“Our priority is fixing clothing,” Steve Rowe said.
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'
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
On paper, it’s a giant leap for the fashion industry
The retailer found a loophole in the 5p tax law
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
UK retail sales were weaker than expected in December
Price reductions have come early and deep this year, as the high street faces multiple challenges
Outlook: Investors are reminded of the sad stories of Woolworths, Littlewoods and other departed general retailers of yore
Firms will only have to pay the “national living wage” to staff aged 25 or over when it starts in April. Under half of top retailers have so far promised to pay all staff the same rate for the same work, regardless of age. Simon Neville reports on the new pay divide
New York’s Fifth Avenue tops the list
Supermarket's sales fall for fifth quarter in a row while discounters build market share