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Asda is restructuring its management teams as it adapts to “unprecedented change” in the grocery industry, Retail Week can reveal.
Sales at John Lewis edged up last week driven by “healthy” performance in its ecommerce operation and homewares division.
Homebase gets Monty Don’s approval at the Chelsea Flower Show, Budgens is named top of the top-ups and drunk phone users become ‘appy shoppers.
Topps Tiles now makes more than half of its turnover from trade customers as the British public increasingly turns its back on DIY.
Kevin O’Byrne has said he is proud of his achievements at the DIY giant and is considering his next moves after leaving last week.
Topps Tiles has continued its strong UK growth, with half-year pre-tax profits up 13.8% to £9.1m after upgrading and rebranding stores.
Garden designer Adam Frost speaks to Retail Week about using Homebase plants in the garden, and the joint garden academy scheme.
Britain has fallen into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, driven by falling fuel costs and the grocery price war.
After fears of a dent in consumer confidence in the run-up to the election, the City was relieved to see April’s retail sales figures.
B&Q is wrong to have axed its in-store DIY classes – they gave normal people like me the impetus to have a go.