UK: 2,000 jobs go as JJB Sports falls into administration
By Katie Smith | 1 October 2012
Around 2,200 jobs have been lost as troubled sportswear retailer JJB today (1 October) collapsed into administration after failing to restructure the business or find a buyer for it stores.
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