The parliamentary debate on BHS and vote to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood.
Lord Stuart Rose has come out in defence of Sir Philip Green keeping his knighthood following the furore over the BHS pension shortfall.
Some retailers hit the headlines for the wrong reasons this year and were left with their reputations severely tarnished.
The Pensions Regulator insists the “door remains open” to strike a deal with former BHS owner Sir Philip Green to plug the retailer’s pension deficit.
Primark finance boss John Bason has said the retailer believes it is “more than likely” it will reopen stores on April 12.
N Brown chair Matt Davies has resigned from his role with the fashion group, effective from the end of March.
Primark estimates that non-essential retail closures across its global store estate cost the business £1.1bn in lost sales in the first half of its financial year, but expects the period after lockdown ends to be “highly cash generative”.
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