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Money & Business
Could BHS be saved? Maybe, says, Robert MacIntosh - but it would take a brave team to take it on.
The once-mighty BHS is stumbling, and the money may soon run out. Leigh Sparks explains how a High Street stalwart can come so badly unstuck.
History & The Arts
How did the people in Early Modern London know the names of the streets?
How are Sainsburys stores so busy in an internet age? Can the chain help UK high streets thrive? And are there any plans to follow Tescos overseas?
This Christmas, we have swapped the bustle of late night shopping for ordering online in our pyjamas and slippers. But what does it mean for the future of the High Street?
Superdry boss Peter Bamford explains why, in an age where stores outsource distribution and IT, it's just as logical to let somebody else own the physical property you trade from.
Fiona Ellis-Chadwick explores the changes in customer relations in response to an increase in online shopping
Terry O'Sullivan explores the idea of 'The Big Middle', where low prices and innovation come together
Learn the secrets of the past, revealed by clues on the high streets of today.
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