How The Web Boomed John Lewis

How The Web Boomed John Lewis
Retail
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 8 march 2007

There’s an interesting article in the Telegraph about how the web changed British upmarket retailer John Lewis:

John Lewis may be flying high today, but in 2001 life was a lot tougher. Within weeks of buying Buy.com, the partnership cut the annual bonus for the third year running as the retailer unveiled a 23pc drop in profits.

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