DFS has affirmed its profit outlook for the year, but pointed to the weaker backdrop caused by ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
High street sales in June fell by the biggest margin on record for the summer month, with shoppers sitting on their hands over Brexit uncertainty, according to new data.
The founder of Primark, Arthur Ryan, has died at the age of 83, the company has confirmed.
A so-called “Glastonbury effect” has led to a spike in sales of guitars.
Leading retail bodies have written to the Government asking for more to be done to tackle widespread violence and abuse against shop workers.
Food and drink suppliers have called for online giant Amazon to come under the watch of the grocery industry regulator.
Fashion retailer N Brown has posted further sales declines, but insisted its turnaround strategy is bearing fruit in “challenging” markets as online trade lifted.
High street giant Marks & Spencer has revealed 85.1% take-up for its £600 million investor cash-call to finance its joint venture deal with online grocer Ocado.
The owner of high street fashion chain Zara has notched up a 10% hike in first-quarter profits after record sales thanks to a further global push online.
Online fashion retailer Boohoo has said first quarter group revenues surged by 39% after strong growth across all its brands.
The number of people employed in retail jobs on Scotland’s high streets fell by almost 9% over six years, according to analysis.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct International has made a £51.9 million bid for retailer Game Digital, but warned over possible store closures and job losses under plans to overhaul the chain.
Shoppers shunned the high street and kept their wallets closed last month, leading to sales plunging in May faster than at any time in the last 24 years, new data shows.
Retailers, airports and power stations have topped the list for having the biggest business rates bill in the UK this year, new research reveals.
A leading guitar retailer says it has recorded a 15% increase in shoppers and believes people are turning to music to escape stress.
Consumers continued to shop in April despite economic uncertainty with record growth seen online, official figures show.
Retail giant Marks & Spencer has posted a 10% drop in annual profits amid a sweeping overhaul that will see it shut another 110 stores.
More than 82,000 properties in England have lodged appeals against business rates since the controversial overhaul of the system, according to official figures.
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.
High-street fashion chain Select has plunged into administration, putting 1,800 jobs at risk.
Retail sales have risen in Scotland for the third consecutive quarter, according to official statistics.
Shoppers at some of Britain’s biggest high street stores have been filmed by researchers to examine their buying behaviour, with some footage placed on a public YouTube channel, an investigation has found.
Property giant British Land is selling off 12 Sainsbury’s superstores from its joint venture with the supermarket under plans to slash its exposure to the troubled retail sector.
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.