Asda and Sainsbury’s management received a grilling from MPs during a parliamentary committee, but consumers are unfazed by the mega-merger, new research suggests.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is one of the world’s leading hotel companies and employs more than 375,000 people across the globe.
On this week’s episode of The Retail Week, the team discuss the positive results from B&M and Mountain Warehouse and ask, has the death of the store been overhyped?
John Lewis will open a 165,000 sq ft department store to anchor the £1.4bn redevelopment of Croydon town centre.
The new boss of Dixons Carphone, Alex Baldock, pulled no punches this week when he slammed his predecessor and issued a profit warning.
Wesfarmers, which bought Homebase two years ago, has disposed of the ailing DIY firm for just £1 following its disastrous attempt to launch Bunnings in the UK.
Very and Littlewoods owner Shop Direct swung to a loss in its third-quarter after it booked £100m to pay PPI claims.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has taken a swipe at Next after the retailer requested the implementation of a so-called ‘CVA clause’.
Ikea has parked plans for a superstore in Preston and reported plunging full-year profits.
This week marks the UK debut of ÏD Kids and Retail Week had an exclusive first look at the store, next to ailing Mothercare in Southside shopping centre, London.
BrightHouse hasn’t been far from the headlines since it came under the scrutiny of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).