Grace is a reporter for Retail Week.
She covers a variety of sectors including value, sports & leisure, health & beauty and lingerie, as well as wider technology developments across retail.
She is interested in new appointments, store formats and how retailers are keeping pace with the myriad of technological developments across the industry, from their boardrooms to shop floors.
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Former directors of collapsed electricals chain Comet, including WHSmith’s upcoming chief executive Carl Cowling, face legal action from liquidators.
After Dixons Carphone revealed shrinking full-year profits today, the team discuss what boss Alex Baldock needs to do to get customers calling into the retailer again.
Chinese ecommerce titan JD.com made a record-breaking $29.2bn (£23.2bn) in sales during its annual 6.18 shopping festival, bolstered by orders from smaller cities.
Superdrug has recorded a decline in full-year profits, but boss Peter MacNab said he was “pleased with the company’s performance in challenging times”.
John Lewis is launching a beauty recycling trial for select loyalty programme members in a bid to up its sustainability credentials.
After Arcadia’s CVA was finally approved, the team discuss if the fashion group’s plan will work and is Sir Philip Green the right person to lead the retailer back to the top?
Quiz has cut ties with German etail marketplace Zalando after return rates selling via the platform rocketed.
Debenhams has confirmed that it has received a legal challenge to its CVA from Sports Direct, which boss Terry Duddy has slammed as “an unnecessary distraction”.
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Labour peer Lord Hain has again used parliamentary privilege to reveal allegations of “hundreds of grievances cases” raised against Sir Philip Green.
The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into JD Sports over its £90m acquisition of Footasylum.