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HMV has downplayed speculation over discounting after an ITV business reporter suggested a blue cross sale might be a way of raising funds ahead of debt deadlines.
Digital revolution comes at the cost of retail devolution, right? Perhaps not.
The UK’s leading retailer Tesco has reported its strongest Christmas in the UK for three years.
The closure of the Jersey tax loophole last year has been blamed for the end of Play.com as we know it.
Global games retailer GameStop has fared better than the overall games market by posting a sales drop of just 4.6 per cent for the nine weeks ending December 29th ...
UK retail sales values were up ever so slightly by 0.3 per cent year-on-year fro December.
We are barely a week into the New Year and once again there is much talk about HMV’s financial troubles.
UK retailer GAME is to host a number of “EA lock-ins” across the country.
Sales of video games consoles in 2012 fell 33.1 per cent year-on-year.
Fresh data this week suggests the worst: selling video games in the UK during 2012 was a storm of recession and poor momentum.
The UK games industry is hoping for a brighter 2013 after last year’s software sales fell by almost £400m.
The share prices of Sainsbsury’s and Morrisons have fallen amidst predictions that the pair will report disappointing Christmas trading results later this month.
UK boxed games retailers sold 2.23m video games last week.
With the year drawing to a close and most people already scouring for beer, MCV looks back at the biggest and saddest stories of the year.
SCEE has confirmed that 30m PS3 consoles have been sold to customers – not shipped – across European and PAL territories.
BioWare is working on the first major add-on or its Star Wars MMO, The Old Republic – but it won't be coming to the High Street.
The Business Secretary Vince Cable has launched an investigation of the circumstances surrounding OpCapita’s acquisition of Comet and the chain’s subsequent collapse.
UK retailers sold 2,075,634 games last week, generating over £50m in revenue.
Sometimes a deal can seem too good to be true. But at the time of writing this offer is very much real.
HMV’s admission last week that it may well breach its bank lender covenant has led to a weekend of fervent speculation in the media.
Administrator Deloitte has confirmed that all remaining Comet stores will close their doors tomorrow (December 18th).
Think this year’s Xmas No.1 in games will be Call of Duty or FIFA? It is more likely to be Angry Birds or Minecraft.
HMV has warned it will probably breach its lender covenants in January.
Music labels and other entertainment suppliers are backing HMV with more than £40m of funding in the run-up to Christmas.
Supermarket giant Asda wants to double the number of music, videos and games it sells online.