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Sainsbury's convert part of their stores into Netto

Sainsbury's have plans to convert part of their stores into discount chain Netto, as they relaunch the brand in the UK.

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Primark buys entire Birmingham shopping centre

Primark has just bought a Birmingham shopping centre with plans to create a four-floor retail space - even bigger than its Manchester outlet.

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New digital beauty app means more insight for L'Oreal

Beauty giant L’Oreal Paris has unveiled a ground-breaking new digital app for simulated product testing.

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Cross-store pickup for Sears and Kmart

Kmart and Sears have launched a new scheme where customers may collect orders from sears.com and kmart.com at the other brand’s store.

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It has been revealed by the Wykeland Group that Debenhams is going to be the focal-point retail element of its Flemingate regeneration programme in Beverley, Yorkshire – to open in late 2015. The £120 million development lies opposite the Beverley Minster, and consists of 162,561 sq ft of retail and leisure space.

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Toys 'R' Us to offer online shopping on their website

U.S. toy retailer Toys 'R' Us have recently unveiled their new e-commerce website, so customers can shop for products at home.

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eBay and Argos plan to extend their Click and Collect pilot partnership

UK general merchandise retailer Argos and online marketplace eBay have been piloting a new system since September whereby certain goods sold via eBay are available for collection at various Argos stores.

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2.6 per cent increase in Uniqlo same-store sales

It's a good week for Japanese casual wear brand Uniqlo.

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Only five more good years for Supermarkets?

Reports have shown that supermarkets will not be the main destination for grocery shopping much longer – with predictions that online shopping, convenience stores and discounters will overtake them within five years.

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Waitrose in Cambridge has described the Tour de France negatively in conjunction with customers shopping plans – saying they will be “disrupted” and this “sporting event” could cause “difficulty” – though they have yet to comment on this.

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