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Some creditors at collapsed stores chain JJB Sports 'got pennies'
Collapsed stores chain JJB Sports has sent some of its unsecured creditors cheques worth less than the cost of the stamps used to return the money.
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Leeds Rhinos: Cup win as special as first Grand Final victory � JJB
LONG-SERVING FORWARD Jamie Jones-Buchanan has ranked Leeds Rhinos' Tetley's Challenge Cup triumph alongside the first of his six Super League title wins.
TJ Hughes targets online sales with theEword
The company floated on the Stock Exchange in 1992 and was acquired by JJB Sports in April 2002. After a private buyout in August 2011, TJ Hughes now trades from 10 department stores nationwide.
Wigan chairman will consider McArthur offers
The 77-year-old, who made his fortune as owner of JJB Sports before buying the Latics in 1995 when they were in the fourth tier of English football, added: �We have to get enough money to get the necessary replacement.
Tom Hunter offers entrepreneurs support and money
Scotland's first �home grown� billionaire, Hunter started out selling trainers from the back of a van, eventually hitting the big league in 1998 when he sold his Sports Division chain to JJB. At the time he sold it, the business had around 250 branches ...
Edmond Jackson's Stockwatch: Success on the cards for this discount retailer
Greeting cards are not initially an appealing proposition, recalling Clinton Cards ending up in administration two years ago, yet it is possible to draw a parallel with JJB Sports' similar failure in sporting apparel and the way Sports Direct has ...
Neil Cameron: Those who believe Mike Ashley is ready to sell NUFC could end ...
There is a club in the north, son, and you're not part of it.� That was Dave Whelan to Mike Ashley back in 2000 as the JJB Sports owner and Wigan Athletic chairman failed rather spectacularly to stop a certain ambitious southern businessman from taking ...
Billionaire Sir Tom Hunter puts his money where his mouth is to help Scotland ...
... to move from a culture where someone else takes care of you to one where you have to take care of yourself," he continued.
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F&C Property predicts strong year
At the Sears Retail Park in Solihull, for example, a unit that became void after electrics retailer Comet went into administration has now been re-let to Next Home & Garden on a 15-year lease, while a void created by the insolvency of JJB Sports is ...
Whelan's �50m plea to Cameron
Dave Whelan has asked Prime Minister David Cameron for �50m to build more youth clubs across the north west. The founder of JJB Sports, and two of his pals, ploughed �5m into Wigan Youth Zone, which opened in the town centre 14 months ago.
REVEALED: Wigan owner Dave Whelan was days away from buying ...  Daily Star
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