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Abercrombie & Fitch sales continue to improve

Abercrombie & Fitch sales rose for the second consecutive year as its restructure and new store format begins to pay off...

Ikea services foray boosts loyalty and sales

New Ikea services such as assembly are boosting the flatpack furniture specialist’s sales and customer loyalty.

Ralph Lauren now ‘headed in the right direction’

After a long run of fairly mediocre performance, Ralph Lauren has finally delivered a solid set of numbers.

Ralph Lauren now ‘headed in the right direction’ – analyst

After a long run of fairly mediocre performance, Ralph Lauren has finally delivered a solid set of numbers.

Apple sales and profit slip as iPhone demand tumbles

Tumbling iPhone demand drove an uncharacteristic decline in Apple sales in the first quarter, trimming back its profit f...

Sears wins another lifeline, but is it too late?

Embattled US department store Sears has been granted yet another lifeline, with a bankruptcy auction now scheduled for J...

‘Deep-seated problems’ with Gap brand need to be resolved – ‘and soon’

The deep-seated problems at the Gap brand need to be resolved. And soon, says retail analyst Neil Saunders.

New investment ‘should save’ House of Fraser

House of Fraser has filed a Company Voluntary Arrangement and plans to use the breathing space afforded to close stores.

Tapestry sales strong as company repositions

Tapestry sales are on track to ensure the company will fulfil its ambition of becoming a strong luxury lifestyle company...

Asia Pacific strongest market for struggling Under Armour

US-based sportswear brand Under Armour has unveiled better than expected first quarter revenue growth of 6 per cent.