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Card Factory boss Richard Hayes has said the retailer is open to acquisitions and believes it is in a “reasonable” financial position to make them.
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Morrisons has announced it will stop using its Intelligent Queue Management (iQM) technology in its stores from today.
Dutch DIY chain Maxeda is rolling out more than 1,300 till systems which integrate video technology in order to push promotions.
Superdry has introduced transactional in-store iPads in all of its stores as it seeks to link up the online and in-store experiences.
Argos this week launched jewellery that can be customised using 3D printing, an idea that was developed in its innovation lab.
Google is entering the bricks-and-mortar retail space with a ‘shop in shop’ concept that it is launching in partnership with Dixons Carphone.
In the first of our quarterly sentiment analysis reports, Retail Week assesses the mindset of the UK’s foremost retail bosses.
Currys PC World and Google have teamed up, using a London store as a template to create an engaging retail experience for customers.
The launch of Apple Watch will have a big impact on three specific areas, but will cause the biggest waves within the mobile payment sector.
Will stores that are teched-up to the iBeacons appear any different to the customer? Maybe not if New York is anything to go by.