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UK retailer Tesco has revealed the brand identity and store concept for its new value chain Jack’s.
Amazon US has launched Amazon Storefronts, a new place for customers to shop exclusively from some 20,000 small and medium-sized businesses.
L Brands is to close down its 123-year-old luxury womens fashion brand Henri Bendel.
Canada’s Hudson Bay has sealed a deal with its German partners to create Europe’s third largest department store chain.
A Hong Kong property windfall and the Hermes Asia business helped the luxury label set a record profit margin during the first half of this year.
British luxury fashion house Burberry is releasing a see-now, buy-now collection exclusively on Instagram and WeChat.
Starbucks describes its newly opened Milan Roastery as its “most beautiful store in the world”.
Sports retailer sees profits jump 17 per cent to $174.6 million in the half.
UK fashion brand Ted Baker has agreed to buy No Ordinary Shoes Limited, and its US subsidiary, from its footwear licence, Pentland Group.
Esprit is on sale – a bargain at $1.99 for the last few months. Today it is even further discounted to $1.78.
More new tariffs are bad news for the US retail sector, especially as the latest round seems to extend the tax to a vast array of consumer goods.
Sports retailer Decathlon will open its first full-scale store in the US in the second quarter of next year.