Carpetright forms partnership with Furniture Village The deal has seen Carpetright open its first concession within the furniture retailer's store in Guildford. The concession stand will offer a range of 89 products including laminate, wood and luxury vinyl tiles. Read more.

Best Buy posts strong second quarter results The electronics retailer's domestic comparable online sales rose 14.5% to $1.31bn, which accounted for 15.4% of total revenue in the quarter. The company’s overall same-store sales rose 1.1% as total revenue rose sightly to $9.14bn. Read more.

John Lewis & Partners to trail click & collect with Co-op From next week, the company will trial a new delivery option allowing customers to pick up online orders from The Co-operative shops. The partnership will initially launch across five Co-op branches in London, Manchester and Nottingham. Read more.

B&M reports profit increase The company reported an 8.7% increase in annual pre-tax profits to £249.4m, for the 52 weeks to 30 March. B&M's revenue was up 17.1% at £3.49bn. The retailer's portfolio includes 620 B&M stores and 281 stores under the Heron Foods and B&M Express brands. Read more.

Sales rise in Target’s first quarter The American retailer reported a year-on-year sales increased of 5.1% to $17.4bn, as comparable sales grew 4.8%. Target's curbside pickup service for online orders proved popular as ecommerce sales jumped 42%. Read more.

Marks & Spencer posts full-year results The retailer saw its profit fall 10% year-on-year, but at £523m came in ahead of analyst estimates. Currently in the first phase, Marks & Spenser’s transformation plan is on track – and will be accelerated in year ahead. Revenue fell by 3% to £10.4bn. Read more.