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2013: What got you clicking

Drapers takes a look at the top online stories of 2013.

1. Exclusive: Coggles enters administration
2. Primark takes BHS Canterbury store
3. Croydon Village Outlet reveals designer line up
4. Croydon discount outlet to open in ex-Allders store
5. Exclusive: Ann Harvey “under review” as concessions are axed
6. Marigay McKee to leave Harrods for Saks
7. Primark earmarks five sites for France launch
8. USC to rebrand in wake of Republic acquisition
9. Topshop to halt angora sourcing
10. Ceva Logistics reassures customers
11. Exclusive: Selfridges rocked by swathe of departures
12. Exclusive: Sales suffer six-month decline at All Saints
13. Director faces jail on VAT fraud charges
14. Primark exposed as logistics firm flounders
15. Timeline: H&M’s collaborations
16. Primark and Asos tie-up to end
17. Head office staff axed at Jaeger in latest redundancy”blood bath”
18. Victoria’s Secret signs lease in Bluewater
19. Exclusive: Jaeger restructures senior management team
20. Primark, John Lewis and Derek Lovelock win big at Drapers Awards

And what got you talking? The most commented stories of 2013:

Exclusive: Coggles enters administration
Republic buying boss heads to JD
Deputy Diary: Lack of support for Coggles is appalling
Eric Musgrave appointed Editorial Director of Drapers
Brands’ retail empires are another nail in our coffin, say angry indies
Brands angry at ‘panic discounts’ on high street
Exclusive: Ark poised to enter administration
Republic founders circle business
Exclusive: Republic mulls closures as label rejig disappoints
Mystery buyer close to Coggles deal

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