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Mary Portas talks about her new book ‘Shop Girl’, her roots in retail and the health of the industry in an interview with George MacDonald.
Travis Perkins’ consumer arm, which largely consists of Wickes, has reported its adjusted operating profit increased 22.7% to £77m.
Topps Tiles has hired Poundland and Maplin boss Darren Shapland as chairman to replace Michael Jack who is retiring in March.
DFS has set a price range of 245p to 310p per share, which will value it at around £585m when it floats on the stock exchange next month.
Retail sales growth slumped in February to its lowest level for more than a year as heavy discounting by grocers hit shopping activity.
Retail news round-up on February 20, 2015: Waitrose beats Aldi to be named named best supermarket, Fat Face talks about its cloud-based ecommerce website and more
Ao.com has issued a profit warning as it predicts profits will be “slightly lower than anticipated”. Here’s the analysts’ view.
The rate of CPI inflation dropped to 0.3% in January according to ONS figures, the lowest level since its records began.
As new Kingfisher chief executive Véronique Laury prepares to post full-year figures in just over a month’s time, the pressure is on.
An online presence allows retailers to better cater to their customers by communicating with them quickly and effectively.