Monday, January 20, 2020
Superdry Julian Dunkerton

Superdry issues profit warning after Christmas sales disappoint

Superdry has issued a profit warning after its sales dropped during the key Christmas trading period.
Veganuary Peta The Vegan Society

Where are the fashion retailers during Veganuary?

Are fashion retailers doing enough to get involved?
Jigsaw rent reduction rent cuts David Ross

Jigsaw seeks 30% rent reduction from landlords

Jigsaw is seeking a 30 per cent rent reduction from its landlords and has asked to delay rent payments
Ted Baker's lenders launch independent review amid business turmoil

Ted Baker’s lenders launch independent review amid business turmoil

Ted Baker's banking syndicate have reportedly hired restructuring experts to carry out a review of the retailer's prospects.
PrettyLittleThing pledges $300,000 (£157,000) to support relief efforts in the Australian bushfire crisis. $100,000 pledged for Wires Wildlife Rescue, $100,000 for Red Cross Australia & $100,000 for the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.These are in addition to donations already made to the St Vincent de Paul charity

PrettyLittleThing donates £157,000 for Australian bushfire relief efforts

PrettyLittleThing has joined a growing list of Australian retailers in making a £157,000 donation to Aussie bushfire relief.
Paul Smith trading update

Paul Smith bucks high street trend as sales reach £215m

Paul Smith has posted an increase in sales and profits as it bucked the high street trend.
Hobbs trading update

Hobbs boasts “strong performance” as it returns to profit

Hobbs has reported a “strong performance” within a “challenging retail environment”
Shoe Zone Anthony Smith trading update

Shoe Zone profits down due to “increased financial burden” CEO says

Shoe Zone chief executive Anthony Smith has blamed the fall in its annual profits
Belstaff Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Belstaff reliant on billionaire owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe after £48m loss

Belstaff is reportedly dependent on billionaire owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe to survive after posting a £48 million loss
Bonmarche creditors administration Edinburgh Woollen Mill Philip Day

Bonmarche administration wipes out creditors’ £24m

Bonmarche's creditors are unlikely to retrieve the £23.9 million they are owed, as there may not be enough cash

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