2017 is set to be the biggest year of sales for vinyl records in 30 years as Britons demand continues to grow.
Majestic Wine has posted soaring profits in its half year results, boosted by growth in its Naked Wines division and a turnaround strategy that is starting to bear fruit.
The founder of Mountain Warehouse has launched a new retail chain called Neon Sheep, specialising in gifts, accessories, stationery and homeware.
Card Factory's total sales grew by 6.7 per cent in the nine months to October 31, driven by its continuing store expansion scheme.
Game has posted revenue and profit losses for the full year as it continued to struggle with “structural headwinds” and the transformation of its core business.
Revenues have surged by almost a tenth at Bargain Booze parent company Conviviality, fuelled by rising sales across all of its business units.
Sainsbury's is set to capitalise on the resurgent popularity of vinyl as it prepares to become the first supermarket to launch its own vinyl record label.
The physical entertainment market has returned to growth for the first time since August 2014, thanks to stellar figures from games sales.
Waterstones could potentially go on the market soon as its Russian oligarch owner begins to explore his options.
International growth, rising website traffic and improving conversion rates have been attributed to Gear4Music's surge in revenues and profits.