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Asos unveils redesigned site
Asos has relaunched its fashion website with two brand new departments, Kids and Designer, in line with its strategy to become an online department store.
Asda consults with 4,100 managers over major restructuring
Asda is in discussions with 4,100 store managers as part of a major restructuring which will see department manager roles being scrapped in some stores and more positions created for section leaders.
Dixons to open Harrods concession
Currys and PC World-owner Dixons has struck an agreement to run the consumer electronics section in world-famous department store Harrods.
Morleys Stores acquires Upminster's Roomes department store
The owner of department store Elys of Wimbledon, Morleys Stores, has acquired Roomes department store in Upminster.
Sainsbury?s ups site interactivity
Sainsbury?s has this week launched a new section on its website as it seeks to ramp up customer interaction with the brand.
John Lewis sales down 2.6% last week
In the week before Black Friday, the John Lewis department store chain saw its sales decrease by 2.6% year-on-year.
East of England Co-op to sell non-food stores
The East of England Co-operative Society is to sell the majority of its non-food stores as it seeks to offload most of its department and home stores business to Vergo Retail.
Morrisons to pilot convenience offer in petrol stations and revive Safeway brand
Morrisons is to pilot a convenience food offer in ten petrol station shops owned and managed by forecourt operator, Rontec.
Digital fashion start-up launches virtual styling app
A new styling and personal shopper app has been launched that matches users with a stylist who offers free advice on wardrobe choices.
Delsey launches first online store
French luggage brand Delsey has opened its first online store. Initially launched in France, the store wil be rolled out across Europe next year.
EBay introduces outlet section to its website to attract retailers
EBay has launched an outlet section on its website, in its latest attempt to become more attractive to retailers.
English Cut opens flagship Marylebone store
English Cut, the British tailoring brand, has chosen Londons Marylebone as the location for its first flagship store.
Tesco launches online commuter zone
Tesco is targeting commuters with the launch of a new section on its website which is designed to make it easier for people to shop for groceries while on the move.
Sarah Beeny joins German direct selling brand Vorwerk to launch online store
Vorwerk, the German technology brand behind kitchen gadget the Thermomix, has enlisted TV property expert Sarah Beeny to promote the launch of its Kobold VK200 vacuum cleaner online.
Shoppers to decide Brand Alley offer
Private sales etailer Brand Alley has introduced a section on its website that allows shoppers to decide what products will go on sale.
Uniqlo owner establishes denim innovation centre
Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing has established a denim innovation centre for the research and development of denim fabric.
Kingfisher Q3 sales uplift driven by UK and Poland
Kingfisher, the owner of B&Q and Screwfix, has seen its third quarter like-for-like sales climb by 5.8% in constancy currency in the UK and Ireland as it continues to implement its transformation plan.
New vision revealed for Hull's Humber Street
A new vision for Humber Street in Hulls Fruit Market has been revealed as part of an £80 million rejuvenation of the city centres waterside being led by Wykeland Group and Beal Homes in partnership with Hull City Council ahead of Hulls year as UK City of Culture in 2017.
Blackwell's appoints sales and marketing director
Bookseller Blackwells has appointed Dean Drew to the newly created role of sales and marketing director.
Republic ups online query response rates
Republics integration of new online customer service technology has led to 90% of enquiries on Republic.co.uk being dealt with by its automated help section, allowing swifter response rates.
Insight: 93% of UK millennials lack trust in online retail
A new study has found that UK millennials are becoming increasingly concerned about sharing personal information with retailers, but their need for a convenient shopping experience still outweighs their security worries.
AO makes good first half progress
Domestic appliance retailer AO World has grown its first half revenue by 22.9% to £324.7 million as it continues to grow sales in both the UK and Europe.
RWC2010: Ebay to launch specialist fashion channel
Ebay is to launch a specialist fashion section within the next two months, the online giants UK managing director has revealed at the Retail Week Conference.
Viewpoint - Foods & Toys R Us
Ask a sales assistant in your local Toys R Us store for the food section and they are likely to point you in the direction of toy cookers and other scaled-down kitchenware products that come with various inedible plastic food items that keep the kids quiet as long as they don't try to eat them.By Glynn Davis
VictoriaPlum.com wins trademark infringement case
Online bathroom products retailer VictoriaPlum.com has won a trademark infringement case in the High Court against competitor Victorian Plumbing.
Inquiry brings Belfast John Lewis closer
John Lewis has moved a step closer to getting the go-ahead for its Sprucefield department store in Northern Ireland.
Dixons to take concession in Harrods
Electric retailer Dixons has announced that it is to operate the consumer electronics section of Harrods department store in London.
Capco appoints Situl Jobanputra as chief financial officer
Capital & Counties Properties, the owner of Londons Covent Garden Estate, has named Situl Jobanputra as its new chief financial officer. He will join the business on 17 January.
BonmarchÃ© posts drop in sales and profits
Womens fashion retailer Bonmarché has reported a drop in first half sales and profits after battling against a range of factors impacting its business.
Asda drives non-food shopper ratings online
Asda intends to ramp up its use of customer ratings and reviews for its non-food ranges sold online.
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