Saturday, November 17, 2018

The new kings of the high street: Mike Ashley vs. Philip Day (Part 2)

This week The Retail Gazette takes a closer look at Edinburgh Woollen Mill's CEO Philip Day.

The great subscription shift: Is this the end of ownership?

We're now a nation of subscribers. According to research conducted by YouGov and subscription economy creators Zuora, almost nine in ten people across the...

The new kings of the high street: Mike Ashley vs. Philip Day (Part 1)

Just who are these two new high street powerhouses, and how much of the UK’s retail market do they currently have a stake in?

Is Clicks-to-Bricks the new Brick-to-Clicks?

Between the turn of the millennium and 2009, online retail sales increased by some 5000 per cent.

Plastic waste: Is UK retail doing enough?

In the nine months since Blue Planet first aired, efforts to tackle plastic waste have exploded across the UK retail sector.

The Grimsey Review: Would it work?

Earlier this month a report stated that high streets could only survive if they no longer relied on retail. Could this work?

Is retail in a pensions crisis?

House of Fraser currently has a pension deficit of around £100 million, Dixons Carphone’s £500 million, John Lewis £731 million.

Landlords vs CVAs: The battle of UK retail

CVAs are quite literally taking over the high street, and both major retailers and restaurants are increasingly adopting them

Poundworld: What went wrong (Part II)

Earlier this month, Poundworld officially fell into administration. The Retail Gazette takes a closer look a what went wrong

Redundancy: What will happen to retail’s growing unemployed?

Retail redundancies are growing at an alarming rate, but why is but why is this happening and what can be done to change it?

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