Options are limited for ASOS following a poor end to 2018.
Laura Ashley is reportedly set to further reduce the number of UK stores as it concentrates on expanding its presence in Asia.
There’s a good reason why Next, despite having over 500 UK stores, is considered a better bet to survive the mid-market shake-out than its rivals – it didn’t make foolhardy property deals tying itself to long-term leases.
Sporting goods retailer Decathlon USA has deployed a fully-autonomous inventory robot, developed by Simbe Robotics, at its recently opened store in San Francisco, California.
E-sports are intense affairs, and few e-sports get more intense than Super Smash Bros., the latest iteration of which is the chaotic four-player beat-em-up headed for the Nintendo Switch on December 7th.
Consumers prize value for money and low prices ahead of all other factors when buying food prep items. And improvements to retailers’ own-brand ranges mean they can offer this as well as quality and design that are comparable to some brands.
To remain competitive, brands need to ensure their products are innovative and communicate what sets their products apart.
In a trading update for the 16 week period from 11 August to 1 December, Ted Baker announced it has appointed an independent law firm Herbert Smith Freehills LLP to conduct an external investigation into the complaints about the forced hugging in the company.
Walgreen and Kroger are bolstering their partnership by expanding their exploratory pilot of a branded Kroger Express grocery section within the drugstore chain.
The Science and Technology Committee has found that the current quantitative evidence, collected during the 12-week consultation on lowering age-limit for the purchase of energy drinks, is not sufficient to warrant a statutory ban on energy drinks.
While the clothing specialists’ core offer has been challenging in 2018, they have outperformed elsewhere, specifically homewares where they are set to be a growing threat to IKEA, Dunelm the discounters. By 2023, they are set to become homeware’s third largest channel, overtaking the grocers and department stores.