John Lewis imports about two-thirds of the goods it sells and one third is purchased in dollars
The first quarter drop was even worse than analysts predicted for the struggling department store
The 40% of food which we import could be more expensive after Brexit sees the value of the pound crash
Chappell, who led BHS-owner Retail Acquisitions, has denied the claims
Even if every Green and Chappell in Britain’s boardrooms were replaced by an angel, the sad demise of BHS will not be the last of its kind
The retailer’s website is not taking new orders but existing ones are expected to be fulfilled
The queen of the great British high street is in terminal decline – but if you put me in charge, I could sort it out
Forget sewing machines and overlockers. Instagram is the favourite new tool of fashion designers across the globe and has an award to prove it. But is it an inspirational mood-board, or a commercial juggernaut ready to revolutionise sales?
We live in intolerant times, when what you wear in public can lead to uncomfortable consequences
Tesco has said the cut of double pay is 'unrelated' to the Chancellor's new wage
'If you do an offer, make sure your website can handle it'
Sausages, carpaccio, and filet steaks can now be purchased round the clock in the French capital
On paper, it’s a giant leap for the fashion industry
The retailer found a loophole in the 5p tax law
Supermarket giant defies all expectations by recording first festive sales rise for four years