Emily Hardy is a senior reporter at Retail Week.
Emily joined the title in 2016 and covers the DIY & home, electricals and entertainment beat. She writes news, analysis and features and enjoys being on camera.
Emily’s interests include new store formats, mergers & acquisitions and the theatre of retail.
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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.
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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).
Superdry’s shares took a tumble after store sales struggled in its most recent quarter.
With footfall in decline, high streets and shopping centres are under pressure. But technologies to help mitigate this are advancing at a rate of knots.
At the opening of Smiggle’s biggest-ever store on Oxford Street, boss John Cheston speaks about the retailer’s “unwavering” commitment to bricks and mortar in the UK and why it’s “a bit like Beatlemania”.
Tapi is speaking with Carpetright’s landlords in the hope of snapping up a clutch of the retailer’s stores that are subject to rent reductions under the terms of its impending CVA.
DFS boss Ian Filby tells Retail Week what’s in store for furniture retailers and explains how the sofa firm is working to navigate the “moribund” market.
Dixons Carphone’s top team has transformed beyond recognition as a mass exodus has paved the way for a fresh start at the retailer.
The new boss of Dixons Carphone, Alex Baldock, has set about making his mark on the electricals business, starting with a restructure of its leadership teams, Retail Week can reveal.
Carpetright has today revealed that it expects to report full-year pre-tax losses in the region of £7m to £9m.
Sainsbury’s has lifted the lid on the details of its proposed merger with Walmart-owned Asda – a landmark deal that will create a supermarket powerhouse with more than 2,800 stores.