The number of empty shops has risen, with shopping centres particularly hard hit.
Improved trading will see Headlam revert to a normal dividend policy sooner than it expected.
Furniture and homeware storage company Andrew Porter has rebranded.
Retail furniture sales fell back in June while flooring sales jumped.
British Wool has launched a 100% traceable wool scheme that traces the origin of the wool from the farm gate to the shop floor.
Flooring distributor Likewise is looking to raise £10m from its switch to the AIM stock market.
Dreams has opened its first Feather & Black retail space since last year’s acquisition of the brand.
John Lewis has appointed Kathleen Mitchell, Accessorize md to become trading director.
Selfridges may have a new owner by the end of the year after a formal auction process was initiated.
Whitemeadow has continued its efforts to recruit the next generation of furniture makers by holding its first external open day to showcase its sewing and upholstery academies to local school pupils.
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