By George MacDonald, Gemma Goldfingle, Liam Chennells, John Beaumont2018-08-24T05:00:00+01:00
Luxury fashion specialist Farfetch has announced plans to list shares on the New York stock exchange and has been valued at $6bn. Is this valuation justified or just farfetched?
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“I dreamt of Farfetch for the love of fashion,” Farfetch founder José Neves writes in a letter included in the business’s IPO prospectus.
However it trades over Christmas, Marks Spencer should start the new year with some extra spring in its step.
Ted Baker was hit by scandal last week when it emerged that staff had launched a petition alleging that boss Ray Kelvin’s behaviour was inappropriate.
2018-11-20T06:00:00ZPaid for post by Springboard, by Isobel Chillman
Springboard marketing and insights director Diane Wehrle provides an analysis of this year’s consumer footfall data.
As Retail Week marks its 30th birthday, we hear from eight industry luminaries about the biggest game changers for the sector in the last 30 years and what they see on the horizon that will transform retail.
As claims of alleged sexual harassment and racist abuse stack up against Sir Philip Green, the team discuss whether his Arcadia empire can survive his personal crisis.
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