Retail Week online team's articles

  • News

    Cash chief for Floors-2-Go

    2005-09-02T11:30:54Z

    AIM-listed Floors 2 Go has appointed Edward Taylor as finance director with immediate effect. He joins from International Decorative Surfaces, a division of French business St Gobain.

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    Floors-2-Go sales rocket

    2005-09-02T11:30:14Z

    AIM-listed Floors 2 Go reported a 124 per cent increase in first-half turnover to 34.9 million, and operating profit up from 700,000 to 2.9 million.

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    Floors-2-go set for expansion after £63m float

    2005-09-02T11:30:02Z

    Specialist retailer Floors-2-Go, which floated on AIM last week capitalised at 63 million, is on the expansion tra...

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    First Levi's For Girls outlet opens in Paris

    2005-08-12T09:08:35Z

    Levi's is targeting female shoppers with its first Levi's For Girls store, which opened in Paris on Tuesday. More shops will follow next year.

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    JJB ready to take price-fixing case to European court

    2005-08-02T10:48:18Z

    Sports giant JJB is to appeal against the 8.4 million fine imposed last week by the OFT for fixing football shirt ...

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    Fat Face to float?

    2005-04-06T10:06:00Z

    Former New Look supremo Stephen Sunnucks has joined Fat Face as a non-exec, sparking speculation of an imminent flo…

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    Mills is defiant on Ravenscraig legal challenges

    2005-03-31T13:12:22Z

    The Mills Corporation has shrugged off legal challenges to its proposed 1 million sq ft (92,900 sq m) retail and leisure development at Ravenscraig, the former steelworks east of Glasgow.

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    Vendex awaits V&D profit

    2005-03-11T13:12:52Z

    Dutch retailer Vendex KBB anticipates its struggling V&D department store chain will post a profit this year. However, it is likely that a Eu1.6 billion ( 1.07 billion) sale of the entire group will be completed before then.

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    Vendex takes action to cap V&D's losses

    2005-03-11T13:10:00Z

    Dutch retail giant Vendex has parachuted new management into department store chain Vroom & Dreesmann to cap spiralling operating losses that are expected to hit EUR 30 million to EUR 50 million ( 20.7 million to 34.5 million) this year.

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    China to get Seven-Eleven Japan

    2005-03-10T16:23:29Z

    C-store giant Seven-Eleven Japan plans to expand aggressively into China after forging a joint venture in Beijing.