Becky Waller-Davies is Retail Week’s senior reporter.
She joined the title in January 2016, covering fashion and department stores.
She previously worked as a reporter at The Lawyer.
The Co-op is teaming up with anti-knife crime organisation Steel Warriors to build 20 open-air gyms across the UK.
Marks & Spencer has long been a tale of two halves, with grocery on a seemingly unstoppable run while clothing and home floundered.
Richer Sounds founder Julian Richer is gifting control of the electricals business to staff, who are in line to receive significant cash bonuses.
Only three in every 100 retailers think their business model and customer proposition will remain relevant over the next five years.
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Luxury consignment business The RealReal has opened a new format, which focuses on expert services, on Madison Avenue, New York.
As Mike Ashley unveils plans to launch luxury HoF spin-off Frasers, the team discuss whether the Lonsdale tycoon can become the king of luxury.
Urban Outfitters’ collaborations with Laura Ashley and French Connection have filled the fashion pages of the broadsheets and glossy mags alike.
Superdry founder Julian Dunkerton’s recent coup resulted not just in his return to the retailer, but the resignation of his entire board. As he seeks to rebuild from scratch, we look at what skills and experience are needed for the perfect retail board.
Selfridges has become the first major British retailer to make own-brand food free of palm oil.
Walmart is exploring the possibility of exiting from Asda after the CMA blocked its merger with fellow big four grocer Sainsbury’s.
Recent retail IPOs have failed to live up to their potential – Watches of Switzerland boss Brian Duffy tells Retail Week why his group’s mooted float will break that run.