Card Factory has launched a “festive families photocard” service inspired by the likes of the Kardashians as it looks to offset tough high street conditions.
Shopping centre owner Landsec has plunged to a half-year loss after taking a £368 million hit on the value of its properties from woes in the retail sector.
An Aberdeen fashion store has launched a closing down sale after it confirmed it was entering administration.
Soaring demand for products that save energy and cut down on waste has helped flat pack furniture giant Ikea brush off a “challenging” retail market to report a hike in annual sales.
Almost 230 people have lost their jobs after administrators were appointed at department store chain Watt Brothers.
Ads for fashion retailers Boohoo and Missguided have been banned, the first for asking customers to “send nudes” and the second for objectifying women.
A 3.1% drop in consumer footfall figures has been blamed on the “looming threat” of a no-deal Brexit.
Fashion retailer N Brown has revealed a return to profit in its first half as an online push starts to pay off.
The high street has suffered its worst September in eight years as spending buckled under the weight of Brexit uncertainty, falling footfall and big-name closures, figures suggest.
The John Lewis Partnership has said the boss of its Waitrose chain will leave and around 75 head office roles are being axed under plans to bring its department stores and supermarket under the same management team.
Shares in sofa chain ScS Group have tumbled after it revealed a recent sales hit from hot weather and Brexit uncertainty.
Flat pack furniture giant Ikea has posted rising global sales despite an overhaul under one of the “biggest transformations” in its history.
Shoppers are flocking to Hotel Chocolat in record numbers, as the high street retailer revealed profits jumped higher than expected.
Retailer Card Factory has revealed a 14% drop in half-year profits as it took a hit from efforts to stockpile ahead of Brexit.
A healthy retail period dipped in August as UK shoppers bought fewer goods than in July, figures show.
Fashion retailer French Connection has said it remains in talks over a sale of the group after pushing back the results of its strategic review once again as it revealed narrowed half-year losses.
Sir Philip Green’s Topshop and Topman fashion chains saw losses widen to more than half-a-billion pounds last year after sales tumbled.
Chicken shops are proving so popular on the high street that they were one of only three store types, along with pet shops and gyms, to see more openings than closures in the last six months, according to new research.
Homewares chain Dunelm Group has unveiled surging profits and greater market share, but it warned next year’s performance is still uncertain on account of Brexit.
Laura Ashley has swung to a loss as a continued decline in its home furnishings business and changes to its website weighed on sales.
A so-called “Glastonbury effect” has led to a spike in sales of guitars.
Amazon has launched a new service which will allow customers to collect parcels from pick-up points inside the stores of high street retailer Next.
Microsoft looks set to launch its first UK flagship store in London later this year, a minute’s walk away from Apple’s main retail base in the UK on Regent Street.
Google has offered a boost to high streets by introducing a feature that shows product stock levels in shops close to the buyer’s location.
Christmas simply wouldn’t be Christmas without Santa Claus! And this year Santa only has one home this Christmas – The Bon Accord Centre!
When you are shopping in Aberdeenshire there is only one destination – Celebrations of Turriff. This family-run department store in Turriff in the heart of Aberdeenshire offers everything you could imagine under one roof, bringing you a shopping experience you will never forget.
There are many reasons to visit Westhill, which lies just a few miles west of Aberdeen. Whether you live here, or elsewhere in Aberdeenshire, you will be amazed at the range of services and local businesses available here in this picturesque village this winter.
An Aberdeen shopping centre has awarded a disabilities charity a £5,000 bursary.
Tesco shares have tumbled despite the supermarket giant posting rising halfyear profits and its best sales hike for more than a decade.
Moss Bros has warned over profits after hot summer weather and the World Cup “distraction” pushed the menswear retailer to a half-year loss.