E-commerce is increasingly proving a route in for criminals to commit fraud in-store, which is being made possible by most retailers' lack of integration of fraud solutions across their multiple channels. by Glynn Davis
Frauds identified by the cross sector Members of CIFAS during the first four months of 2013 reveal a marked return to the idea that some products are inherently more attractive to fraudsters.
Marks and Spencer has posted a fall in its annual profits following a decline in clothing sales during the past year.
Luxury brand Burberry saw its adjusted pre-tax profit rise by 14% to £428 million in the year to end March as revenues were boosted by strong sales in China and Hong Kong.
Barbour, the iconic British clothing brand, has announced two new appointments within its senior team.
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