Saturday, January 25, 2020
Travis Perkins Q3 sales rise 15% thanks to Wickes. The home improvement retailer also said it had brought the sale process for its plumbing and heating division to a halt due to uncertain market conditions.

Top 5 news stories you should read today

Travis Perkins Q3 sales rise 15% thanks to Wickes, Co-op launch initiative to improve night shift workers’ sleep quality.
Gear4Music Andrew Wass CEO trading update

Gear4Music in tune with forecast after sales reach £49m

Gear4Music has reported that its sales have reached almost £50 million in the six months to September 30.
OnBuy reveals new refurbished electronics section

OnBuy reveals new refurbished electronics section

OnBuy is set to introduce a dedicated department for refurbished electronics for the first time.
Peter Jones mulls Jessops administration

Peter Jones mulls CVA for Jessops

Jessops is reportedly set to call in administrators as its owner, Peter Jones, makes a last-ditch attempt to save it.
Sainsbury's Argos CEO John Rogers Mike Coupe

Sainsbury’s Argos CEO John Rogers quits

The chief executive of Sainsbury's owned chain Argos, John Rogers is stepping down to become WPP's chief financial officer.
Vodafone defies downbeat high street with plans to open 24 stores

Vodafone defies downbeat high street with plans to open 24 stores

Vodafone announces ambitious plans to open another 24 stores in 2019 after already opening 50 since the start of the year.
Dixons Carphone Alex Baldock shareholder rebellion AGM

Dixons Carphone shareholders rebel over exec pay at AGM

Dixons Carphone has said it will consult with shareholders after facing a shareholder rebellion over its leadership team
Dixons Carphone Q1 sales mobile Alex Baldock

Dixons Carphone mobile arm drags Q1 sales

Dixons Carphone has recorded an increase in like for like sales during its first quarter thanks to a “strong performance
Halfords Graham Stapleton Brexit uncertainty profit warning

Poor weather & economic uncertainty affect Halfords sales

Halfords has recorded a slump in revenues and warned investors that "political and economic uncertainty" will impact customers
John Lewis pension

John Lewis weekly sales rise thanks to Back To School

John Lewis saw total sales rise 0.4 per cent year-on-year last week as it benefitted from back to school shopping.

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