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The Carphone Warehouse is to license out its specialist IP, systems and services to retailers and businesses.
US furniture giant Williams-Sonoma is poised to launch an assault on the UK market and is actively seeking sites for its famous Pottery Barn fascia, Retail Week can reveal.
The UKTI has agreed a tie-up with Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba to help UK retailers launch on its TMall platform, the country’s equivalent of Amazon.
Upmarket department store Fortnum & Mason is to open its first international store in the world’s tallest skyscraper in Dubai.
Burberry has appealed against a decision by the China Trademark Office to cancel trademark protection for its distinctive tartan pattern for leather goods in the country.
The Dublin department store Clerys has emerged from disaster with a new lease of life and is embarking on the next chapter in its history.
Macy’s - ever the mobile innovator - is trialling a service that uses Bluetooth location-sensing technology.
The stockmarket had been softened up for bad news on Q3 sales, so, with no profit warning today, Tesco’s shares have rallied.
The recent announcement that Carrefour is seeking to acquire the malls that surround more than 100 of its hypermarkets, is a reversal of the previous management’s intention to sell off many of the group’s European property assets to fund overseas expansion.