Apple: waiting for the big thing

Results beat expectations but next big product remains an unknown

Saga to set sail

Group set to announce IPO, leaving AA making roadside repairs

Primark in pursuit of the American dream

Retailer believes it will succeed where so many others have failed

Sports Direct mulls new incentive scheme

Ashley throws down gauntlet to institutional investors

Primark looks to break America

Lex on the UK retailer’s chances of cracking the US

AB Foods: UK retailers in the US

Given history of British retail failures in the US, why is Primark going to Boston?

Primark store
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Primark looks to US with Boston store

Move comes amid wider expansion by ‘value-for-money’ retailer

Rana Plaza workers struggle one year on

Western retailers stall on compensation payments

Woolworths chief preaches power of size

Deal for David Jones stores gives retailer ‘scale to compete’

Tesco fires fresh salvo in price battle

The supermarket group is cutting prices on over 30 products

Card Factory joins rush of UK retail IPOs

Greetings card company expected to be valued at more than £700m

Rana Plaza collapse: one year on

Bangladeshi factories are safer but companies are divided

Nike’s FuelBand runs into trouble

Group considers pulling wearable device out of competition

‘Click and collect’ grows at fast rate

Service poised to overtake home delivery by 2015

Walmart’s English experiment

The vast US retailer is learning from a UK ‘click and collect’ trial

Albemarle & Bond banks on tradition

Week in Review, April 19

Lidbetter preaches Co-op reform

Chairman has month to convince board ahead of AGM

Small-cap Week, April 18

Featuring: French Connection; PetroNeft Resources; Amara Mining, and Versarien

Walmart pushes into money transfer market

Retailer aims to attract customers without bank accounts


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