Snapdeal tries to sell flats online

Kunal Bahl
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Tie-up will test limits of what Indians will buy on web

Buffett defends Burger King’s tax deal

Food group to buy Tim Hortons and move to Canada

One Stop stores to launch beacon service

Customers will be sent offers of discounts to their smartphones

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Retailers return to UK manufacturing

More brands are turning to British sourcing

Atelier Karen Millen
©Rosie Hallam

‘Made in Britain’ comes back into fashion

British retailers are increasingly shifting production back to the UK

Small-cap Week, August 23

Asos, Office2Office, Rangers and Greencoat featured

Ebay: time for payback?

The economics and prospects of PayPal are alluring

China Resources: lost appetite

Are China’s consumer stocks overloved?

Gap to open 40 stores in India

US clothing retailer will open first shops in Mumbai and Delhi

Discount store battle takes a bitter turn

Family Dollar rejects Dollar General bid

US retail: not sure what is in store

Target, among others, is trying to shift online, but what to do with those stores?

European grocers: shop carefully

Lidl and Aldi are crushing the profits and share prices of UK chains

Techtronic: trade of the tools

Hong Kong manufacturer deserves more attention

Li & Fung casts doubt on global recovery

Amazon takes aim at Chinese rivals

Ecommerce group to launch in Shanghai trade zone

Vision Capital eyes IPO for BrightHouse

Rothschild to examine options for ‘rent-to-own’ retailer

Cyber attack takes toll on Target

Botched Canada expansion also blamed as retailer slashes forecast

Home Depot: head of household

Kids cannot afford to leave home, but that’s OK for Home Depot

Shoprite: still not on sale

African retailer is a strong operator in a tough market; for now, the market is winning

US golf slump drops Dick’s in the bunker

Sports retailer to lay off around 500 PGA professionals

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