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Ecommerce group’s efforts to boost transparency fail to calm investors
Furniture group hails £378m purchase as long-term vote of confidence in UK retail
German recovery under threat; Warehouse space runs short; Retailers scramble to adapt
A juicy bone awaits those who can ratchet up growth
Move brings an end to bidding war between Hellman & Friedman and EQT
UK’s biggest supermarket apologises after customers are unable to shop online
Property agent Cushman highlights squeeze on storage stemming partly from online shopping
The shopping trend is surging as consumers worry that Covid-19 will delay shipments
The winners of this crisis must have deep pockets
The sector is still in need of a reality check
Plant-based company blames series of mishaps for lower than expected sales
PMI figures hit 3-month high while input cost inflation and output prices rise at fastest pace since 1998
It’s time to carry out your own festive spending review
Plugging a £750m hole leaves the supermarket chain in a weaker position in a tough economy
Supermarket chain must help find the £750m the deal would have generated
Millennials aren’t feeling it. Middle England is shopping around. Can the retailer shake itself up?
Approach comes as online payments company uses strong stock price to pursue acquisitions
Akeroyd is a logical choice and unlikely to change luxury group’s strategic thrust
Prices on US ecommerce websites are rising while holiday discounts dwindle, Adobe report says
Kering shares hit as revenues at Italian fashion house fall short of expectations
Ecommerce group announces switch in latest effort to win investor confidence
Marco Gobbetti due to leave at end of year to join Salvatore Ferragamo
Pledge by nine companies is biggest step yet to decarbonise ocean shipping
Recovery in full-price sales raises prospect for debt refinance of discount retailer
Supermarket will also shell out £250m as result of failed deal with its owners EG Group