K+N, Primark and Bolloré all put a brave face on Q1 numbers
The difficulty of presenting year-on-year changes in financial results is becoming ever more apparent, with ...
Interesting Q&A with the chief executive of US footwear retailer Foot Locker about its supply chain and how it has adapted it to fit the buying habits of the modern consumer: “our inventory is much more productive because it is now available to everybody”. Comes in two parts, the second of which can be found here.
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