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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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SuperGroup has become the latest fashion retailer to warn on profits after the unseasonably warm weather September and October.
Theo Paphitis-owned retailer Robert Dyas will launch its first ever brand-building TV advertising campaign in the run-up to Christmas.
During the recession shoppers made a big effort to avoid wasting food – a trend which has persisted since the downturn ended.
Tesco has become the first UK supermarket to sign a public pledge to support armed forces personnel as part of a “corporate covenant”.
The Government has said that business rates assessments from 2017 onwards will be based on a property’s rental value on April 1, 2015.
An Argos store is not an obvious place for a gig, but nonetheless the retailer is putting on events with acts including Katy B and Eliza Doolittle.
It’s a sign of the closeness of Asos’s top directors, the chief executive and finance boss, that they are often referred to simply as the Nicks.
As Halloween and other festivities approach, Japan and China’s online retail sector has experienced unprecedented levels of activity.
Dulux’s latest series of advertisements harness social media and storytelling, creating an experimental and emotive campaign.