Newspaper retail round-up

A selection of headlines from the biggest retail stories of the week… supermarkets, New Look, Burberry, Boots, Tesco Mobile.

From The Financial Times:

Burberry boosted by China expansion
Carphone boosted by strong US growth
Hut Group triples customer database

From The Guardian:

Boots joins Christmas winners
Would you hold your hands up to shoplifting?

From The Telegraph:

Jimmy Choo to launch men’s shoe collection
Fish sales soar as celebrity chef campaign hits home

From The Independent:

Handbags in the grocery aisles
Wellies boost festive sales
Tesco Mobile chief moves on

From The Times: (paywall)

Jingling tills boost grocers – and Jamie stuffs Tesco
Snow covered the real drift away from the high street
Tine to confront that Christmas hangover – snow takes the blame at New Look

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