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Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe speaks exclusively to Retail Week about how the grocer is weathering torrid market conditions.
Sainsbury’s has extended its online clothing trial to London and the Southeast following the Midlands-based pilot.
Walgreens Boots Alliance has appointed George Fairweather as its global chief financial officer.
Carpetright has reported like-for-like sales up 7.5% in the UK in its third quarter following new Boxing Day offers.
Tesco is to close its e-book service Blinkbox Books after failing to find a buyer, following the sale of music streaming service Blinkbox Music.
Mothercare has reported like-for-likes rose 1.1% in the UK for its third quarter as it continues its plan to turn the business around.
Argos’s like-for-likes were flat for the 18 weeks to January 3 as Black Friday ‘significantly impacted’ the shape of sales over Christmas.
Primark has reported its sales were up 15% for the 16 weeks ending January 3, driven by increased selling space and high sales densities.
Tesco has become the first retailer to launch a Google Glass enabled service for its shopping app as wearable devices start to become more popular.
Sainsbury’s is to axe 500 head office and store support centre roles as part of plans to achieve £500m in cost savings.
This morning Dave Lewis posted Tesco’s Christmas trading and unveiled some first steps towards turning around the troubled giant.
Tesco has today revealed it has poached the highly-regarded Halfords boss Matt Davies to be its new UK chief executive.
Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe is adamant there will be a “return to equilibrium” in the performance of the big four and the discounters within two years.