Don't miss this week
Etailier giant Amazon has released its first report into UK consumer trends and the top selling items of 2015 so far.
Retail news round-up on August 26, 2015: ASA dismisses Aldi’s complaint against Morrisons and John Lewis claims to knock Ikea off top spot.
Superdrug is launching a new baby range which will see the retailer offering ‘hundreds’ of new products in-store and online.
The Fragrance Shop has recorded a surge in sales and profits during the year as it continues its aggressive expansion plans.
High street pharmacies Tesco, Superdrug, Boots and Lloyds will be given access to patients’ medical records in a bid to ease pressure on family doctors.
Retail prices fell 1.4% in July compared with last year, marking the 27th consecutive month of retail price deflation.
In July there was growth across all categories except food as the poor weather hit grocery sales, according to the BRC-KPMG Retail sales Monitor.
Luxury department store Harvey Nichols has re-opened its Birmingham branch following a radical makeover that has seen it double in size.
In a world where one of the largest economies suffers a massive stock market plunge, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d woken up in 2008.
Happy belated Father’s Day to all dads. I hope your comedy socks survived their first wash. If not, there will be another pair next year.