong performance in November, but some sectors continue to struggle.
Tesco has warned its profits for the full financial year will not exceed £1.4bn, well below the £1.8bn to £2.2bn initially expected.
This year’s golden quarter is set to be another nail-biter as Black Friday and last-minute shoppers make Christmas sales evermore uncertain.
When Wilf Walsh was appointed chief executive of Carpetright a few eyebrows were raised but things are looking up under his watch.