Upmarket fashion retailer's strategy overwhelmingly supported by shareholders
Upmarket fashion retailer Burberry has rubber-stamped a strategy to buy back shares from parent GUS.

The fashion retailer's shareholders voted almost unanimously to support the strategy of buying back£250 million worth of shares, which was announced on November 16.

Burberry operates about 145 retail sites, mainly in the US and Asia Pacific regions, as well as the UK and mainland Europe.