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Mike Ashley: 'Tax the web boys 20%'


While I don't agree with Ashley on the 20% web tax and the significance of free parking, he is right in that the High Street won't make 2030 - at least in its current form. It will 'evolve' like it always has done and should be allowed to do so. If that means little in the way of clothing retail, so be it. It's up to managements to make the right decisions for their respective companies and earn their money. Although Ashley is a maligned figure with some, he is streets ahead of the game in an Industry covered in corporate fog.

Posted date

4 December 2018

Posted time

10:24 am