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Puma pulls in sales at Kering

Sportswear brand Puma is regaining strength by helping offset poor sales of Gucci handbags at Kering, the French retail giant.

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New CEO at Luxottica

The largest eyewear brand globally, Luxottica yesterday made a senior Procter & Gamble manager its new co-chief, after two chief executives had left the company within six weeks.

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IKEA to expand online shopping option

Homeware retailer IKEA is currently concentrating on its e-commerce sector, and aiming for increased sales by making its furniture simpler to buy online.

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New TK Maxx flagship to be built in Edinburgh

Clothing retailer TK Maxx has just signed a lease on a new flagship store which is to be located in the centre of Edinburgh

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Marc Andreesen to leave eBay

Multinational e-commerce retailer eBay Inc has just announced that its current venture capitalist, Marc Andreesen, is to quit the company board, following the brands announcing last month that it was to spin off PayPal, its electronic payment sector.

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House of Fraser plan to launch new delivery service

House of Fraser is planning to bring out a new service that delivers customers their products within 13 hours of ordering, and even before they leave to go to work.

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Footfall drops on UK high streets due to warm weather

UK footfall dropped considerably in the during September, when the warm weather stopped consumers purchasing winter products, even though August had proved to be a lucrative month.

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Retail brands to launch in Hawaii

A wide variety of fashion brands are launching in Hawaii in the near future, such as Valentino, Celine and Van Cleef & Arpels.

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Black Friday could begin at 8am on Thanksgiving Day

US retailers may begin their Black Friday sales as early as 8am on Thanksgiving itself this year.

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Gap to employ 63,000 new staff for the festive season

Clothing retailer Gap have revealed plans to create 63,000 new jobs for the festive season, which will be dispersed throughout the company including the e-commerce site.

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