Ahold Delhaize reports €22.3m share buyback The Dutch retailer bought over a million shares between the 20th and 24th of March, bringing the total share buyback figure to 13.2m shares, valued ay €266.7m. This forms part of a larger share buyback planned to reach €1bn. Read more.

Jacamo announces new partnership with Asos to attract more millennials The menswear retailer is looking to reposition its brand in the coming years to appeal to a younger demographic. Jacamo will offer 25 pieces on Asos, with a plan to rollout further if the trial proves successful. Read more.

Card Factory reports revenue growth of 4.3% for the year to January 2017 The Wakefield-based retailer posted resilient results, with revenue reaching £398.2m. Profits were down in part due to investment in software and adding stores to its expanding portfolio. The company is looking to Ireland to drive its future growth. Read more.

Like-for-like sales at menswear retailer Moss Bros are up 5.3% to £131.5m for 2016 EBITDA also rose by 8.8% to £13.6m on the back of strong ecommerce growth, which now comprises 11% of total sales. The company attributed its strong results to investments in growing the brand identity and refitting its store portfolio. Read more.

John Lewis expands startup accelerator JLab to include Waitrose Retail-focused startups will now have the opportunity to work with the supermarket as part of the programme. Previously, JLab has emphasised smart home technology, including the winner of last year's lab Digital Bridge, a furniture AR tool. Read more.

Russian retailer Magnit reports 13% revenue growth for 2016 The company's gross profit increased to RUR295.76bn, following the addition of a net 1,970 stores to its portfolio in 2016. The retailer now operates a total of 14,059 sites, ranging from convenience stores to hypermarkets. Read more.