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High street crisis deepens as 3,150 staff lose jobs in a week | Business

Mothercare and Links of London will disappear from UK high streets this week as 94 stores close their doors for good, resulting in 3,150 job losses. All 79 Mothercare shops and 15 Links of London will have shut by Sunday night, after both companies collapsed into administration before Christmas. The latest wave of closures, with …

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Black Friday is the thief of retailers’ Christmas gladness | Business

For Dr Seuss it was the Grinch that stole Christmas in order to put an end to the festive cheer of the residents of Whoville. Now modern-day retailers have found their own way to stop Christmas from coming: Black Friday, the discount bonanza that today rivals Advent for its role in the countdown to the …

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Next exceeds Christmas forecasts as demand for knitwear spurs sales | Business

Next has emerged as a winner from a tough Christmas trading period for Britain’s retailers after the cold snap in November stoked demand for winter coats and knitwear. The high street company reported full-price sales growth of 5.2% for the last two months of 2019, which was well ahead of its own forecasts. The better …

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Former Next boss Sir David Jones dies, aged 76 | Business

Sir David Jones, the former boss of Next, has died at the age of 76. He was responsible for turning the chain into a powerhouse of the high street, and guided the current CEO Simon Wolfson when he was Jones’s assistant during the 1990s. Next said in a statement: “It is with great sadness that …

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Boxing Day sales dip blamed on poor weather and Black Friday | Business

The Boxing Day sales were a damp squib for struggling high street retailers with the much smaller crowds blamed on a combination of bad weather and rival Black Friday discounts offered in November. Shoppers still started queueing before dawn outside shopping centres such as the Trafford Centre in Manchester and branches of high street chain …

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