UK retail endured the biggest drop in footfall for the month of November since 2009.
Bricks-and-mortar retailers witnessed the worst November in three years despite Black Friday efforts, according to new figures.
Dominic Chappell, the former chief executive of BHS, is due to be sentenced next week after a drawn-out legal battle.
Retailers could lose out on £400 million in tax rebates as the government prepares to appeal against a landmark ruling.
House of Fraser is among the list of major retailers that have backed a new degree designed for retail employees.
Only three retailers have made it into Glassdoor’s influential Employees’ Choice Awards list this year, dropping from four.
Joules has begun making “contingency plans” as it braces for the increasingly likely outcome of a no-deal Brexit.
The Bank of England’s (BoE) governor Mark Carney has warned that a no-deal Brexit could push up shop prices as much as 10%.
Online sales were at an “all time high” during November despite total sales throughout the month falling flat.
Mike Ashley has called on MPs to impose a new tax on any retailers who make more than a fifth of their income online.