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Three luxe jewelers are headed for New York’s Hudson Yards

Related Companies is three steps closer to reaching its goal of making the Hudson Yards’ development a luxury retail complement to New York’s Fifth Avenue.

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Next and Tesco partner for store-in-store trial

Next has become the latest retailer to trial a store-in-store concept at the UK’s largest grocer Tesco. Earlier this week Next opened a 4300sq ft concession inside Tesco Extra in Surrey Quays, stocking a basic range of both menswear and womenswear






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Michaels beats Street even with hurricane disruptions

Michaels Companies topped estimates in its third quarter as back-to-school and Halloween sales helped drive growth both offline and online.






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Supermarket giant taps Instacart for speedy deliveries

Albertsons Companies is the latest grocery retailer to embrace same-day delivery of online orders with a fast-growing start-up.






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Lowe’s outpaces estimates as hurricane repairs drive sales

Lowe’s Companies got a boost from hurricane-related spending as the retailer topped Street estimates and delivered a strong performance in its third quarter.






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Lowe’s taps insider as new COO

Lowe’s Companies has appointed Richard D.






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Gap’s UK losses worsen

Gap’s UK losses have become worse amid falling sales and the closure of its local Banana Republic stores. According to accounts filed at Companies House, pre-tax losses for the US-based fashion retailer increased from £19.4 million to £20.2 million for the year to January 28. READ MORE: Gap announces further losses as Banana Republic winds down trading Meanwhile, total sales across the group slumped by almost 10 per cent from £306.7 million to £276.3 million, high street like-for-likes fell sharply by seven per cent.






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Glossier, Stitch Fix among most disruptive companies

Moda Operandi and Casper, along with other innovative companies, rounded out the startup edition of LinkedIn's Top Companies list.






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Fenwick profits plummet 31%

Markdowns and digital investments have led to Fenwick taking a major hit in its full-year profits.






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Asda names new CEO

Asda has announced that its chief operating officer Roger Burnley will take the helm as president and chief executive in the new year.






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