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Aldi’s disruptive model has led to an historic structural shift in grocery. And it’s only just getting started.
Furniture Village has swung to a pre-tax profit of £1.6m for the year following a loss last year, on the back of improving margins.
John Lewis managing director Andy Street has ruled out opening stores abroad in order to invest in navigating a changing UK market.
Distinctive product and getting the model right is the key to global expansion, said Kingfisher chief executive Sir Ian Cheshire.
Made.com’s sales surged in its last financial year on the back of rapid web traffic growth and international launches in France and Italy.
Department store John Lewis’s clothing sales plunged 6.9% last week as the warm weather put people off buying autumn stock.
Young entrepreneur Ning Li was in his mid twenties, working as an investment banker, when he had an epiphany that led him to create Made.com.
On the day Scotland heads en masse to the polling booths, Retail Week rounds up how retail bosses expect Scottish independence will impact the retail industry and affect consumers.
A change of chief executive has tended to be seen as a sign of bad news in retailing lately, so why has Kingfisher’s share price risen today?
The impending departure of Kingfisher chief executive Sir Ian Cheshire is the latest instance of dramatic change in retail boardrooms.