Tag : Sir Ian Cheshire
Terry Duddy steps down from Hammerson board Subscription
Terry Duddy has stepped down as non-executive director at Hammerson after taking up the role of interim chair at Debenhams earlier this month.
Moody's reassesses New Look and Debenhams Subscription
Credit ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded New Look’s senior secured notes rating and changed the outlook on Debenhams’ corporate family rating and probability of default rating from stable to negative.
Debenhams chairman Sir Ian Cheshire has stepped down from his role after two of the retailer’s major shareholders voted against his re-election to the board.
The chairman of Debenhams has challenged Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley to table a formal bid to buy the department store chain, in which he owns a 29% stake.
As part of Drapers’ 130th anniversary celebrations this year, we brought together some of fashion retail’s biggest names for a series of unique one-on-one interviews. Today, long-time friends Sir Ian Cheshire, chairman of Debenhams, talks to maverick Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin.
Debenhams confirms Sir Ian Cheshire as chairman Subscription
Debenhams has appointed Sir Ian Cheshire as non-executive director and chairman elect, to replace chairman Nigel Northridge when he steps down on April 7.