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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
Burberry chief executive Christopher Bailey has pocketed more than £5m from selling shares in the luxury retailer yesterday.
Marc Jacobs is opening a pop-up ‘tweet shop’ in Covent Garden next week where transactions will be based on social media interaction rather than cash.
Selfridges has taken the first steps to launching its ‘ultra-luxury’ Wonder Room online by selling Cartier on its website from this week.
Net-a-Porter boss Mark Sebba has revealed he is set to retire, ending more than a decade at the luxury online retailer.
Retail news round-up on July 14, 2014: House of Fraser creates new head of SEO role, Net-a-Porter accused of not paying enough tax, Bestway boss to become preferred bidder for Co-op Pharmacies and more
Gatwick Airport is the latest airport to undergo a retail revamp and demonstrates the growing importance of a strong trade offer in travel hubs.
Tony Sheridan, managing director of Craft Retail Group speaks to Retail Week about the retailer launching in the US and his proudest achievement.
It appears that luxury brands are finally realising that online is a channel that cannot be ignored as Cartier has made the move to trade on Selfridges’ website.
As online retail become increasingly popular retailers must provide an in-store offer that can’t be experienced on a computer or smartphone.