New analysis from YouGov BrandIndex reveals that the company with the strongest brand advocates in 2019 is Monzo.
Retail veterans John Lewis and Waitrose announced plans for a significant management restructure this month. Come February 2020 the two businesses will completely merge their management teams.
Beloved chocolate brand Cadbury has partnered with Age UK, the UK’s largest charity for the elderly, after research revealed the extent of loneliness among Brits aged over 65 – 225,000 don’t speak to anyone all week.
Netflix is the most positively talked about brand among millennials for the third year in a row with a score of 80.2 and a huge lead of 7.3 points, new YouGov research shows.
With roots as the young fashion section of iconic 60's department store Selfridges, Miss Selfridge should be a successful asset for the multinational retail empire Arcadia. But last year the chain posted a £17.5 million loss after sales fell more than 15%.
Holiday firm Thomas Cook collapsed this week after 178 years, despite pleas for a Government bail-out. The news triggered the largest ever peacetime repatriation to bring home 150,000 stranded holidaymakers.
Nissan chief executive Hiroto Saikawa is stepping down after becoming embroiled in the latest round of financial controversy to rock the Japanese car giant. Saikawa admitted that he had been improperly overpaid in his role, with payments which were not illegal, but were against company policy.
Bookmaker William Hill has announced that it will close roughly 700 betting shops across the UK.
This month, Tesco achieved the highest uplift in Ad Awareness of any brand in the UK with a change in score of 4.3.
The holiday plans of thousands of Britons have been put at risk by the threat of strikes by British Airways and Ryanair staff.