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Waitrose has notched up a record grocery market share as its sales outperformed the market, the latest Kantar data showed.
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Asda is facing mass legal action over equal pay by female store workers, and the outcome is expected to have implications for the whole sector.
Pets at Home has posted first-half like-for-like sales growth of 4.2% as its loyalty scheme and vets’ practices performed well.
Retail news round-up on October 24, 2014: Amazon posts third-quarter loss; Apple to open 15 stores in China; H&M celebrates 10 years of designer collaborations
Amazon’s operating loss spiralled to $544m (£338m) for its third quarter after being hit by a write-down of costs associated with its smartphone.
French electronics firm Darty is offering customers a button in their home that puts them through to the its helpdesk within 60 seconds.
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.
Lovehoney’s advertising campaign showed that whilst TV-viewing habits are changing, some of the rules of retail advertising remain the same.
Traditional schemes may be under strain but loyalty programmes can still give retailers an advantage.