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BHS proposes CVA for half of its stores

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Am I the only person to wonder why Sir Philip Green did not negotiate better leases for BHS - if so many are so onerous - during the 15 years he owned the chain? The CVA, which looks like it will be successful, may give the business a stay of execution, but can anyone see a long-term future for BHS? And when was it last regarded, in Darren Topp's words, as "an iconic British retail brand" The early 1970s?

Posted date

4 March 2016

Posted time

8:58 am

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