Sir Philip Green puts BHS up for sale

A customer passes a sale sign as she enters a BHS store, operated by Arcadia Group, Derby, UK

‘Several approaches’ received for department store chain

Small-cap Week, January 24

Monitise, Applied Graphene Materials, Gulf Keystone and Findel featured

UK retailers: not bad

Store groups – excluding the grocers – are doing just fine

US diners lose their taste for Big Macs

Fall in same-store sales shows McDonald’s global challenges

Li Ning’s fall is a cautionary tale

Fortunes of brand China may depend on not repeating its errors

B&M Altrincham store
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Competition weighs on B & M sales

Chief confident of hitting targets despite currency headwinds

Jimmy Choo revenues boosted by Asia

Performance defies broader concerns over a slowdown in the region

Cook stock rewards could exceed $500m

Sharp rise in stock propels value of Apple chief’s incentive scheme

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Topshop loses Rihanna image legal battle

Court of Appeal rejects retailer’s case over pop star on T-shirt

DFS GEARS UP FOR CHRISTMAS. Picture shows DFS’s craftsmen and women hand making sofas as it responds to consumer demand for British design and craftsmanship in the run up to Christmas.

DFS close to seeking London IPO

Float would be first high-profile listing of a retailer this year

Amazon turns to Poland for hirings

Online retailer opens three fulfilment centres in Poland

eBay: slice and dice

Breaking-up is a good idea but it will be hard to do

Balfour Beatty: from Leo with brio

Investors should beware of buying into a conspiracy of optimism

Be wary with Ashley’s investments tips

Trailing in this particular trading wake could prove costly

Amazon: A very modern media mogul

Jeff Bezos is shaking up film and newspapers, but both sectors will test his customer-first, profits-later strategy

The field narrows for new Tesco chairman

Sir Ian Cheshire and John Allan shortlisted, said people familiar with the situation

Poundland reports record Christmas

UK group says it is on track to meet financial expectations

Ashley cuts Sports Direct stake to 55%

Shares in sports retailer slide more than 6%

Judges attack planned rise in court fees

Move would hit small and medium enterprises disproportionately

Wetherspoon bitter about supermarket deals

Pubs group blames bargain booze offers for slowing sales

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