Games Workshop saw shares drop 4.9 per cent this morning after it released a trading update.
WHSmith's travel arm continues to be the main driver of sales growth at the retailer, with its high street stores dipping again.
Waterstones has done a u-turn on plans to open an unbranded bookshop in an area of Edinburgh.
Toys R Us is set to sell all of its intellectual property to pay of creditors including dozens of domain names.
Online video game retailer Gameseek has quietly fallen into liquidation, leaving dozens of customers without refunds.
Games Workshop has said it expects its profits for the full year to come above expectations.
Smyths has pounced on Toys R Us’ store network across central Europe, buying up 93 stores shops across three countries.
Toys R Us is set to finish its UK wind down within the next two weeks as it announces the imminent closure of its remaining sites
Foyles has blamed higher business rates, terrorist attacks and a shop flood after it swung back into the red in 2017.
HMV chief executive Ian Topping is poised to depart the business later this year after five years in the role.