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Home and soft furnishings retailer The White Company has confirmed it plans to expand its US operations with a physical presence.
Discount homewares department store The Original Factory Shop (tofs) has confirmed that chief executive Tony Page has stepped down.
Online retail sales in the UK continued to perform strongly despite a slowdown through smartphone transactions.
Furniture retail sales improved in February but remained some way off last year’s figure.
Hardwood furniture retailer Oak Furniture Land has confirmed it has relocated its Watford store.
Cambridge-based mobility furniture specialist Anchor Mobility has won an advertising case following allegations of misleading adverts.
Furniture retail prices in February rose by 0.3% compared to last year, with prices up by 5.1% on January.
Home improvement retailer B&Q has reported a fall in sales due to planned store closures, but delivered continued to make good progress within its digital division.
Sofa specialist ScS has reported a growth in both revenue and profit in its first half results for the 26 weeks ended 28 January 2017.
Fashion and homewares retailer Next has been given the green light for a new store in Burton.
Homewares retailer The Range has confirmed it plans to relocate its headquarters to a new site in Plymouth.
John Lewis has reported a slight rise in its latest weekly sales figures, despite its home division experiencing a decline.
Sofa retail chain DFS has confirmed a lease for a new distribution centre in Ireland.
Retail parks experienced a weakening of furniture sales driving footfall to its biggest drop since November 2013.
South Wales-based family business Leekes has been named Retailer of the Year at the prestigious Cardiff Life Awards after applying for the first time.