IT has stood as a beacon of commerce for more than 170 years and is one of the Capital's most famous stores.
JENNERS will today be celebrating the relaunch of its famous toy department.
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SHE is known as the Queen of Shops, famed for taking struggling stores and turning them into overnight success stories.
JENNERS owner House of Fraser has dismissed claims that it is to sell off its stores, quashing rumours of a deal with Debenhams.
A SCOTTISH shipping company is to bring its historic name back into the limelight by rebranding its property company – which bears the name of another famous family dynasty.
ROALD DAHL'S Big Friendly Giant will be coming to life at Jenners tomorrow.
HOUSE of Fraser has confirmed that Icelandic bank Landsbanki will keep its major stake in the chain.
JENNERS is to remain in the hands of nationalised Icelandic bank Landsbanki, its parent company, House of Fraser, has confirmed.
ITS windows are plastered with dramatic "70 per cent sale" signs and shoppers could be forgiven for fearing the historic Edinburgh department store Jenners was the latest victim of the economic downturn.
SCOTLAND'S best-known department store is set to undergo its most radical makeover, The Scotsman has learned.
TWO city institutions are set to join forces as Scotland's oldest delicatessen Valvona & Crolla takes over Jenners food hall on Princes Street.
POLICE are on the hunt for a fashion-conscious thief who made off with large quantities of merchandise from an upmarket Edinburgh department store.
CELEBRITY chef James Martin is set to be brought in to modernise the restaurant at Jenners as part of a major revamp of the Princes Street store.
IT can be a tricky operation, but putting up the Christmas tree does not normally involve removing the front door or abseiling from the ceiling.
ONE of the city's top department stores has welcomed a new police anti-shoplifting initiative.
JENNERS, the Scottish department store, is to stop selling foie gras after a long campaign by activists including the Duchess of Hamilton.
THE mother of a ten-year-old boy who died after collapsing at his school sports day said he "ran like the wind" just before the tragedy.
A POST-MORTEM was due to take place today which will determine why the ten-year-old boy son of a Jenners tycoon died after collapsing at his school sports day.
JENNERS has revealed it is to close its shops at Edinburgh and Glasgow airports after a drop in sales due to stricter security rules.
JENNERS is to close its shops at Edinburgh and Glasgow airports following a drop in sales caused by tighter security rules, which include a ban on taking liquids over 100ml through screening areas.