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Sears to sue power tools vendor One World over contractual dispute US retailer Sears is likely to file a lawsuit against One World, its power tools supplier, for allegedly not fulfilling their supply contract and making unreasonable demands. General Retailers > Hypermarkets & Supermarkets > News

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Convenience Stores & Gas Stations

Circle K opens flagship convenience store in Chicago
Circle K continues to grow its presence in the Chicago area as it opens a new flagship convenience store at 100 W Geneva Road in Wheaton.
General Retailers > Convenience Stores & Gas Stations > News
Sunoco to divest 1,100 convenience stores to 7-Eleven for $3.3bn
By RBR Staff Writer
US-based fuel retailer Sunoco has agreed to divest around 1,100 convenience stores for $3.3bn to 7-Eleven, a subsidiary of Japanese retail group Seven & I.
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Department Stores

JCPenney to add more in-store Sephora locations
By RBR Staff Writer
American retailer JCPenney said it will add 70 new Sephora shops in its locations and expand 32 already operating shops.
General Retailers > Department Stores > News
Boden to open womenswear concessions in John Lewis stores
UK fashion online retailer Boden will open womenswear concessions in John Lewis' department stores.
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Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

Sears to sue power tools vendor One World over contractual dispute
By RBR Staff Writer
US retailer Sears is likely to file a lawsuit against One World, its power tools supplier, for allegedly not fulfilling their supply contract and making unreasonable demands.
General Retailers > Hypermarkets & Supermarkets > News
Retailers' radio ads in US urge congress to preserve $40bn debit card reform law
The National Retail Federation in the US has launched an advertising campaign appealing to Congress to reject efforts to repeal debit card swipe fee reform that has saved retailers and their customers over $40bn and brought much needed competition to the payments market.
General Retailers > Hypermarkets & Supermarkets > News

Multi-channel & Online Retailing

Globalegrow to invest $116m and open over 1,000 stores in China
Globalegrow has revealed its plans to expand its cross-border e-commerce business in the Chinese e-commerce market and help overseas suppliers to develop their business in the country.
General Retailers > Multi-channel & Online Retailing > News
Amazon reports 23% increase in Q1 net sales
By RBR Staff Writer
Online retailing giant Amazon has reported a 23% increase in its net sales to $35.7bn in the first quarter of this year, compared to $29.1bn for the same period in 2016.
General Retailers > Multi-channel & Online Retailing > News