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United Colours of Benetton opens new Oxford Street store

Fashion retailer United Colours of Benetton opened the doors to a new three-storey 16,000sq ft flagship today in the heart of London’s West End. The new Oxford Street store, positioned intentionally to benefit from the boost in footfall expected when the Elizabeth Line opens this year, will mark the retailer’s 16 th UK store. Its key features include a “knitwear theatre” displaying the brands extensive knitwear collection, LED screen cladded 12 ft arches, a lounge area and touchscreen interactive tables

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Whole Foods calls meeting with key vendors as tensions flare

Many of the brands that sell into Whole Foods have been frustrated by its recent changes.






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Shares of Burger King owner spike on profit beat, better sales at burger chain

Restaurant Brands posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit, helped by new menu items and affordable burgers.






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L Brands strong out of the gate

L Brands is off to a great start in January.






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KFC owner beats on earnings, will partner with GrubHub on delivery

Yum Brands posts a fourth-quarter profit that beats estimates on the back of higher demand for fried chicken at KFC.






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Dunkin’ Brands shares slip on soft sales in US

Dunkin' Brands posted earnings that beat analyst expectations on Tuesday.






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QVC pens deal with Phase Eight & Ghost London

TV shopping retailer QVC has penned a deal with Phase Eight and Ghost London to be included in its fashion offer. As part of the deal, QVC UK will have Ghost London’s new collection and select styles from Phase Eight available to purchase on qvcuk.com.






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Cyber-thieves target off-price apparel retailer

National Brands is the retail industry’s latest data breach victim.






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Just 4% of brands are marketing ‘geniuses’

But even some of the brands with good scores — like Macy's and Nordstrom — are facing strong headwinds in other areas.






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VF Corp strengthens fur-free commitment

VF Corporation has joined the likes of Next, Asos and Marks & Spencer after signing up to the Fur Free Retailer program. As part of the program, VF Corporation will strengthen its commitment to fur-free products while communicating its no fur policy to all of its brands and retail fascias in its portfolio – which includes Lee, The North Face, Vans, Timbaland and Wrangler. The move comes after VF Corp launched its first animal-derived policy earlier this year and announced that none of its brands would use fur, angora or exotic leather.






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