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UK Retail Sales Up in April But Consumers Fret Over Brexit

Retail sales surged in April, recovering from a dip in May and defying both Brexit uncertainty and inflation, but a report shows the divorce with the EU is weighing on consumers' minds.

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JC Penney, Lidl and Stage Stores Branch Out to Find New Revenue Streams

As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. And these days retailers really need to find new lifelines. The result is international expansion, an off-price acquisition and a play for corporate customers.

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Around the Web: Retail Incubators, Amazon Takedowns & Sephora Sitting Pretty

This week, there was much talk about Amazon's ability to grow by rolling out new platforms and making acquisitions, beauty's natural ability to cater to consumers looking for experiences and how mobile wallets could transform luxury retail.

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Retail Roundup: Sainsbury Beefs up Apparel, JCP Poised to Clean up in a Post Sears Era, and More

Fashion offers new opportunities for British grocer Sainsbury, J.C. Penney is prime to inherit Sears’ appliance business, Macy’s disagreement with investors comes to a head and a new CEO plots the path forward for Land’s End

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