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Benetton launches new creative message

Italian clothing brand the United Colors of Benetton have launched a new unifying creative theme for their products and marketing philosophies....


Dominic Chappell returns to the UK to clear his name

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell is set to return to the UK in an attempt to clear his name in the ongoing investigation into the downfall of the high street retailer....


Debenhams Ireland set to end examinership

Debenhams Retail Ireland Limited is set to end its period of examinership without opposition, after resolving disputes with landlords....


Jamie Tunnicliffe becomes CEO of sailing apparel brand Gill

Jamie Tunnicliffe has been appointed chief executive of sailing brand Gill, after managing director John Deverill announced his retirement after almost two decades in the role....


Sir Philip Green hits back at ‘biased and unfair’ BHS report

Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green has called the select committee report into the downfall of BHS the “predetermined and inaccurate output of a biased and unfair process”, and demanded an apology from work and pensions committee chair...


Consumer confidence stable but shift to leisure spend continues

Consumer confidence has remained stable for the second quarter of 2016, compared with the previous quarter, but job security is growing concern, particularly among younger consumers....


Image gallery: Selfridges unveils 20,000 sq ft Designer Studio

Selfridges unveiled the new Designer Studio at its Oxford Street store to the public yesterday, as the latest stage in its ongoing £300m regeneration project....