Tesco has reportedly launched a consultation process with thousands of managers of in-store departments as part of a new restructuring scheme. The post Thousands of Tesco shop managers in consultation via new restructure appeared first on Retail Gazette.
The number of new grocery stores opening up across the UK doubled last year on the back of surging demand amidst the (...) The post Grocery chains’ store growth rate doubles in 2020 appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Marks & Spencer is scrapping all M&S Bank customers’ current account and closing all in-store branches as it dramatically scales back its financial arm. The post M&S Bank closes all customer current accounts and scraps all in-store branches appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Boohoo is under renewed pressure from MPs to link its bonus scheme for senior executives to the achievement of its (...) The post MPs pressure Boohoo to link exec bonus scheme to workers’ rights goals appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Dune has said it is continuing to back high heels as a key item once non-essential retailers begin to reopen in April. The post Dune to focus on occasionwear as stores reopen in April appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Co-op will reportedly hold a crunch board meeting next week to decide whether to hand back £80 million of state funding it received during the pandemic. The post Co-op to hold meeting over £80m state funding repayment appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Waterstones, Amazon and Foyles have reportedly been criticised for selling Coronavirus conspiracy, anti-vaccine and medical misinformation books on their websites. The post Waterstones, Foyles & Amazon criticised for selling anti-vaccination books appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group has called the extension to business rates relief a "near worthless" package that would refrain it from purchasing former Debenhams stores and force a review of its own estate. The post Business rates relief extension “near worthless”, Frasers Group says appeared first on Retail Gazette.
New research has found that year on year UK footfall dropped by 73.5 per cent in February, with only a 3.4 percentage point improvement from January. The post February footfall drops 73.5% as retailers “hold their breath” for reopenings appeared first on Retail Gazette.
In yesterday's Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak extended the business rates holiday and extended the furlough scheme until end (...) The post Budget 2021: What the experts say appeared first on Retail Gazette.