The new owner of Oak Furnitureland is looking to close more than a quarter of the chain’s stores.
Headlam’s £26m distribution centre in Ipswich is now operational.
Wood machinists and upholstery sewing machinists will not be able to come to the UK and work from next year under the government’s planned points-based immigration system.
The government has confirmed that business rates will not be revalued until 2023.
Birlea has continued to invest in its Willis & Gambier brand, bolstering its management.
More than 170 stores have signed up to the National Bed Federation’s newly launched Retail Champions scheme.
Thonet has unveiled an updated website designed to inspire shoppers.
Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has reshuffled its management.
Mattress in a box brand Eve Sleep has seen its first positive cash flow in the past six months, but it is yet to make a profit.
Marks & Spencer is to remove 950 management roles as it begins its Never the Same Again transformation plan.
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