Entries in 'recession' (24)
UK retailers saw a year-on-year decline in sales as excessive rain deterred shoppers from venturing to the High Street.
It has finally been confirmed that the UK has once again entered into recession.
It has been a bleak year for music and films so far, but it’s video games that have suffered the most.
Satoru Iwata has claimed that the best way to improve the industry’s falling sales is to abandon previous winning formulas.
The UK may be out of the recession – but publisher bosses are mindful of a slow recovery for video games.
UK GDP rose just 0.1 per cent during Q4 ...
As was expected, the ONS has confirmed that the recession that has dogged the UK economy for the last 18 months is officially over.
UK retailers believe they have cracked the formula to survive the next decade – after enduring a true annus horribilis on the High Street in 2009.
The British economy contracted by 0.8 per cent in the last quarter – more than double the figure predicted by analysts.
Will we see a cessation in rampant price-cutting from UK retail this year? That was the question from trade experts this week, as the High Street began to contemplate its ...
Whilst the ‘green shoots’ of economic recovery continue to fight their way through to the sunlight, the effects of the global recession are making their presence felt on the shopping ...
Non-food retailers have experienced their worst month since July 1992, after sales fell by three per cent on 2008.
Sony is set to terminate partnerships with more than half of its parts and materials suppliers by 2011 in a new extraordinary effort to save the company around 500 billion ...
Money is tight, going out is expensive – it’s bad news for the economy but not, it seems, for games retail. New research from Harris International shows that spending on ...
A daring and contentious budget speech by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling was punctuated with an interesting promise: the UK economy is set to grow at the start ...