Day: February 26, 2020


Tesco has joined the growing cash-free revolution in the UK after opening its first cashless store in central London. The outlet offers shoppers a range of electronic payment methods via self-service tills but does not accept notes or coins. The Read more…


A shopper browses clothing at a Kohl’s Corp. department store in Peru, Illinois Daniel Acker| Bloomberg | Getty Images Retail sales in 2020 are forecast to rise between 3.5% and 4.1%, topping $3.9 trillion, despite the headwinds of a lingering Read more…


Upmarket leather goods-maker Goyard has a compact store in Mayfair’s Mount Street that always has a queue outside snaking down the road. This isn’t simply down to the store’s popularity with global fashionistas, it’s also due to Goyard’s policy that Read more…


Intu Properties, the debt-laden owner of shopping centres, including the Trafford Centre in Manchester and Lakeside in Essex, has won some breathing space by agreeing an extension to its overdraft facility. The seven banks providing Intu with its revolving credit Read more…


With a new CEO, refreshed products and a growth strategy in place, Papa John’s expects its sales to rebound this year. On Wednesday, the company said same-store sales in the U.S. and Canada are expected to rise between 2.5% and Read more…


DUBLIN, OHIO — As Wendy’s readies itself to launch breakfast nationwide March 2, the chain is preparing to go head-to-head against rivals like McDonald’s with a menu touting its quality. Three prior attempts to serve breakfast nationally over the last Read more…

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