Once a maker of trends and now a follower of them, Topshop became less competitive as online shopping became more popular.
Once nimble and reactive to changing trends, Topshop failed to join the internet shopping revolution and it's paying the price.
Philip Green at his flagship Topshop store in New York.
The success – and failure – of brands like Topshop and Burton has been in lockstep with the high street.
Mannequins for sale in the Crawley branch of BHS.
The pursuit of shareholder value destroys jobs, investment and the long term health of the economy, but as long it is legal Philip Green’s behaviour is just business as usual.
Gloomy times for workers at BHS.
Will MPs make an example of the BHS owners or create a moral hazard that dents welfare reforms?
Far from safe.
Previous attempts to revitalise one of Britain's best-known retail brands have gone awry. Has the rot gone too far this time?
Hitting the buffers.
When a High Street stalwart falls by the wayside, don't rush to mourn the slow death of town centre shopping.
Eyeing up the China strategy.
Topshop continues its march towards global dominance. Sir Philip Green, the firm’s owner, is now in “advanced discussions” on opening their first stores in China, with Kate Moss set to lead the brand’s…