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GAP
Assistant Visual Manager - Bluewater
Permanent · Kent
MICHAEL KORS (UK) LIMITED
Ecommerce Operations Manager, Emea
Permanent · London
SHISEIDO
Bareminerals Account Manager - Debenhams, Bury (37.5)
Permanent · BURY SAINT EDMUNDS
SHISEIDO
Bareminerals Business Manager - Debenhams, Liverpool (37.5)
Permanent · Liverpool
SHISEIDO
Bareminerals Account Manager - Debenhams, Ipswich (37.5)
Permanent · Ipswich
SHISEIDO
Shisiedo Group Fragrance Account Manager - John Lewis, Brent Cross (22.5)
Permanent · London
SUITEX INTERNATIONAL MILANO SRL
Store Manager Luxury
Permanent · LONDON
YUGEN
Social Media & Creative Content Intern
Internship · LONDON
GAP
Sales Associate - Canary Wharf (12 Hours)
Permanent · London
GAP
Senior Sales Associate - o2
Permanent · London
GAP
Sales Associate - Canary Wharf (32 Hours)
Permanent · London
GAP
Sales Associate - Edinburgh 2 (12 Hours)
Permanent · Edinburgh
GAP
Operations Associate - Cheshire Oaks (16 Hours)
Permanent · Birkenhead
GAP
Sales Associate - Stratford
Permanent · London
GAP
Floor Manager - Gap k/b Wandsworth
Permanent · London
GAP
Floor Manager - Tunbridge Wells
Permanent · Royal Tunbridge Wells
GAP
Assistant Manager - Hatfield
Permanent · Hatfield
GAP
Sales Associate - Gretna (12 Hours)
Permanent · Gretna Green
GAP
Floor Manager - Gloucester Quays (40 Hours)
Permanent · Gloucester
GAP
Sales Associate - Windsor (16 Hours)
Permanent · Windsor
GAP
Sales Associate - Lowry
Permanent · Salford
GAP
Visual Floor Manager - Wembley (40 Hours)
Permanent · Wembley

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Bernard Arnault buys one-quarter stake in fellow French patron Arnaud Lagardère’s holding company

Bernard Arnault buys one-quarter stake in fellow French patron Arnaud Lagardère’s holding company

Bernard Arnault, Europe’s richest man, has acquired a one-quarter stake in Arnaud Lagardère’s holding company, in a move that will be seen as an attempt to support the family of his fellow French billionaire.
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Alibaba's sales surge as people shop online during lockdown

Alibaba's sales surge as people shop online during lockdown

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Friday reported forecast-beating fourth-quarter revenues and profits, as more people shopped online for essentials because of the coronavirus lockdowns.
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Matalan founder sues PwC over tax advice

Matalan founder sues PwC over tax advice

John Hargreaves, the multimillionaire founder of discount retailer Matalan, is suing PwC over claims the accounting firm gave him bad advice on how to avoid paying taxes when he moved from the UK to Monaco.
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UK sets out post-Brexit tariffs to underpin trade talks

UK sets out post-Brexit tariffs to underpin trade talks

The United Kingdom announced a new post-Brexit tariff regime on Tuesday to give it leverage in trade talks, cutting levies on tens of billions of dollars of supply chain imports.
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Tech firm launches zero-contact click & collect service for retailers

Tech firm launches zero-contact click & collect service for retailers

The service was fast tracked to meet retailers’ needs during the crisis as it allows shoppers to pick up orders without having to go into a store.
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UK consumer confidence stays low, consumer spending to suffer - report

UK consumer confidence stays low, consumer spending to suffer - report

UK consumers are feeling battered and lack confidence as their incomes drop at a faster pace than ever due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri on feminism, the female gaze and working with women photographers

Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri on feminism, the female gaze and working with women photographers

Christian Dior’s The Female Gaze podcast series took on a new dimension on Friday, as its new episode featured an interview with creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, who described herself as a political couturier.
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Poundland to reopen some stores next week

Poundland to reopen some stores next week

The discount chain is preparing to open 36 stores across the UK next week as the country starts to show signs of gradual return to normalcy.
Fashion
Intu gets new chief people officer from Vodafone

Intu gets new chief people officer from Vodafone

James Saunders has joined the shopping centre owner to lead its employee experience and attract and retain talent within the business. His appointment is part of Intu's five-year strategy.
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UK's furlough scheme extended, but employers must pay up too

UK's furlough scheme extended, but employers must pay up too

Britain has extended its job retention scheme by four months, but told employers they would have to help meet its huge cost from August. That could mean layoffs are likely as some firms won't be able to afford to pay.
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Shaftesbury appoints head of sustainability

Shaftesbury appoints head of sustainability

Matt Smith joins the West End landlord from The Crown Estate, where he was interim head of sustainability (real estate). He will focus on further developing and implementing Shaftesbury’s sustainability strategy.
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'A little unreal': Wary French venture out as lockdown eases

'A little unreal': Wary French venture out as lockdown eases

French sidewalks came to life Monday as officials began lifting the coronavirus lockdown, though daily life looked very different for those returning cautiously to shops and offices.
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Europe emerges from confinement, but Asia infections spike

Europe emerges from confinement, but Asia infections spike

Swathes of Europe began the long process of reopening from coronavirus lockdowns on Monday, but a resurgence of infections in China and South Korea offered a sobering reminder of the dangers of a second wave of cases.
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Ireland says Brexit trade talks timeline 'virtually impossible'

Ireland says Brexit trade talks timeline 'virtually impossible'

The coronavirus pandemic has made an already difficult timeline for a British-European Union trade deal “virtually impossible”, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said.
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Great Depression-like U.S. job losses, unemployment rate expected in April

Great Depression-like U.S. job losses, unemployment rate expected in April

The U.S. economy likely lost a staggering 22 million jobs in April, in what would be the steepest plunge in payrolls since the Great Depression.
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EU looks for evidence to rein in U.S. tech giants

EU looks for evidence to rein in U.S. tech giants

U.S. tech giants such as Facebook and Amazon could face tougher rules as European Union regulators seek evidence to curb their role as gatekeepers to the internet, according to an EU tender seen by Reuters.
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