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Millennials aren’t feeling it. Middle England is shopping around. Can the retailer shake itself up?
Recovery in full-price sales raises prospect for debt refinance of discount retailer
UK ecommerce group announces changes to share structure as it seeks to move up to LSE’s premium segment
In a fast emerging market, the UK’s oldest mills are spinning with potential
Margins squeezed despite rising prices for foldable bikes as company struggles to secure raw materials
Online fashion retailer says costs from Brexit and supply chain problems will hit margins
Ken Murphy warns of ‘bumps’ in supply chain but said stock levels have improved
Capital spending to be higher than forecast as UK group works on a new US distribution centre
Five-round process to take place on Saturday, rules UK’s Takeover Panel
Action needed now ‘to save the industry under Brexit rules’, say hospitality business leaders
Narrow product range means discount chain has been less affected by supply chain disruption
Firm showed ‘serious lack of competence’ in its work on collapsed UK café chain, says Financial Reporting Council
DIY specialist cautions that sales will fall as reopening of economy shifts spending patterns
Retailer allocates more than £20m to tech fund focused on consumer industry start-ups
August’s 0.9% decline misses forecast of 0.5% increase and raises concern for pace of UK recovery
Group axed the payout last year for the first time since 1953 after the pandemic ravaged profits
Manchester-based ecommerce group raises prospect of listings for other businesses
Online supermarket estimates further £5m hit arising from shortage of delivery drivers
UK sportswear retailer boosted by online spending and increased demand after lockdowns ended
Retailers and food supplier Bakkavor are latest to sound alarm over lack of truck drivers in UK
Regulator steps in after neither of the two rival consortiums pursuing the UK supermarket group declare their offers final
Supply chain bottlenecks expected to result in narrower product ranges and less discounting
Chief executive needs to reposition the brand with a clothing range that customers would rush to buy
Chief operating and strategy officers are the latest to leave UK supermarket group
BRC warns rising wages and costs will bring long period of subdued prices to an end