If the improved UK performance and maintenance of export sales seen in recent weeks continues, fabric group Walker Greenbank expects its full year to be in line with expectations after its brands suffered in the first half of the year.
Fabric group Walker Greenbank has seen a major senior management shake-up.
Loss-making clothing and homewares chain French Connection has seen its share price leap after it said it could be for sale.
Made.com is to begin operating in Spain as it looks to take a share of the £6bn market.
John Lewis suffered another week of falling home sales in the past week, but saw more shoppers ordering beds and sofas.
Tapi saw sales almost double last year as it continued its expansion while losses were almost flat.
A proposed Ikea store in Sussex has passed its first planning hurdle.
Retail sales suffered a ‘summer hangover’ in September according to the latest results from the British Retail Consortium/KPMG Sales Monitor.
British Home Stores is making a return to UK high streets.
Bensons for Beds has launched a multi-million pound marketing campaign following the completion of the roll-out of its SleepPro mattress technology across the chain.
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