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Tesco sales soar as customers turn to deliveries in pandemic | Business

Tesco sales soared during lockdown as shoppers switched to buying online, in local stores as well as returning to big weekly shops at the supermarkets. The UK’s biggest supermarket chain said sales at established stores rose 8.7% in the three months to 30 May, with sales of food increasing by 12%. However, clothing sales dived …

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Online Christmas Day spending expected to exceed £1bn | Business

Shoppers are forecast to spend more than £1bn online on Christmas Day after retailers lowered prices on Christmas Eve and the last-minute dash to the high street failed to materialise. The number of people visiting high streets, shopping centres and retail parks was down nearly 8% by midday on 24 December compared with last year, …

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Myntra registers 67% rise in orders over last year on first day of EORS, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Fashion etailer Myntra noted record sales on the first day of its flagship sale End Of Reason Sale (EORS). The Flipkart-owned fashion marketplace sold 1.77 lakh items within the first ten minutes of the sale going live. Overall, 3.3 million products were sold. This is highest ever order registered on the first day on …

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Amar Nagaram, Myntra-Jabong, Retail News, ET Retail

Representative Image Bengaluru: “India’s future shopper will be a mobile-first consumer,” said Amar Nagaram, head of Myntra-Jabong, at a panel discussion with retail industry stalwarts during the 20th India Fashion Forum (IFF) held in Bengaluru recently. Flipkart-owned fashion etailer noted that the Myntra app has been ranked as one of the most viewed apps in …

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Why Ted Baker is poorly suited to today’s high street | Fashion

There was a time when Ted Baker was a go-to brand for young professionals across Britain, offering clothes that tended to fall on the smart side of smart-casual. Its suits will have seen many a job interview or christening, its dresses will have been worn on Friday nights out with colleagues, its hoodies snuggled into …

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What to watch out for when shopping online from work this Cyber Monday

Pictured: (l-r) Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute and Steve Carell as Michael Scott in an episode of “The Office.” Justin Lubin | NBCU Photo Bank If you’re like many workers, you’ll be shopping online while you’re working today. A recent survey from Robert Half Technology, a human resources consulting company, found that 52% of employees …

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How data outsourced by firms lands with fraudsters, Retail News, ET Retail

NOIDA: The recent unearthing of a fake call centre that targeted Flipkart and Myntra customers has once again brought to fore the damages data breaches can cause. From offering fake jobs, insurance policies, holiday packages and huge discounts on online shopping to siphoning money from bank accounts, mushrooming fake call centres in Noida are increasingly …

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Black Friday is ‘bigger than it ever was,’ former Toys R Us CEO says

Black Friday is “bigger than it ever was,” although consumers are shifting when, where and how they shop, former Toys R Us CEO Gerald Storch told CNBC on Wednesday, dismissing those who say the frenzy is dying down. In an appearance on “Power Lunch,” Storch pointed out that the after-Thanksgiving extravaganza has become a three-day …

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High street’s hopes for Black Friday bonanza unlikely to be realised | Business

High street retailers’ hopes for a Black Friday bonanza this weekend are likely to be dashed as more shoppers choose to do their bargain-hunting online. Analysts predict an increase in spending on the day, with shoppers splashing out £4.3bn, up more than 2% on last year. But the number of visitors to retail destinations – …

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