UK: Charges send BHS to FY loss – reports
By just-style.com | 28 May 2010
UK retailer BHS slid to a full-year loss of GBP56.3m (US$82.1m), hit by exceptional costs associated with a corporate restructuring and assimilation into owner Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire.
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