UK beauty chain Superdrug is riding high on the back of its Love Island sponsorship with full-year profits and sales both rising and the company seeing continued growth momentum in important product categories.
The authority responsible for London's Oxford Street is to discuss how it can move forward after axing plans to pedestrianise part of the giant shopping street as new data shows illegal levels of toxic air in the area.
A Dubai-based tech firm has announced an ambitious online mall project with Mall.Global intending to “give traditional e-commerce a facelift by incorporating immersive technologies and operational practices.”
The problems currently being endured by Australian department store operators have come into even sharper focus as upscale retailer David Jones has axed 16 senior staff with its fashion MD having been terminated
Glossier's founder and CEO Emily Weiss has named Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake as Glossier's first independent board member, an addition that stokes rumors of a possible future IPO for the millennial-favorite beauty brand.
The social-selling cosmetics company announced on Monday the launch of its first podcast series, "Make it Happen: Powered by Avon", which will feature discussions aimed at entrepreneurs in the beauty industry.
French supermarket chain Casino and cosmetics group L’Oreal are launching new beauty stores in Paris this weekend, the latest effort by brick and mortar retailers to retain customers in the face of online competition.
As House of Fraser prepares for one of the most important days in its 170-year history (with its creditors voting on its CVA Friday) the company has released a broad outline of its new product and trade strategy.
Debenhams said this week that it could dispose of certain assets as it seeks to conserve cash and focus more intensely on fixing its core UK business, with analysts saying profitable Magasin du Nord could be sold.
House of Fraser's lenders have thrown it a lifeline with a conditional financing deal that is dependent on its CVA being voted through and on the £70 million cash injection from its future majority owner C.Banner.
Debenhams is going nowhere fast at the moment as tough trading conditions mean its recovery plan isn't delivering the results it wants, except on digital. The answer? A focus on cost cuts and carrying on with that plan.