Retail News - Amazon and Macmillan strike deal

A deal has been struck between Amazon and Macmillan regarding the sale of books and e-books – the most recent partnership between the e-commerce brand and publishing house, after issues were raised over e-book profits.

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Barack Obama has heralded a “new chapter” in US – Cuban relations after the American President announced plans to normalise its diplomatic and economic relationship with the Caribbean island.

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Retail News - Andy Clarke to be new president of IGD

The chief executive of Asda Andy Clarke is planning to take on the role of president of IGD – the grocery and food training and research charity.

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Stability might be around the corner for ethical US clothing manufacturer American Apparel, as markets responded positively to Paula Schneider’s appointment as chief executive.

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Retail News - Gap partners with JD.com

Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com Inc has formed a partnership with Gap in order to sell the American brand online in China – as JD competes directly with Alibaba to win over global commerce.

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Retail News - Net-a-Porter buys out My-Wardrobe

Luxury fashion e-retailer My-Wardrobe ended trading last night, after it’s name and assets were sold to Net-a-Porter.

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Consumer rights pressure group Which? has published a report into misleading offers by electrical retailers, including Argos, Amazon and John Lewis.

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Retail News - H&M opens new Dublin flagship today

Swedish fashion brand H&M is to open a new flagship today in Dublin – the largest branch in the city.

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Retail News - Mobile firm giants sign £5bn deal with government to improve coverage

The deal will see the four largest network providers in the UK – EE, O2,Three and Vodafone – invest a combined £5 billion to ensure that 90 per cent of the UK will have basic text and voice coverage by 2017.

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Liberal Democrat minister Vince Cable has been advised not to interfere with the business strategy of Tesco – which has been struggling recently.

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