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Jimmy Choo sales outpace global competition

British designer shoe brand Jimmy Choo shrugged off the woes in the luxury goods sector to post higher annual sales and earnings. The group said...

Tesco third-quarter sales dip 1.5%

Tesco has posted a third quarter sales dip of 1.5% but said figures were up over the Christmas period. The retail giant has been battling...

Spending up by 3.6% on last Christmas

Shoppers have increased their spend by almost 4% this Christmas compared to 2014. Figures from Retail Excellence show the seasonal spend is up by 3.6%...

Holland & Barrett sets £1bn sales target

Health food chain Holland & Barrett International is bidding to almost double sales to £1bn (€1.37bn) over the next five years, after it posted...

Ikea sees surge in UK sales after revamp of bedroom furniture range

Flat-pack furniture maker Ikea reported a surge in UK sales thanks to high shopper demand for a new range of mattresses and the ongoing...

Number of shoppers in UK stores falls for second month in a row

The number of shoppers visiting UK stores fell for the second month in a row in May, figures show. Footfall was 1% lower last month...

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Ohio governor tests positive for coronavirus just before Donald Trump meeting

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has tested positive for coronavirus, just ahead of a planned meeting with President Donald Trump. The Republican governor’s office said that...

Eurotunnel sees demand return quicker than airlines

Demand for car-carrying Channel Tunnel trains is returning to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels quicker than air travel, new figures show. Some 233,172 passenger vehicles were carried...

Macron urges reform as Lebanese officials seek to shift blame over blast

Lebanese officials targeted in the investigation into the massive blast that tore through Beirut have sought to shift blame for the presence of explosives...
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