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Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent is facing further pressure after it has emerged the grocer’s board dismissed warnings from its own auditor about how it was accounting for commercial deals with suppliers.
Debenhams has taken inspiration from supermarket displays for its Oxford Street flagship store’s windows.
Moss Bros’s revamp has helped attract a younger customer as the retailer ups its multichannel credentials with the launch of delivery service Moss Premier.
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Preppy fashion retailer Jack Wills unveiled plans to expand in the Far East as it revealed sales and EBITDA growth in its full year to February 2.
Tesco shocked the City yesterday by revealing it had discovered pre-tax profits for the last six months have been overstated by £250m. The accounting issues relate to commercial income – any money that exchanges hands between suppliers and Tesco. Why has there been no investigation by the grocery watchdog?
Ao.com’s founder John Roberts tells Retail Week why maintaining the etailer’s culture is more important than its share price.
Viewers are asked to ‘choose a life less ordinary’ in Notonthehighstreet.com’s new ad campaign.
With ecommerce becoming increasingly prevalent, luxury retailers must improve their online and delivery service or risk losing their customers.