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Phones 4u administrator PwC has ruled out a last minute rescue plan that would have involved the retailer’s bondholders taking part in a debt-for-equity swap.
Card Factory will open a “small number” of stores in the Republic of Ireland next year as it continues its rapid store roll out following its IPO.
Beales sales slipped in its half year as it closed loss-making stores in the period but it said sales have improved in the second half.
French Connection is now looking to international expansion with launches in Germany and Holland planned as its turnaround plan gathers pace.
Card Factory grew its half-year underlying operating profits by 9.3% as it made a statutory loss of £7.9m in its first results since floating.
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On the day Scotland heads en masse to the polling booths, Retail Week rounds up how retail bosses expect Scottish independence will impact the retail industry and affect consumers.
As he prepares to join the House of Lords, the former M&S boss speaks to Retail Week.
In the wake of Dixons Carphone’s merger, what lessons can retailers learn to ensure their mergers are successful long term?
A quarterly retail sales rise of 15% and total annual revenues up 27% to almost £1bn would normally be cause for throwing hats in the air.