UK: Debenhams to create 1,200 jobs despite retail gloom
By just-style.com | 17 March 2009
Department store chain Debenhams has reported a 3.6% drop in first-half like-for-like sales, but vowed to create 1200 new jobs across the business by the end of 2010 after profits rose.
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