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Holland & Barrett is looking to boost its credentials in the grocery sector with a major overhaul of its food and drink offering.

London’s Oxford Street has suffered greatly in recent years from a rise in vacant units, the slow return of shoppers after Covid-19, and an influx of American sweet shops that avoid paying business rates and lower the tone of the

Boots is to open its first ever beauty-only store as it looks to further tap into the consistent growth in the category that has led to ongoing activity in the sector including the recent return to the UK of Sephora.

Naked Wines’ surprise director change, delayed results, and shift in strategy this week highlights the difficulty subscription businesses have balancing the constant need to bring in new customers with profitability.

Frasers has recently bought sizeable shareholdings in Boohoo, Currys and AO as well as adding to the stake in Asos.

Next unexpectedly released a trading update highlighting that it was performing much better than it had earlier predicted.

Nike is retreating from its direct-to-consumer (DTC) focus and building back its wholesale business as it reengages with third-party retailers.

Asos highlighted how the cost of delivery and returned goods is continuing to weigh heavily on its ability to generate profits.

Tesco is pushing its marketing fully into the experiential sphere with the opening of a pop-up pub ahead of the Coronation.

Long standing holdout to online shopping Primark is to expand its recently introduced online trial but it still shuns home delivery