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Waitrose has notched up a record grocery market share as its sales outperformed the market, the latest Kantar data showed.
Sales at John Lewis were “mixed” last week as a strong performance in the home category was offset by the impact of mild weather on apparel.
Debenhams has revealed a 20.6% slump in full-year group underlying pretax profits as deep January Sale promotions dented margins.
Retail sales volumes in September slipped 0.3% month on month as demand for fashion slumped in the unseasonably warm weather.
Homebase is to forge stronger links with sister retailer Argos as the DIY business transforms itself into a digital leader and prepares to close around a quarter of its stores.
Homebase boss Paul Loft is stepping down as the retailer seeks to reduce its number of stores by a quarter after a strategic review by parent Home Retail.
Cookware retailer Steamer Trading Cookshop has opened its first mall store in Bluewater shopping centre. Retail Week pays a visit.
Like-for-like sales in September decreased by 2.1% in the weakest performance since December 2008 as weather played havoc with demand.
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.