Footasylum has swung to a half-year loss and said it will slow down its store opening plans as the retailer bemoaned a challenging trading environment.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation into Britain’s auditors following a string of scandals and concerns over conflicts of interest.
Britain’s retailers posted their weakest sales figures for five months in September as consumer confidence took a knock in the face of heightened Brexit uncertainty.
With the countdown on to Christmas, members of Arbroath Ladies Lifeboat Guild are hard at work on plans for the run-up to the special day.
X-Factor winner James Arthur is to perform in the local area for the Christmas Lights switch-on.
The Christmas lights of a shopping centre are due to be switched on by Peter Andre two months before Christmas, causing people on social media to question the festive season’s early arrival.
Perth councillors have agreed to plough £55,000 into two of the biggest events in this year’s Winter Festival line-up.
Antiques-selling programme Flog It! has been axed after 17 years as part of a shake-up to BBC One’s daytime schedule.
A programme exploring Britain’s housing crisis and a series based on the best Christmas food on the table are among a number of new daytime shows announced for BBC One.
Bonmarche has warned over profits, blaming weak consumer demand and hot summer weather for a decline in sales.
Mince pies, wrapping paper and chocolate coins have been spotted in just enough shops to let us know that Christmas is coming.
Is that sleigh bells we hear? Quite possibly.
A man who suffered a stroke claims he has been left housebound by his housing association’s lack of funding.
It’s more than 100 days until Christmas arrives on December 25, and supermarkets have already decided to stock the shelves with goodies.
Christmas is still well over three months away but shoppers have reported their bemusement at supermarket shelves already stocked with mince pies and tubs of chocolates.
Shares in Footasylum crashed on Monday after the premium sports retailer warned over full-year profits and sales.
Youngsters are being invited to audition for this year’s Perth pantomime, a dwarf-free version of Snow White.
Selfridges has defied the return of the heatwave to open its Christmas shop for those already craving some festive winter cheer.
The number of profit warnings by retailers listed on the FTSE has doubled as the sector feels the strain of rising costs and a squeeze on consumer spending.
The makers of this year’s Perth pantomime have revealed details of their dwarf-free Snow White.