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5 Minutes With Elaine Wrigley, Retail Director, Outdoor and Cycle Concepts

Cotswold recently opened its 78th store.

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Gen Z wants more in-store tech

The youngest generation wants more AR, VR and “just walk out” technologies, and they want them within the year, according to a study by payment platform Adyen.






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Albertsons acquires meal kit company Plated

The deal is Albertsons' first big strategic move since Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market earlier this year.






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Discount giant will rely on its own workforce for holiday rush

Deena M. Amato-McCoy Walmart is bucking the holiday hiring trend again this year.    read more






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TX Maxx UK operating profits nosedive 35%

TK Maxx’s UK arm has recorded a fall in profits and a dramatic slowdown in comparable sales due to rising wages and costs arising from expanding the business.






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H&M growth remains flat in 3rd quarter

Fast fashion retailer H&M saw sales rise across its third quarter as “aggressive discounting” helped drive positive figures. In the period from June 1 to August 31, H&M saw group sales including VAT rise five per cent year-on-year to £5.53 billion.






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Department store giant scales back holiday hiring

Marianne Wilson Fewer stores translates into reduced holiday hiring for Macy's this year.   read more






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Study: Hispanic customers going online for holiday shopping

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£43 million awarded to Sports Direct staff in bonuses

Sports Direct has dished out over £43 million in bonuses to over 2000 staff as a reward for “their magnificent achievements”. The bonuses will be awarded to employees who took park in a share scheme in 2011, with each member potentially netting an average of £21,000 on top of normal pay packages.






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The Entertainer sees solid sales

Toy retailer The Entertainer has posted solid sales for the first half of the year while expecting a “positive effect” on sales for the next half. Total sales grew by six per cent and profits were reportedly five per cent ahead of plans, though no figures were disclosed. READ MORE:  The Entertainer’s online sales soar Growth was boosted by playground trends like fidget spinners and fidget cubes, and the retailer has seemingly brushed aside issues effecting the rest of the toy sector, with Lego posting its first decline in 10 years last week.






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