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From bust ups with Sir Philip Green to defending Sir Fred ‘the Shred’ Goodwin’s bonus, straight-talking Lord Paul Myners is not afraid of confrontation and is likely to unleash some fiery energy into the Co-operative’s reform as it new senior non-executive director.
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SuperGroup said it was making “progress on all fronts” as underlying pre-tax profit advanced 21.8% to £17.9m in its first half to October 27.
Etailer BrandAlley is facing a barrage of complaints after it failed to process customer orders because of an IT gremlin.
Formalwear retailer Moss Bros’ like-for-likes advanced 5.3% in the 19 weeks to December 7 as it remains on course to hit anticipated market growth.
Retail news round-up on December 12, 2013: Sports Direct profits soar in first half, SuperGroup makes ‘progress on all fronts’ as profits rise and Littlewoods faces legal wrangle in Ireland over jumper design infringement.
New Look managing director for international Bernhard Ruf has joined the roster for Retail Week Live.
SuperGroup today reported underlying pre-tax profit rose 21.8% to £17.9m in its first half to October 27. The results were met positively by the City.
Regent Street retailers including Burberry, J Crew and Hamleys have pulled out all the stops for their Christmas window displays.
Now that Fat Face is the latest retailer to be thinking about an IPO, it’s timely to look back at how Sports Direct and SuperGroup have fared since going public.
Sir Philip Green says the weather has been both unseasonably mild and wet recently, but Arcadia’s problems are more deep-seated than that.