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Mamas & Papas is pursuing a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) as an alternative to administration. We look at how retailers have used the controversial tactic and what happened
Home Retail Group’s shareholder Taube Hodson Stonex Partners has vetoed a sell-off of the Homebase business.
Consumer confidence increased three points to 1 in August, confirming that sentiment has stabilised in the last few months.
John Lewis and Waitrose sales jumped last week due to the colder weather and bank holiday weekend.
There is no sign of the blue aliens that usually crop up in Argos ads in the campaign supporting its first home and furniture ‘power brand’.
Heavy rain over the bank holiday made it a washout for retailers as shoppers opted to stay indoors rather than visit the high street.
Shop windows try to grab shoppers’ gaze and framing merchandise is a striking way of doing so. Retail Week looks at John Lewis and H&M’s efforts.
Crispin Reed, managing director Europe at Fusion Learning compares the customer experience offered by Folksy.com and Indesit.com.
BrightHouse’s appointment of adviser Rothschild last week suggests the run of retail IPOs may not have dried up just yet.
Retailers must ensure that their store staff can put their ideas forward as getting feedback from the shopfloor can only improve a business.