Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Card Factory update

Card Factory appoints former Britvic CEO Paul Moody as chairman

Card Factory has appointed former Britvic chief executive Paul Moody as its new chairman.
Hamleys

Hamleys profits dive over 500% to £12m loss

Hamleys saw profits divebomb over 500 per cent last year as it blamed Brexit, macroeconomic factors and terrorism.

Retailers may soon be forced to publish ethnicity pay gaps

Retailers may soon be forced to reveal their ethnicity pay gaps as prime minister Theresa May launches a consultation.

WH Smith announces store closures as part of “detailed review” of high street business

WH Smith on Thursday revealed it will shut six of its high street stores after conducting a “detailed review” into its high street businesses. The...

Wilko posts £65m loss

Value home and lifestyle brand Wilko posted a pre-tax operating loss of £65 million in the 12 months to February 3, according to a...
tax laws

Ebay launches first ever “Give Day” to support Princes Trust

Ebay has launched its first ever charity “Give Day” today as it enlists the help of celebrities to raise money.
checkout-less

Sainsbury’s seeks 11,500 seasonal staff amid major recruitment drive

11,500 jobs are up for grabs across the Sainsbury’s group during the upcoming Christmas rush.

Consumer spending hits five-month slump in September

September sales suffered from a “summer hangover” according to the latest results from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG sales monitor. UK retail sales...

Morrisons launches appeal to landmark data breach ruling

Morrisons is set to begin its appeal against a landmark data breach case in which it was found vicariously liable.
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis

Tesco CEO calls for £1.25bn ‘Amazon tax’

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis has called for a £1.25 billion tax on products sold on the internet to combat the pressure bricks and...

Feature Resource

What will your workforce want and need,  now and in the...

Today's on-demand consumer mentality means businesses now operate in an ‘always-on’ economy. To meet customer demand for 24/7 access to products and services, businesses...