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ASOS and Amazon heavyweight to address businesses on eCommerce revolution

One of Europe’s foremost eCommerce leaders is set to share his considerable experience of the industry at a free event in London next month.  Brian McBride, former chairman of global fashion brand ASOS and CEO of Amazon.co.uk, is set to headline eCommerce Live UK, which promises to help businesses to supercharge their strategy across all channels …

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Revival of Edinburgh’s Jenners building may force store’s departure | Business

Edinburgh’s Jenners department store could quit the landmark position on Princes Street it has occupied for more than 180 years under plans to turn the site into a hotel, rooftop bar and restaurants. The Danish fashion billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen, who bought the building for a reported £50m in 2017, wants to restore and renovate …

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Asos profits plunge 68% after tumultuous year of IT chaos | Business

Profits at Asos have plunged by nearly 70% in a tumultuous year during which the former stock market darling’s shares plummeted and the online fashion retailer grappled with IT chaos at its overseas warehouses. Sales rose by 13% to £2.7bn in the year to 31 August, but pretax profits fell by 68% to £33.1m. Major …

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After Woodford, where is the contrition from Hargreaves Lansdown? | Nils Pratley | Business

What does Hargreaves Lansdown, Neil Woodford’s former cheerleader-in-chief, make of its old hero’s decision to throw in the towel? Surely this is an ideal moment for the investment platform’s chief executive, Chris Hill, to share the “learnings and improvements” that apply to his own firm. He’s been promising to reveal the fruits of this exercise …

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