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The new high streets minster has dismissed calls for a “Tesco tax” but said an extension to Sunday trading rules must be explored.
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Retail news round-up on July 30, 2014: Amazon launches 3D-printing store, Co-op staff protest over in-store radio
Snack foods etailer Graze.com is holding a ‘Silicon Valley-style’ data knowledge sharing event tonight with retailers including Asos and Ocado due to attend.
Tesco chief information officer for internet retailing Carl Dawson is to join Marks & Spencer as IT director.
More than $16bn (£9.4bn) was wiped off the value of Amazon last night as it posted a net loss of $126m (£74.2m) in the three months to June 30.
Fortnum & Mason has appointed Whistles IT and logistics director David Mold as its first chief information officer.
'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 retail technology industry is full of small, fast-growth technology companies that could help retailers solve some of the challenges and problems of a multichannel world. Retail Week is highlighting some of the best.
M&S poached Tesco’s Carl Dawson to become its new IT director. Retail Week looks at what he needs to focus on in his new role.
Tesco’s new chief executive Dave Lewis will need to bring to an understanding of how to reconnect customers with the retailer’s brand.
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.