AO World has reported an eight per cent jump in UK sales, which reflected a strong start to its year in April and May.
Maplin’s suppliers, employees and other unsecured creditors, plus the taxman, stand to lose almost £217 million following the retailer's collapse.
Maplin is understood to owe its creditors nearly £150 million and doubts have been cast over how much many of them will get back.
More movement on Game's board as Mike Ashley becomes the biggest shareholder at the retailer.
Dixons Carphone’s UK and Ireland chief executive Katie Bickerstaffe has announced her departure from the retailer after 10 years.
AO World has revealed full year expectations of double-digit sales growth despite an increasingly tough retail market.
No credible offers have been made for Maplin bringing its remaining 2500 staff in real danger of redundancy.
66 more job losses have been announced at the Maplin head offices in London and Rotherham while the search for a buyer continues.
"Black Wednesday" saw Maplin fall into administration. The Retail Gazette takes a closer look at what went wrong, when and why.
Electronics retailer Maplin is scrambling to secure capital by tomorrow in order to avoid being the next high street casualty.