The top 30 retailers in the UK have been revealed, which has seen a new business take the number one spot for the first time since 2010.
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For US retailers, Black Friday represents the biggest shopping day of the year, so it’s not surprising that it made the leap across to the UK, adopted by Amazon in 2010.
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When Instagram launched in 2010, few people could have predicted the success that the photo sharing platform was going to have. Seven years later, the app has over 400m active users every day.
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