By George MacDonald, Becky Waller-Davies, Roland Bodenham2016-11-08T16:25:00+00:00
We reflect on Steve Rowe’s comments about how he intends to turn around Marks & Spencer’s fashion fortunes.
Promotional research for Braze and Okta, by Megan Dunsby
Marks & Spencer has parted ways with former fashion boss Jill McDonald after less than two years. Retail Week looks at what the retailer can do to turn its flagging fashion brand around.
Marks & Spencer fashion boss Jill McDonald is leaving the business, less than two years after joining from Halfords.
Arcadia is wielding the axe on 170 head office jobs as Sir Philip Green’s fashion group ramps up its turnaround efforts.
Throughout December, we tell the story of the year through our must-read deep dives, interviews, rankings and special reports
For its word of the year in 2022, the Collins English Dictionary has selected permacrisis – a term that defines “an extended period of instability and uncertainty”.
2022-11-03T05:00:00ZPromotional research for Zebra Technologies, by James Knowles
International growth and expansion will form a central component of growth strategies in 2023, the bosses of Under Armour, River Island, U.S. Polo Assn. and Primark have told Retail Week
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