Until clothing manufacturers treat us with respect, we'll keep over-ordering online and cutting into their profits
The app will be available from Thursday June 16 lunchtime
Revenue at Swedish rival Hennes & Mauritz rises 9% in May
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
It’s unclear whether BHS will honour vouchers that shoppers may be holding
Toilet rolls, chocolate biscuits and orange juice were among the products that have shrunk in size, meaning customers are paying more for less
“Our priority is fixing clothing,” Steve Rowe said.
We live in intolerant times, when what you wear in public can lead to uncomfortable consequences
In January high-street sales rose 0.2 per cent – the first increase for two and a half years
The US clothing giant is the latest household name to face questions over its ‘opaque’ accounts
Renting clothes rather than buying them outright 'could soon become a normal part of the British high street'
Sausages, carpaccio, and filet steaks can now be purchased round the clock in the French capital
Sainsbury's sales were down 0.4 per cent in the three months to January 9 compared to the same period a year earlier
Despite the improvements, the supermarket's chief executive David Potts said a further seven stores would close, in addition to the 20 shut last year
The supermarket giant is desperate to find a way to encourage shoppers away from the discounters Aldi and Lidl
Shares in Argos owner soar by 41% after grocer is forced to reveal that it made an approach in November