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Britvic's new chief executive is set to lay out plans for the soft drinks maker to continue as a standalone company, casting further doubt on its proposed merger with AG Barr, according to reports.
Marks & Spencer is to stop opening new clothing stores in Britain, demonstrating the challenges facing the high street.
After a disappointing fall in profits, no one can be in any doubt about the importance of the next year.
The clothing and interiors retailer Laura Ashley is to pay shareholders a £3.6m dividend to commemorate its 60th anniversary.
British luxury brand Burberry has unveiled record annual sales of £2bn, driven by a 20pc sales surge in China.
Marks & Spencer has suffered a 14pc drop in annual profits following a sharp decline in clothing sales over the last year.
After a fall in profits for Marks & Spencer, the next year is one of the most crucial in recent memory for Britain's biggest clothing retailer.
Business rates should be frozen for two years to ease the pressure on the high street, according to an influential think tank.
Warburtons has bought Giles Foods Limited, a manufacturer of garlic bread, dough balls, Danish pastries and other international breads.
Shares in Cranswick were given an early fillip with full year figures showing the Yorkshire based pork producer coping with the impact of record pig prices and benefitting from EU changes.
Rihanna's case against Topshop will go to High Court this summer, and if she wins she could break legal ground.
Household budgets in May were under the least pressure for three years, raising hopes that families' finances may be entering "a period of relative calm", a report said today.
Tesco has unveiled plans to roll-out over 50 new franchise clothing stores in the coming five years as it seeks to expand the F&F brand.
Qatar Holding is "carefully looking" at investing in Versace, alongside FSI, an Italian state-controlled investment fund targeting the food, fashion and luxury sectors.
British high streets were significantly busier than either out-of-town retail parks or shopping centres last month, providing hope for a retail industry that has been shaken by a series of corporate collapses.
Tyrrells, the premium crisps brand, is reportedly up for sale for £100m with international food giants vying to take control.
After years dominating the West End, Britain's Ambassador Theatre Group is to finally make its US debut.
The retail giant's CEO, Philip Clarke, says his company is in a unique position to fight the alarming amount of produce lost or thrown away by customers.
Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke talks of his company's plan to cut food waste and the obesity problem.
The chief executive of Tesco is to launch a major campaign against food waste this week, saying that the scale of the problem is "breathtaking" and that every family wastes £700 a year throwing away food.