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The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce will be released on Friday – here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
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WHSmith’s full-year pre-tax profits rose 9% despite a 3% like-for-like sales dip and the retailer is raising its high street cost savings target.
Paperchase chief executive Timothy Melgund plans to retain a stake in the retailer as the company’s private equity owner gears up for a sale.
Value retailer Home Bargains pretax profits jumped in the year to June 30 as it plots expansion outside of its northern heartland.
Retail news round-up on October 14, 2014: Amazon to recruit 1,000 new staff, Tesco expected to suspend more senior staff, and Tesco director compiles list of successors to chairman.
Paperchase’s owner Primary Capital is considering a £150m sale of the business after being approached by several bidders.
WHSmith may be the butt of sarky humour but there is little doubting the retailer’s prowess after it reported a 9% surge in profits.
Like-for-like sales in September decreased by 2.1% in the weakest performance since December 2008 as weather played havoc with demand.
Viewers are asked to ‘choose a life less ordinary’ in Notonthehighstreet.com’s new ad campaign.
The impending departure of Kingfisher chief executive Sir Ian Cheshire is the latest instance of dramatic change in retail boardrooms.