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Groups such as Maersk and Ikea have unveiled ambitious targets — but questions of detail and definition remain
Strong balance sheet will come in handy as the furniture retailer retools
Investments in logistic and digital operations take toll on Swedish furniture retailer
Retailer to shift focus to city centres rather than out-of-town locations
Three-year strategy includes €3bn for mixed-use city centre developments with Ikea stores
Retailer aims to use out-of-town outlets as distribution sites and unveils assembly push
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‘It is a rite of passage — and the passage is ours as much as the boy’s
The furniture retailer is tailoring its offerings to local tastes
Swedish furniture chain sees country as one of its most promising
Pioneering projects in Denmark point the way for new styles of co-living — but at a price
The streaming service hopes to exploit a boom in internet use in the country. But can it avoid the pitfalls that have dogged other ventures?
Hyderabad superstore will sell chicken biryani as well as furniture
World’s largest furniture retailer experiments with alternative ways to spur sales
Flat-pack group speeds up shift to city centres, eyes VR tools and furniture rental
The story of the store’s rise from 1950s smalltown Sweden to all-conquering international behemoth
With the death of founder Ingvar Kamprad and the rise in online competition, can the company reinvent itself?
The Swedish furniture giant is the very definition of a love/hate relationship
Swede who launched flat-pack furniture group from a shed revolutionised interior design
Swede launched flat-pack furniture group at 17 by selling pencils and postcards
Flat-pack retailer set up multi-prong empire to preserve control and lower tax
Reform is necessary but complex. Enforcement mostly requires guts.
Competition regulator probes Dutch rulings that allowed flat-pack retailer to cut bills