By Planet Retail2013-04-05T07:00:00+01:00
Multi-format operator Falabella’s chief executive Juan Benavides Feliú is to step down. According to the retailer’s supervisory board, Feliú is to leave with “immediate effect”. No reasons for the exit were given.
As the retail sector finds its feet again in the months following reopening, which shops are the industry’s leaders most excited to get back to? Retail Week asks retail CEOs what their favourite stores are and why.
As anyone who follows me on Twitter will know, I’ve long questioned the point of autonomous vehicles. If anyone knows the answer, feel free to tweet me. But it seems the concept of driverless vehicles is something we’ve all recently had to come to terms with, in a different way.
Many retail businesses are intrinsically linked to and even defined by their founders, but what happens when it comes time for that person to stand aside? Retail Week looks at past successes and failures and what needs to be put in place to ensure the process goes smoothly.
With both Tesco and Superdry pulling out of international ventures on the same day, Retail Week asks whether UK retail is scaling back its global ambitions.
The coronavirus crisis will wipe $2.1trn (£1.7trn) off of global retail sales in 2020, new data has predicted.
The coronavirus outbreak has sparked fears and headlines worldwide since emerging in the Chinese city of Wuhan at the start of the year.
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