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Tesco under scrutiny over accounting policies
Tesco has come under scrutiny from a leading City analyst over its accounting policies.
British internet users need 31 hours a year to read online privacy policies: new study
New research from Deloitte has found it would take UK internet users 31 hours to wade through the privacy policies of all the websites they visited in a year.
Credit insurers pay out to Superquinn suppliers
Suppliers to Superquinn who lost out when it was placed in receivership last month are set to be recoup monies from credit insurance policies.
Local shops should be better protected, says London Assembly
The London Mayor should change his policies to give councils more ways to protect local shops from big retail developments, according to the London Assembly.
Tesco warns on full year profit
Tesco has warned that its full year profits will be below market expectations as it revealed that it has overhauled its policies and procedures and improved the customer offer.
Tesco warns on full year profit
Tesco has warned that its full year profits will be below market expectations as it revealed that it has overhauled its policies and procedures and improved the customer offer in recent weeks.
Eric Pickles attacks draconian parking rules
Eric Pickles has attacked local councils for draconian parking policies that have caused motorists to abandon the high street.
Eric Pickles calls for councils to ditch anti-car policies
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has called for local councils to provide more town centre parking spaces and to tackle poorly sited bollards and road humps as part of new planning guidance published this week.
Eric Pickles attacks draconian parking rules for high street decline
Eric Pickles has attacked local councils for draconian policies that have caused motorists to abandon the high street.
Debenhams asks for improved supplier terms
Department store group Debenhams wrote to some of its suppliers last month, demanding that they meet its minimum standard payment terms by August 4.
Employee behaviour key to improving information security, new survey finds
UK companies have become increasingly aware of the need to have information security policies in place, with seven out of eight large businesses now claiming to have one.
M&S extends payment terms
Marks & Spencer is to launch an invoice discounting scheme for suppliers after implementing new, longer payment terms.
Retailers need to analyse customer behaviour
Commentary by Liz Parry, strategic account director at Teleperformance UK
IMF Predicts Major Global Slowdown Amid Financial Crisis
The world economy is decelerating quickly buffeted by an extraordinary financial shock and by still-high energy and commodity prices and many advanced economies are close to or moving into recession, the IMF says in its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO).
Christmas email campaigns - how, when and what to send to have the best impact this festive period!
Commentary by Nicholas Moore, Experian Marketing Services UK
AO's sees losses narrow while revenues climb by 23.8%
Online appliance retailer AO World saw its revenue increase by 23.8% to £476.7 million in the year to 31 March.
Topshop collaborates with Wedgwood
Topshop has embarked on a collaboration with the iconic china and tableware brand, Wedgwood.
Sunday Papers Roundup
Sweet dreams of men on a mission, Aurora moves closer to break-up as Karen Millen boss departs, New York expansion eats into Wasabi profits, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Marks & Spencer to report Christmas sales slump, Big businesses forced to reveal supplier terms in Government crackdown,
80% of shoppers leave a bricks and mortar retail outlet without buying anything.
The Retail Bulletin Omnichannel Summit: Commentary by Ken Davies Fuit
House of Fraser asks banks to relax lending terms
House of Fraser has asked its banks to relax lending terms on its borrowings to give it headroom to buy more stock.
Where are you with your email personalisation?
Personalising your marketing is a great way to boost efficiency and effectiveness of your campaigns. Commentary by Andrew Saville, Experian Marketing Services UK.
Sunday Papers Roundup
Moulton goes on a Walkabout for £20m, Dragons' Den reject Fat Lad At The Back pedals to retail success, Sainsbury's to cut stores and dividend
Good Call: Study reveals UKs favourite Mobile Phone Network
Giffgaff tops every consumer benchmark, says Market Force Information® study
Bronto Software Launches New Cart Recovery App
Commerce marketing platform provider Introduces app to recover lost revenue resulting from shopping cart abandonment
Sunday News Roundup
Walgreens Alliance boss: Boots is part of the great heritage of the UK, Honest Burgers: Tapping into a burger boom, Europe's airline industry prepares for take-off,
Engaging customers on the move - Northern Rail choose CROWD Smart WiFi
Free Wi-Fi at stations will allow train operator to engage with customers and provide insight about their future needs.
B&Q is most improved website among UK's Top 500 retail sites in Q4
B&Q has powered up the table of the UK's top 500 retail websites to be the most improved site in Q4. By Glynn Davis
Scottish retail shop vacany rate drops to 13.7%
A new report on the health of Scotland's high streets has shown that its shop vacancy rate has fallen from 14.5% to 13.7% since 2013.
Stylish Barnardo's store seeks volunteers
A Barnardo's shop known for stocking chic designer clothes is appealing for volunteers with an eye for style.
Not on the high street: retail's silver service
Michael Sheridan, chairman and founder of retail design agency Sheridan & Co, explains how restaurants can provide an unexpected source of inspiration for retailers.
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