Tagged: Foyles

Life after Waterstones

Philip Jones considers the future of Foyles, following Waterstones' shock acquisition. Read more

The perfect Foyle?

Julia Kingsford considers the positives and negatives of Waterstones' recent acquisition of Foyles for both parties. Read more

Retail on the edge

Philip Jones on how the “designer bookshop” is becoming central to how high streets are reinventing themselves in the 21st century. Read more

Hunger for the new – the engine which powers publishing

Karolina Sutton looks at publishing's appetite for debuts. Read more

Changes to Foyles' buying, as it moves to Waterstones practices

Foyles is to move over to Waterstones buying practices following an "extensive review" of the Foyles business, which sees a "small" number of back office... Read more

Foyles to launch libraries in retirement homes

Foyles is entering the housing sector by partnering with property developer Elysian Residences for specially curated libraries in their retirement homes. Read more

Pictures of the year

Our 2018 pictures round-up features a young Audrey Hepburn, the Slumflower, the London Review Bookshop's 15th birthday, a tiger and a Donald Trump protest. Read more

Morpurgo, James and Byatt join forces with London bookshops to raise money for homeless

Daunt Books, Waterstones and Foyles are raising money for The Passage, a charity that supports people who are homeless, by selling a book of short... Read more

Retailers ready festive campaigns focusing on the human touch and altruism

Retailers have unleashed their Christmas offerings, hot on the heels of Black Friday, featuring whisky tastings, gift picks delivered through YouTube videos, and giant snowmen... Read more

Convenience Store Woman crowned Foyles' Fiction Book of the Year

Books from Granta, Hodder & Stoughton and Pan Macmillan have been unveiled as Foyles’ Books of the Year, with Convenience Store Woman by Japanese author... Read more

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