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John Lewis announced over the weekend it is to launch a £100,000 technology start-up incubator, JLab, in a bid to find the next big idea in retail.
Under pressure Mulberry has undergone an executive team shake up as it hires Louis Vuiton executive Steven Newey to lead its commercial activities.
Iconic London department store Liberty has reported a 7% rise in full year sales.
Retail news round-up on February 13, 2014: Morrisons boss rallies troops for turnaround, Karen Millen to launch Knightsbridge flagship, Harrods mulls overseas expansion and more
Premium footwear retailer French Sole is to open its first store outside of London in the Victoria Quarter in Leeds.
Etailer My-Wardrobe has vowed to stop discounting and has refocused its product to its core customer as it makes a raft of new appointments.
Retailers’ performances varied widely at Christmas. Rebecca Thomson looks at the festive period’s winners and losers.
Located on Ometesando, one of Tokyo’s most prestigious retail boulevards, Pass the Baton (PTB) premiumises second-hand products through emotive storytelling.
This week it was revealed that Versace, the Italian luxury fashion brand, is selling a 20% stake to Blackstone, the US private equity firm, for $287 million.
Across the retail sector a lot of effort is going into finding creative ways of using technology to create new customer experiences.