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As John Lewis celebrates 150 years since the first store opened on London’s Oxford Street, Retail Week dips into the archives.
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The Co-op has launched a programme of price cuts that will total £100m this year as it bids to increase competitiveness against rivals.
Campaigners are protesting this afternoon on Oxford Street to mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.
Campaigners are planning to form a human chain on Oxford Street today to mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.
Retail news round-up on April 24, 2014: Sports Direct eyes fresh incentive scheme arrangement, Co-op Food launches Fair and Square price campaign and more
Primark is confident it will succeed where many UK retailers have failed in cracking America as it plots launching there next year.
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As Primark reveals its plans to make its Stateside debut with a store in Boston in 2015, Retail Week takes a look at how British retailers have fared across the pond.
‘Born in Bombay, conceived in Tokyo’ - Obataimu is a fashionable boutique in South Mumbai based on two key concepts: Otaku and Takumi.
Primark is at the forefront of efforts to build sustainable partnerships with suppliers, a year on from the Rana Plaza tragedy.
Primark’s move into the US should not be compared with previous UK retailers’ entry and subsequent failures in that market.