Luke Tugby is deputy editor at Retail Week.
Luke joined the title in January 2015, covering the grocery and property sectors.
He previously worked as a senior news reporter at the Southern Daily Echo in Southampton and the head of editorial at the Andover Advertiser.
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Sainsbury’s Argos executives Mark Steel and Gary Kibble are both leaving the business, Retail Week can reveal.
Sir Philip Green’s overseas assets could be plundered by The Pensions Regulator as it bids to secure payments promised to the Arcadia pension scheme.
Tesco is preparing to fire the starting gun on an ambitious expansion plan in Thailand that will see it open 750 convenience stores over the next three years.
Online shopping will account for more than half of all retail sales in the UK within the next 10 years, new research has predicted.
Sainsbury’s under-pressure boss Mike Coupe has been unanimously backed by the grocer’s shareholders, despite suffering a bruising AGM.
Asda is to launch 30-minute grocery deliveries after extending its tie-up with Just Eat.
This week, the team discusses the predicament of Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe as shareholders vote on his £3.9m pay packet following poor results and the failed Asda merger.
Dixons Carphone is to axe 140 jobs across its central functions as boss Alex Baldock ramps up his transformation plans.
As the clock ticks into a pivotal month for the future of the UK and its economy, retailers could be forgiven for feeling far from optimistic.
Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe has lamented the timing of Brexit and insisted “you couldn’t choose a worse date” than October 31 for Britain to leave the EU.