Multibrand retailer Wolf & Badger has seen a “consistent rise in overall global sales and strong performance from its flagship stores in London and New York” to give it another period of higher full-year revenues.
After catching a bit of a winter chill over “disappointing” Christmas trading, Joules was more upbeat on Tuesday, talking of “robust" first-half sales for the pre-festive period, despite a profits dip.
Ongoing underperformance at its Australian operations has led to the exit from his group post of Woolworths Holdings’ CEO Ian Moir, the South African company replacing him with an executive from Levi Strauss.
Retailer Anthropologie is continuing the rollout of its smaller, ‘local store’ concept with a third location under the local umbrella having opened. The new store is the second local shop to open in the UK.
Trading stayed challenging at M&S in Q3 with the retail giant reporting just a 0.2% like-for-like sales rise and a total UK sales fall of 0.6%. Yet while Clothing & Home was down, at least the rate of decline slowed.
Orders for Paul Smith's collections are growing season by season with the high-end business seeming to have recovered from its troubles of the last decade, its latest results showed. And the firm is upbeat for SS20.
Britain’s competition regulator is launching an in-depth investigation into Amazon.com Inc’s purchase of a stake in online food delivery group Deliveroo after the companies failed to assuage its initial concerns.
Brexit will happen after the Conservatives won a resounding majority in the general election but we don't know what sort of Brexit it will be with the chances of both a hard and soft EU exit potentially having risen.