The high court in London ruled on Tuesday that Mike Ashley's Sports Direct International Plc must share documents related to the accounting regulator's probe into its auditor's conduct of 2016 accounts.
Britain's JD Sports promised on Tuesday to back up its purchase of U.S. chain Finish Line by investing £200 million over the next five years after overseas growth helped fuel a 19 percent rise in first-half earnings.
John Lewis Partnership had released plenty of exciting news last week around its chains' name changes, its Oxford Street makeover and new product launches, but its sales figures were less exciting with a 3.8% drop.
Consumer goods giant Unilever said simplifying its parent company structure from two UK and Dutch legal entities into a single holding company would conclude in December, when shares in the new firm would start trading.
China's largest e-commerce firm has ceded control of its Russian business to form a new venture with a state fund and two technology firms, hoping that access to their consumer base with help boost its development.
JD Sports is a business that can't seem to put a foot wrong at the moment and after a stunning first half it said H2 has started well. While its Outdoor business suffered from the hot summer, its main chain is on a roll.
The owners of a proposed German department store chain formed by the merger of Karstadt and Kaufhof, have agreed to provide the company with a cash injection of 400 million euros, a magazine reported on Monday.
The UK menswear sector has been growing for some time and that trend is expected to continue for the next four years, according to the latest report from digital analytics consultancy agency Onefourzero.
A spokesperson said 15 members of staff have been laid off, however an industry insider put the figure closer to 80. The move comes a little over a year after the brand was acquired by two Walmart heirs in a £200m sale.
The American apparel brand announced the launch of the “New Crew” on Monday, revealing a strategy that repositions J.Crew as an inclusive label, while also taking the prepster favorite back to its roots.