Consumers continued to shop in April despite economic uncertainty with record growth seen online, official figures show.
Retail giant Marks & Spencer has posted a 10% drop in annual profits amid a sweeping overhaul that will see it shut another 110 stores.
More than 82,000 properties in England have lodged appeals against business rates since the controversial overhaul of the system, according to official figures.
High-street fashion chain Select has plunged into administration, putting 1,800 jobs at risk.
Retail sales have risen in Scotland for the third consecutive quarter, according to official statistics.
Shoppers at some of Britain’s biggest high street stores have been filmed by researchers to examine their buying behaviour, with some footage placed on a public YouTube channel, an investigation has found.
Property giant British Land is selling off 12 Sainsbury’s superstores from its joint venture with the supermarket under plans to slash its exposure to the troubled retail sector.
Gardening and DIY purchases helped boost rebounding Scottish sales figures, but growth is still lower than last year.
The owner of retail chain Boots has warned over UK store closures as it looks to slash costs amid the “most difficult” quarter in the group’s history.
Struggling retailer Debenhams has said it will give any firm takeover offer from Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct “due consideration” but added it would not solve its mounting funding crisis.
Retail sales rose in February as shoppers appeared to shrug off Brexit uncertainty, official figures show.
More than 1,700 staff at high street retailer The Entertainer are to share a record £3 million in bonuses after the group notched up a 31% surge in annual profits.
Furniture retailer ScS has reported higher interim profits but cautioned that trading in the medium term is expected to remain tough.
Shares in struggling retailer Bonmarche have tanked after it warned annual losses could hit £6 million following the return of sales woes in March.
Scottish sales in February saw a 0.8% drop compared to last year with more uncertainty for consumers in the months ahead.
Fashion retailer Quiz has seen shares more than halve after warning over profits for the second time in as many months following plunging high street sales.
Fife will be the largest beneficiary of a £50 million fund set up to help Scotland’s ailing town centres, it has been announced.
Retailer Hotel Chocolat has hailed “encouraging early signs” for its overseas start-ups as it rang up a 7% rise in half-year profits.
A stunning new vision for the transformation of a city market has been revealed.
Bosses at troubled department store Debenhams are preparing to shut as many as 20 stores this year in a bid to balance the books.
Retailers are being invited to take part in an Aberdeen City Council “business booster” event.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .
Retailers in the north-east’s biggest community have arranged a security summit following a series of alleged break-ins.
A north-east MSP has urged a council to ensure the region reaps the rewards of a £50million town centre fund.
Controversial plans to scrap free parking look like they could move ahead, despite opposition from town centre traders.
Britain's struggling retailers have faced well-documented battles to attract shoppers through their doors.
Scotrail has issued an appeal for businesses to open up new shops and cafes at its train stations.
A Post Office service will soon be returned to Muir of Ord, with the counter to be situated within the Ord Filling Station.
When you are shopping in Aberdeenshire there is only one destination – Celebrations of Turriff. This family-run department store in Turriff in the heart of Aberdeenshire offers everything you could imagine under one roof, bringing you a shopping experience you will never forget.
Plans are moving forward for the creation of a major retail development on an Aberdeenshire estate.
Leading business group urges Scottish Government to take ‘swift action’ to halt decline in Scottish retailing
A leading business group is today urging the Scottish Government to take “swift action” to halt a decline in Scottish retailing.
A mainstay of Peterhead’s high street has announced it will close.