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Marks & Spencer has suffered a further erosion of fashion market share, the latest Kantar fashion retail data has shown.
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B&Q hopes to reinvent the warehouse store by rationalising its offer and introducing same-day click-and-collect within two years.
Dixons Carphone’s new in-store price comparison tool Pin Point brings customers into its shops, according to marketing director Julian Diment.
RadioShack plans to launch Apple’s mobile payments service across 900 US stores this week, with a roll-out planned for next year.
Asda will use an augmented reality app to bring to life an in-store monster hunt it is running this Halloween.
Jaeger is embarking on a new ecommerce strategy to support growth, including a plan to ship items from its stores within the next 12 months.
The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce has been announced. Here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
Artificial intelligence is being experimented with in point-of-sale displays by a team from Queen Mary University and a digital agency.
To beacon or not to beacon, that is the question. As retailers roll out beacon technology, is it really enriching the customer experience?
EBay research shows multichannel technology is where UK retailers both see the future of retail and feel they are under-investing.