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A two-storey Google flagship store is planned for Chicago’s Fulton Market area, known locally as the meatpacking district.
Walmart sales in the US rose at the strongest rate in more than a decade during the latest quarter.
Neil Saunders, MD of GlobalData Retail, describes Best Buy acquisition as “a logical evolution” for the company.
Tapestry growth continues to be boosted by the inclusion of Kate Spade data, masking the company’s true performance.
House of Fraser’s rescue deal leaves Nanjing Cenbest – which brokered the failed C.banner International investment – with nothing.
Luxury apparel retailer Canada Goose has posted a significant first-quarter loss, partly attributable to costs of the firm’s expansion into China.
US retailers Albertsons and Rite Aid have called off their merger plans.
Ikea India opens its first store today, in the city of Hyderabad.
Amazon focuses on fresh food offer.
Quirky gadget retailer Brookstone has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection – for the second time.
Creditors of collapsed Toys R Us are trying to force Fung Group to sell its stake in the profitable Asian subsidiary.
Last week’s Jamba sale could see the US juice retailer expand its international operations.