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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Property fund M&G has banned all withdrawals, blaming Brexit and the retail downturn for the decision.
Dunelm has said it expects full-year profits to come in “higher than previous expectations” after a period of “strong sales growth”.
Joules has posted an increase in sales during the first half of its financial year despite suffering what it called a “challenging” September.
M&S Simply Food has wrestled back its crown as the UK’s favourite retailer, according to exclusive data from consultancy OC&C.
It has been another tumultuous few days on the rollercoaster ride that is the Ocado share price.
Just 5% of deals being pushed by UK retailers over the Black Friday period will offer genuine discounts, according to a study by Which?
Alibaba has kick-started the sale of 500 million shares as part of the Chinese retail group’s plan to raise HK$100bn (£10bn) through a Hong Kong listing.
Naked Wines founder and boss Rowan Gormley is to step down following the Christmas trading period and the sale of its Majestic business.
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Sainsbury’s has launched a concession tie-up with Fat Face as it ramps up efforts to bring third-party retailers and services into its larger stores.
Grocery retailers have been urged to stop charging more for loose fruit and vegetables and to scrap ‘use by’ dates on produce in a bid to tackle food waste.
Primark has posted an increase in full-year profits and set its sights on further international expansion, despite declining like-for-like sales.
Asda has claimed that fewer than 1,000 of its staff are yet to sign new contracts and hit back at “misinformation” surrounding the number of undecided employees.