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JD Sports boss Peter Cowgill has vowed to have a store in “every major city in Europe” after unveiling a new flagship on Oxford Street.
Operating profit at Wyevale Garden Centres grew 55% to £34.1m in the year to December 28 after a “transformational year”.
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BrightHouse has recorded a jump in pre-tax profits and sales for the year in the face of a “challenging” year created by political upheaval.
Direct Golf has reported a drop in full-year sales and profits, but says it is on track for a record performance in its current financial year.
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Carpetright has recorded a big increase in pre-tax profits as its turnaround continues apace. Here is what the analysts say.
Last week, Netherlands-based Ahold and Belgium’s Delhaize Group announced their intention to combine businesses through a merger.
Until his surprise appointment as Carpetright boss, former HMV man Wilf Walsh was more associated with Inspiral than inspiring carpets.
Thorntons, which began life a century ago, could recapture its former glories under Ferrero but a deal may hit its store estate.