UK: Arcadia FY profits up 25% despite flat sales
By Richard Woodard | 21 November 2012
Fashion retail group Arcadia overcame "very challenging conditions" in the UK and around the world to deliver full-year, pre-tax profits before exceptional items up 25% on last year.
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