Starbucks to Close Two Remaining Evolution Fresh Juice Stores

Starbucks is closing its two remaining Evolution Fresh juice stores. Seattle Met first reported that the two Seattle-located stores will close this spring — a move that officially removes the coffee-chain from the fresh juice bar market, notes Consumerist. However, the company is still slated to sell the juices at its coffee storefronts. Starbucks (sbux,... Continue Reading →

AO boss steps down

AO CEO and founder, John Roberts, will be replaced by COO, Steve Caunce. AO World has announced its CEO and founder, John Roberts, is stepping down after nearly 17 years. Roberts created the online electricals retailer in 2000 and will now move to a new executive role. Effective immediately, COO, Steve Caunce, will step up... Continue Reading →

John Lewis sales down 0.2% last week

Fashion sales rose by 1.4% as trade in the category was boosted by the popularity of the retailer’s own brand range Modern Rarity. In addition, sales of beauty, wellbeing and leisure products were up 11.2% as customers bought gifts for Valentine's Day. Electrical and home technology sales were also up, increasing by 0.4%. Growth was... Continue Reading →

Asda sales fall by 2.9% in fourth quarter

The fall marks an improvement for the Walmart owned company on the previous quarter when like-for-like sales dropped by 5.8%. Walmart president and chief executive Doug McMillon said Asda had faced challenges in the UK market in the past year which it is addressing “with urgency”. Sean Clarke, Asda president and chief executive, said the... Continue Reading →

Guess focuses on international markets American clothing brand Guess has decided to venture off into expansion on an international level. Chief executive officer Victor Herrero just confirmed plans to broaden the company’s reach in both Europe and Asia. The company has done well in both North America and South America, expanding in the past couple... Continue Reading →

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