Follow us:

Retail News RSS feed Twitter Facebook Pinterest youTube

Sunday Retail News Roundup

Green damaged British business, Green lashed by MPs, Sir Philip Green threatens to sue former BHS owner, Bullring shopping centre balcony plunge, Thomas Cook travel woes, Domino's Pizza chairman new franchise business, SABMiller takeover dispute, Ofcom Openreach reforms, All BHS stores to shut down.

Latest retail news headlines


Sainsbury’s to create 900 jobs at new online fulfilment centre and also trials same day delivery

Sainsbury’s is to create 900 jobs at its new online fulfilment centre in Bromley-by-Bow in east London. The supermarket has also announced plans to trial same day online grocery deliveries at three stores in London and the South East.

Shop Direct continues big data drive with customer intelligence director hire

Shop Direct, the owner of Very.co.uk and Littlewoods.com, has made its third data-focused senior appointment in under a month by appointing McKinsey & Company junior partner Assi Gol to lead its customer intelligence teams.

Centre:mk unveils futuristic international festival

Hermes Investment Management has launched a series of interactive art installations at its Centre:mk shopping centre in Milton Keynes.

Tesco appoints Coca Cola's Jane Lawrie as group communications director

Tesco has appointed Jane Lawrie as group communications director. She will join the business on 10 October.

JYSK opens first store in Malta

Furniture retailer JYSK has entered its 42nd country by opening its first store in Malta.

White Stuff delivers strong growth across international and online markets

Lifestyle clothing brand White Stuff has grown its annual sales by 10% to £144.6 million as it continues to implement a successful multi-channel strategy.

AO World reports strong Q1 revenue increase

Online electricals retailer AO World has reported that the business has performed well in the first quarter of its financial year.

Co-op Electrical appoints head of marketing

The Co-operative Group has appointed Alan Williamson as head of marketing for its electrical business.

Retail solutions news

John Lewis’s click and collect service increases with Zebra by 30%

The combination of M-Netics software and Zebra handheld scanners has enabled John Lewis to expand its click and collect capacity by 30%.

How luxury brands are improving consumer buying experiences by Nimbus & The Fine Bedding Company

It’s increasingly important that luxury brands support retailers by making the consumer aware of their products’ points of difference. This is especially true in the complicated world of filled bedding where there are so many variations for consumers to including...
Read more solutions news...

Also in the news

Featured white papers

View all whitepapers and case studies >>