Becky Waller-Davies was Retail Week’s senior reporter until July 2019.
She joined the title in January 2016, covering fashion and department stores.
She previously worked as a reporter at The Lawyer.
As the two remaining candidates for the Conservative Party leadership both pledge to leave the EU on October 31 come what may, retailers are growing increasingly anxious about the Halloween deadline.
This week, the team discusses the predicament of Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe as shareholders vote on his £3.9m pay packet following poor results and the failed Asda merger.
Primark sales have risen thanks to new space as like-for-likes declined over the past three quarters.
Superdry has hired the former chief financial officers of M&S and New Look to its board.
As Instagram sets out its plans to move from social to shopping, we ask if the platform can be retail’s next big sales channel?
Philip Day, owner of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, has put a deadline on his his offer to buy Bonmarché over concerns about its ability to operate as a going concern.
This week Boots opened its flagship “store of the future” in central London. The team discuss whether it is enough to turn around the fortunes of the high street stalwart.
Half of shoppers are less likely to visit a checkout-free store despite their growing popularity.
Despite their recent surge in popularity for cash-strapped retailers, CVAs are known to be a notoriously unreliable way of saving a business.
River Island’s appointment of Will Kernan as chief executive struck an unexpected note last week.
The UK consumer spending growth rate will be at its slowest in six years during 2019, ratcheting up pressure on retailers.
The head of The Pensions Regulator Charles Counsell is to be questioned by the Work and Pensions Committee over the watchdog’s deal with Arcadia owner Sir Philip Green.