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La Senza’s administrators are set to shutter another 12 unprofitable stores, impacting 130 jobs.
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Lidl has revealed the amount of corporation tax it pays in the UK for the first time. It paid “more than £25m” in 2013.
New chief executive, Dave Lewis, is expected to undertake a root and branch review of the Tesco brand in a bid to re-engage customers.
Marks & Spencer has laid down plans to bolster its presence in the Middle East with ten new stores set to open in Saudi Arabia by April next year.
Karl Albrecht, the German entrepreneur who co-founded Aldi in the 1960s alongside his brother Theo, died last Wednesday at the age of 94.
As Philip Clarke’s three years as Tesco chief executive come to an end, Retail Week pinpoints the seminal moments of his tenure.
In terms of untapped retail potential, China holds untold opportunities, but itís also among the most difficult international markets to crack.
Karl Albrecht, the reclusive German co-founder of Aldi, died last Wednesday (July 16) at the age of 94.
The big grocers are all looking to reconnect with customers as sales decline. Retail Week takes a look at whether anti-corporate sentiment is affecting the supermarkets.
In the era of the agile consumer, peoples’ lives have been transformed by technology. We think in the now, are open to novelty and innovation and will act quickly if bored, frustrated or enticed.
I recently watched a US episode of TV’s Undercover Boss and in it a boss of a large car manufacture was shocked by what he found.