Don't miss this week
Poundland is a much-loved value retailer with around 800 UK stores, mostly on the high street. Sound familiar?
Independent retailer Oliver Bonas has become the first UK high street employer to bring the living wage into force.
John Lewis sales tumbled 5.9% to £71.96m last week as the department store group was hit by warm weather and tough comparables.
Furniture Village has recorded a surge in profits for the year and cleared its bank debts as it gears up to relaunch its website.
West Elm will open a shop-in-shop in John Lewis’s newly refurbished home department at its flagship Oxford Street store.
Retailers could be set for a bank holiday boost this weekend after British consumers had an extra £17 a week to spend in July.
Next’s interpretation of big-box retailing on the Longwater retail park in Norwich shows edge-of-town development at its best.
The Original Factory Shop chief executive Tony Page has lofty ambitions for a retailer that he has dubbed a “well-kept secret”.
The dog days of August bring a good opportunity to ponder retail performance ahead of the peak trading period and WHSmith should do well.
Retail SMEs across the country are making use of Amazon Marketplace, eBay and myHermes for their business needs.