Becky Waller-Davies is Retail Week’s fashion reporter.
She joined the title in January 2016, covering fashion and department stores.
She previously worked as a reporter at The Lawyer.
Brands are increasingly cutting out the retail middlemen and selling direct to the consumer. How can retailers survive this growing retail phenomenon?
Superdry founder Julian Dunkerton has called on investors to back his reappointment to the board to ensure the strongest possible trading over the key Christmas period.
As Next reported a continued shift in sales from stores to online, Lord Wolfson set out potential future scenarios for the business that have implications for retail more widely.
Julian Dunkerton’s quest to return to the business he founded has been dealt a blow by influential shareholder advisory firm ISS.
Kingfisher has begun to lay the plans for its next chief executive appointment against a backdrop of falling profits.
Arcadia is the latest retail giant trying to re-engineer its flagging fortunes, exploring restructuring options in a bid to recapture some of its former prowess.
Sports Direct has reported Debenhams to the FCA for the way in which it has communicated the health of its finances to the market.
Hamleys boss Ralph Cunningham has abruptly departed the retailer and has been replaced by former House of Fraser finance chief Yong Shen.
Mike Ashley’s machinations continue with the mogul’s attempt to oust Debenhams’ board and appoint himself as chief executive.
After a full-year profits plunge, John Lewis Partnership (JLP) outlined how it plans to win through being different. We delve into its strategy.
Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin’s resignation was perhaps inevitable given the nature of the allegations surrounding him, but the thought of Ted without Ray is a strange one.