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Failed British department store retailer BHS will see its remaining stores shuttered within four weeks.
Failed British department store retailer BHS is beginning to wind down its operations with plans to shutter 20 of its UK stores at the weekend.
The online and overseas operations of failed British department store retailer BHS have been sold to Qatar conglomerate Al Mana.
After more than eight decades of trading, British department store retailer BHS is to go into liquidation with the loss of up to 11,000 jobs after efforts to find a buyer failed.
The fall-out from the demise of UK apparel and homewares retailer BHS is starting to be felt as two of its suppliers have gone into administration, including the owner of the Pretty Polly, Gossard and Aristoc brands.
UK retailers Marks & Spencer and Debenhams stand to gain the most from the break up of high street stalwart BHS, which went into administration last month, according to one analyst.
The administrators of UK retailer BHS are understood to have received five bids for the bulk of the business, just weeks after it collapsed into administration.
The UK's Insolvency Service has been instructed to launch a fast-track investigation into the circumstances surrounding last week's collapse retailer BHS, which has left around 11,000 jobs at risk.
UK high street stalwart BHS has received a number of expressions of interest, its administrators have said, just days after filing for administration.
A lack of modernisation, an unclear brand identity and a rapidly evolving competitive landscape have driven the collapse of UK retailer BHS after 88 years trading.
High street stalwart BHS has won a stay of execution after creditors voted in support of a rent cut plan for some of its UK stores.
UK high street stalwart BHS has threatened to close around 40 stores unless it is successful in "substantially" reducing rents.
Struggling department store chain BHS has confirmed the appointment of Darren Topp as its interim CEO following the resignation of Richard Price.
Troubled department store chain BHS said it is "looking at options" for its property portfolio that may result in store closures, following its sale last week to Retail Acquisitions.
UK retailer Arcadia Group has sold its troubled department store chain BHS to Retail Acquisitions in a deal described by one analyst as a "sensible strategic" move.
Fashion retail group Arcadia has been urged to sign the accord on fire and safety in Bangladesh, following the recent garment factory tragedies in the country.
Fashion retail group Arcadia is reportedly planning to open its first Topshop stores in Germany.
Gieves & Hawkes has revealed a series of management appointments in a bid to drive growth at the London-based tailor.
Arcadia owner Sir Philip Green is reportedly ramping up the retailer's use of British manufacturers.
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The Timex Group, one of Sri Lanka's leading export apparel manufacturers, has launched one of its own brand labels in the UK through high street department store chain BHS.
UK fashion retailer Arcadia Group, operator of the Topshop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins stores, has named Richard Price, Marks & Spencer's trading director for men's wear, as managing director of its BHS chain.
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