Tag : Sir Philip Green
‘New era’ at Topshop/Topman Subscription
Industry observers have expressed confidence over the new senior appointments at Topshop/Topman, but warned that changes are needed if the retailer is to return to its former glory.
Footage that emerged of Sir Philip Green on his luxury yacht “feels like a huge slap in the face” to BHS employees and pensioners, a BHS pensioner told Drapers today.
700 jobs at risk as more BHS stores face closureSubscription
Shop worker’s union USDAW has warned up to 700 BHS staff will be affected by the latest wave of store closures and urged Sir Phillip Green to find alternative roles for those facing redundancy.
Analysis: Is Topshop losing its shine?Subscription
Topshop has long been considered the pinnacle of cool young fashion on the British high street. With its high-profile fans, a spot on the London Fashion Week schedule and frenzied teen following, for years Topshop has been at the cutting edge of young fashion retailing.
Analysis: Who is Topshop's new boss?Subscription
Who is Paul Price? That was the question on everyone’s lips as news of the appointment of this relatively unknown figure to the top job at Topshop and Topman was announced yesterday.
Arcadia is aiming to redeploy around 1,000 workers who were employed at its concessions within BHS stores.
Arcadia appoints advisers ahead of possible CVASubscription
Arcadia Group has appointed property advisers ahead of a possible company voluntary arrangement.
Arcadia at a Christmas crossroads Subscription
As Topshop CEO Paul Price resigns, and ahead of a slew of lease breaks and the Christmas deadline for the £310m loan repayment on its Topshop London flagship, the future of Arcadia Group looks as uncertain as ever
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has written to suppliers to inform them that it will be cancelling all orders and extending payment terms, in a bid to protect the business during the coronavirus outbreak.
Arcadia doubles payments to its pensions fundSubscription
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has doubled payments into its pensions fund to help plug a deficit of £189.6m, just days after Green made a voluntary contribution of £363m to settle the BHS pension scheme deficit.