Luke Tugby is 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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Reiss has posted a jump in Christmas sales as its private equity owner Warburg Pincus seeks a buyer for the chain.
Many predicted that Mike Coupe would depart Sainsbury’s in the wake of its failed bid to merge with Asda, and today he called time on his six years at the helm, passing the reins over to the supermarket’s retail and operations boss Simon Roberts.
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Dixons Carphone has been forced to re-issue its Christmas trading update after a clerical error in its original filing.
Eve Sleep has broken even for the first time during the fourth quarter of its financial year as it remained on track to slash losses.
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Spar has recorded an increase in sales during the crucial Christmas trading period as its focus on availability and fresh categories bore fruit.
Moss Bros has hailed “good progress” with its strategy despite a fall in sales during the second half of its financial year.
Halfords has maintained its full-year profit guidance after clocking up a “solid” sales performance during the golden quarter.
Asda is to launch its first “sustainability store” as part of efforts to crack down on the amount of plastic it uses in its supermarkets.
Holland & Barrett has posted a jump in festive sales as its clean beauty and vitamins categories drove growth.