JD Sports has become embroiled in controversy after putting subsidiary Go Outdoors into administration before promptly buying it back and seeking to secure better rent deals. But should JD be cheered or jeered?
It’s a controversial move, but is this opportunism at its worst or simply a reflection of an untenable retail property power dynamic? Retail Week weighs in.
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