Luxury group Kering has appointed Emmanuel Gintzburger as chief executive of Alexander McQueen.
Popular supermarket items have dropped in price by as much as 40% compared with a year ago according to new research by MySupermarket.co.uk.
Morrisons has reported a second consecutive quarter of like-for-like sales growth with sales excluding fuel edging up 0.7%. This is up from the 0.1% rise seen in the previous quarter.
Brands are known, and judged, by their ability to offer positive and consistent experiences to customers no matter where they are in the world. However, on recent trips to Dubai, New York and Hong Kong I was struck by the differences in retail delivery by brands that have recently opened stores in these key destinations.
Retail Bulletin has published the first issue of The Future of Retail, its exciting new digital supplement.
John Lewis increased its sales by 9.9% year-on-year last week as the retailer price matched a competitor's promotional activity.
Mothercare has launched a new initiative where retailers can request early payment in exchange for offering the retailer a discount on goods.
Fashion and homewares retailer Next has cut its guidance for full year sales after colder weather in March and April reduced demand for its clothing.
Sainsburys is to double the number of Groceries Click & Collect sites in its store car parks over the next 12 months as looks to build its multi-channel offer.
UK shop prices dropped by 1.7% in April which was unchanged from the decline seen in March.