Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Mike Ashley Sports Direct shareholder

Mike Ashley faces shareholder rebellion as Sports Direct’s credibility crumbles

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley could face a shareholder rebellion at the retailer’s annual general meeting next month
Lululemon's sales and profits have risen over the year

Lululemon UK full-year profits & sales rise

In its recent results, Lululemon’s UK wing’s profit increased by 42% after tax, totalling at £1.2m.
Nike Sneakrs app sneakerhead exclusive

Hands On with Nike’s Sneakrs app

Nike may have created a boost in shoppers flocking to its stores since releasing the Sneakrs app.
Sports Direct in talks with auditor MHA Macintyre Hudson after being shunned by big 4 firms while scrambling to avoid stock market suspension

MHA Macintyre Hudson might become Sports Direct’s new auditor

Sports Direct in talks with smaller auditor MHA Macintyre Hudson after being shunned by the big four accounting firms.
Sports Direct auditor Grant Thornton

Sports Direct scrambles to hire new auditor to avoid suspension

Sports Direct is seeking to appoint a Big 4 auditor in a bid to avoid a possible suspension from the London Stock Exchange.
JD Sports Usdaw protest

Over 600 JD Sports workers to protest against reduced breaks

Over 600 workers have signed up to a grievance to protest against sports goods retailer JD Sports, after it reduced break hours
Sports Direct Mike Ashley Grant Thornton auditor

Sports Direct shares fall after auditor Grant Thornton quits

Sports Direct has revealed its shares have fallen by 10 per cent after auditor Grant Thornton quit from its decade-long role.
Sports Direct shares

Sports Direct auditor Grant Thornton quits

Sports Direct’s auditor Grant Thornton has given notice on its work for the business in the wake of a £624 million tax claim
Angling Direct half year sales continues to rise

Angling Direct enjoys 41% surge in store sales

Angling Direct sales continued to rise in the first half of its current year, driven by in-store shoppers and expansion.
Mike Ashley son-in-law Michael Murray: Sports Direct's transformation to "Selfridges of sport" will take 4 years

Michael Murray: Sports Direct’s upmarket transformation will take 4 years

Mike Ashley's future son-in-law has said it would take Sports Direct at least 4 years before it completes its transformation.

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