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La Senza’s administrators are set to shutter another 12 unprofitable stores, impacting 130 jobs.
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Argos predicts traditional toys will go head-to-head with their high-tech counterparts as it unveils its predictions for the top 13 Christmas toys.
Convenience retailer McColl’s has launched a loyalty scheme to boost sales and drive its understanding of shopping habits.
Currys and PC World has unveiled its top 10 predictions of what customers are expected to snap up this Christmas, with wearable tech high on the list.
Amazon is aiming to move one step closer to delivering packages by drones after it requested permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to test the aircrafts in Seattle.
Retail news round-up on July 11, 2014: Made.com introduces product scanning tech, Peacocks ‘Made in Britain’ top from India and Amazon seeks permission to test drones outdoors
'The topic of ICT agility is germane to my job day in, day out' – Julian Burnett, head of IT strategy & architecture and head of business process at John Lewis.
Retail Week and Talk Talk Business webinar on the benefits of IT legacy and data systems is now available to view on-demand.
The BCSC Educational Trust and the National Skills Academy for Retail have teamed up with Primark and Hammerson to launch a new apprenticeship. Retail Week takes a look at the project.
Opening in 2015, Mall of Scandinavia is hoping to draw in big brands and breathe life back into Sweden’s flagging retail market.
Facebook’s recent introduction of a ‘buy’ button, allowing users to buy advertised products without leaving the social network, is another step towards monetization of social networks.
Kiddicare’s success relies on the retailer re-engaging with parents whose love of the business was once at the heart of its proposition.