Campaigning has been rather subdued this week and rightly so. Last Friday’s tragic events at London Bridge threw the yah-booery of politics as usual into sharp relief.
David Potts has done an outstanding job in reviving the fortunes of Morrisons after the supermarket lost its way during the Dalton Phillips era.
Our latest research has highlighted the ongoing failure of the UK’s biggest businesses to recognise the need for diverse talent at the top levels, with the total number of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) board members virtually flatlining over the past year .
Alibaba’s Tmall platform has been heralded as the gateway to sell to the Chinese consumer, but many notable British brands have left it in recent years. Retail Week looks into why.
As Aldi launches in China, Carrefour is scaling back. The French retail giant is the latest in a long line of big international retailers to dial down their presence in the Chinese market.
The best of global retail was celebrated last night at the World Retail Awards, held at the World Retail Congress in Amsterdam.