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Ikea is exploring the launch of an online sales platform offering furniture not just from the famous flat-pack retailer but also from rivals as part o(...)

 Ikea will start renting office furniture but may then move into leasing kitchens. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Ikea is to start leasing furniture in a radical departure from its traditional business model that the Swedish group believes could lead to new ways (...)

Ikea is looking at using its out-of-town stores increasingly as distribution centres for home delivery of online purchases. Photograph: Reuters

Ikea overcame what it called “a challenging and changing retail environment” to post an increase in full-year sales of 4.5 per cent to €38.8 billion, (...)

Currently, 60 per cent of the Ikea range is based on renewable materials, while nearly 10 per cent contain recycled materials. Photograph: Getty Images

Ikea, the world’s biggest furniture retailer, plans to use only renewable and recycled materials in its products by 2030, in the latest commitment by (...)

The Ikea Concept Center, both a furniture store and headquarters of Inter Ikea, in the Netherlands. Sales from Ikea stores worldwide hit €36.4bn in 2015. Photograph: Reuters/Yves Herman

Sales growth slowed slightly at the Irish arm of homewares group Ikea last year ahead of the opening of its second Irish store. Figures published on (...)

IKEA concept needs to change more fundamentally if it is to satisfy growing number of customers requesting IKEA stores

In two medieval Dutch cities, Ikea’s most senior executives are finalising the biggest overhaul at the Swedish-born furniture empire in over 30 years.(...)