Wine retailer tackles e-commerce performance problems in time to enjoy a vintage Christmas. Jessica Twentyman will drink to that.
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The UK government seems reluctant to regulate against bulk buying of tickets online – despite calls from the industry, artists, experts and the police to do so.
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In a brave new world of smart, connected products, even a bottle of whisky needs to up its game, says Venky Balakrishnan, global vice president of digital innovation at drinks giant Diageo.
Retail giant Tesco's turnaround plan includes a bold move to sell off its dunnhumby marketing data services business, with WPP reportedly lurking in the wings with its check book.
Online shopping has given Sainsbury's a boost, but continues to undermine performance at Marks & Spencer.
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