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Electricals retailer Currys hit the headlines over the weekend after it emerged it could become the latest big name to leave the London Stock Exchange in a huge take-private deal.
House of Fraser’s former flagship site on Oxford Street is set to undergo a £132m transformation, which will bring new offices and a swimming pool to the retail drag.
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group now owns almost a quarter of electricals seller AO after the retail giant further upped its stake.
Investors were largely sitting on their heads ahead of a packed calendar of data releases.
The programme, which begins today and will run for 11 weeks to 28 April, will see a maximum of 10m shares acquired for £80m at most, or about two per cent of the firm.
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group has furthered strengthened its position as the largest single shareholder in Boohoo.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group will move into the former John Lewis space at Invesco’s £202m shopping centre in Queensborough, as it pushes ahead with expansion plans.
City AM's UK Editor Jon Robinson asks why Frasers Group has continued increasing its stakes in the likes of Boohoo and Asos and what the endgame could be.
Retail tycoon Mike Ashley has bought yet another struggling retail brand, snapping up Matchesfashion in a discounted deal.
I Saw It First, the British fast-fashion company backed by Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group, is being dragged to court over a legal battle with a Turkish textile firm. Fabulous Textiles has instructed small UK law firm Blackstone Solicitors to file a claim against the online retailer which shot to stardom thanks to collaborations with Love [...]
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