Is John Lewis’s fashion dip of recent weeks at an end? It could be, despite the weekly figures it issued Tuesday looking bad on the surface, fashion does seem to have staged a recovery on the back of cooler UK weather.
The US men's brand, which will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2018 across three major cities, plans to accelerate retail operations in China, and rollout a new omnichannel plan that revises current store sizing.
French retailer Auchan said on Monday it had not been approached by e-commerce giant Amazon about deals or partnerships in Europe, with speculation still rife that Amazon may be eyeing European transactions.
Bagir has announced it is in 'advanced negotiations' with a leading global textile manufacturer to form a strategic partnership, a move which could help the company remain competitive in the face of weakening revenue.
British designer Vivienne Westwood said sales for the year to 31 December 2016 increased by 11%, but margins were under pressure due to the challenging conditions in the retail market and the weak pound following Brexit.
Has the devastation of the UK high street made a dent at the value and older end of the fashion market? Bonmarché gave us some clues on Monday when it issued first-half results and it seems to be making progress.
Shares of sports retailers soared on better-than-expected earnings from Foot Locker Inc, Shoe Carnival Inc and Hibbett Sports Inc as the companies sold more premium shoes and cut stocks of low-margin ones.
The Death by Amazon Index launched in 2012 is now being joined by new exchange-traded funds launched Thursday, which allow investors to bet on the decline of traditional retail or on the rise to supremacy of online sales.
Deckers Brands filed a letter to stockholders on Friday touting the company’s turnaround strategy, a move against activist shareholder Marcato Capital Management, which is seeking drastic changes to the company.
The Chinese internet giant said on Monday it would invest HK$22.4 billion (2.17 billion pounds) for a major stake in China's top hypermart operator, Sun Art Retail Group Ltd, part of a wider push into offline retail.