Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Pets at Home Peter Pritchard

Pets at Home’s dog grooming service boosts Christmas sales 7.9%

Pets at Home has recorded a revenue growth over the key Christmas and Black Friday trading period following a surge in demand
Sir Philip Green Peter Hain

Sir Philip Green no longer facing assault charges in US

Charges of misdemeanour assault against Sir Philip Green have been dropped in the US after Justice Vince Roberts dismissed
Signet Jewelers Ernest Jones H Samuel

Ernest Jones owner registers sales drop in “difficult environment”

Ernest Jones and H Samuel owner Signet Jewelers has reported a sales decline during the golden quarter
Theo Paphitis' Ryman & Robert Dyas grow but rent cuts sought for Boux Avenue

Theo Paphitis’ Ryman & Robert Dyas grow but rent cuts sought for Boux Avenue

Theo Paphitis Retail Group has recorded full-year growth for its Ryman and Robert Dyas chains, but tough trading for Boux Avenue
Halfords Graham Stapleton

Halfords revenue rises in golden quarter thanks to “strong demand”

Halfords has seen its revenue jump during its third quarter after recording a “solid” sales performance.
The Works posts half-year loss & slowing sales as CEO Kevin Keaney resigns

The Works posts half-year loss & slowing sales as CEO Kevin Keaney resigns

// The Works posted a half-year loss and a slowdown in sales and a decline in like-for-likes // It also revealed that CEO Kevin Keaney...
BID fund high street

Businesses raising £2.1m weekly to transform UK high streets

Many high street businesses in the UK are raising £2.1 million each week to increase shoppers and visitors.
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group urges PM Boris Johnson to reform business rates

Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group urges business rates reform in letter to PM

// Mike Ashley's Frasers Group writes to the PM, urging him to reform business rates // It called on Boris Johnson to make changes to...
Marks and Spencer M&S Moody's

M&S’s credit score plunges into the negative

Moody’s has downgraded Marks and Spencer's credit rating from stable to negative following a strenuous year for the retailer
WHSmith Carl Cowling

WHSmith to face backlash over CEO Carl Cowling’s pension

WHSmith is reportedly on the verge of becoming the first major retailer to face a pay backlash this year over the pension award

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