UK: Debenhams pulls out of Jane Norman deal
By Katie Smith | 1 August 2011
Department store retailer Debenhams has pulled out of talks to save the Jane Norman fashion concessions in its stores, in a move that leaves nearly 500 jobs at risk.
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