John Lewis enjoyed strong online sales growth last week to help it record another week of sales growth, including its second-best week for home sales this year.
House of Fraser, the 165-year-old department store chain, could be sold to a Chinese investor rather than floated on the stock market.
Department store chain Debenhams has promised 'decisive action' after seeing profits drop by a quarter.
June's Carpet Recycling UK conference will celebrate 'Carpets - Resources for the circular economy', as it reports on developments in a sector now embedded across the carpet waste supply chain.
Houses are selling at their quickest since 2007 with more than 96% of sellers achieving their asking price, the highest proportion since 2004, as a lack of availability continues to drive prices higher.
Bed supplier Serene Furnishings has added an 18 tonne truck to its fleet having seen loads grown consistently in recent months, increasing its UK fleet to ten.
Foam mattress manufacturer GNG Group has confirmed Mike Davies as md. After a period as a consultant, Davies, who has held senior production positions at Sealy, Silentnight and Dormeo, became designate-md and was due to become md in June.
Homewares and accessories chain Cath Kidston could be about to change hands, with at least two companies talking to owner TA Associates, according to reports.
Made.com has been rebuked by the Advertising Standards Agency after it ruled its claim that its prices were significantly lower than 'typical high street' prices was misleading.
Arighi Bianchi and Flooring UK are among the latest retailers to join recycling scheme Carpet Recycling UK.
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