Pets at Home Peter Pritchard

Pets at Home remains “resilient” despite revenue decline

Pets at Home has been praised for its “inherent resilience” despite first-quarter sales dropping during the lockdown period.
Chancellor warned he has 24hrs to avoid "historic mistake" on furlough scheme

Chancellor warned he has 24hrs to avoid “historic mistake” on furlough scheme

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been told he has 24 hours to change course on the government’s furlough scheme.
Argos catalogue online shopping

Argos scraps catalogue after 47 years as consumers shift online

Argos has reportedly scrapped its catalogue division after 47 years as more customers use the Argos website either to order..
Government-backed loans expanded to retailers in financial trouble

Government-backed Covid-19 loans expanded to retailers in deep debt

Retailers banned from government-backed loans because they were too deep in debt will now be able to tap into the CBILS.
Waterstones job cuts redundancies head office James Daunt

Redundancies at Waterstones HQ as some stores remain shut

Waterstones has reportedly warned that it is making a number of redundancies at its London Piccadilly head office.
The Hut Group float IPO banks

The Hut Group hires 7 banks to handle potential £4.5bn IPO

The Hut Group (THG) has reportedly chosen seven banks to work on a potential £4.5 billion flotation.
Shop prices deflation slows in July

Shop price deflation slows in July

Shop prices fell again in July as high street stores continue to try and tempt people back through their doors post-lockdown.
Card Factory covid-19 lockdown pandemic reopening trading update Karen Hubbard

Card Factory endures Covid-19 as revenues exceed expectations

Card Factory has seen its sales decline while revenues were recorded at above expectations since stores reopened last month.
The Pipeline women count report

Retail one of worst performing sectors for women in exec roles, research finds

A new report has found that the retail sector is one of the worst performing sectors for gender diversity in senior roles..
Rishi Sunak online sales tax Covid-19

Chancellor mulls online sales tax to rescue bricks-and-mortar

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has reportedly said he is considering an online sales tax to raise £2 billion a year..

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