The once-dominant retailer will report on Wednesday one of the biggest ever losses by a UK company, Sky News learns. 00:03, UK, Wednesday 22 April 2015.
Supermarket bosses are facing calls for a competition inquiry after a consumer watchdog accused firms of ripping off shoppers with misleading offers and confusing prices.
Strong trading at retailer Primark failed to boost Associated British Foods yesterday after the Silver Spoon-to-Ovaltine conglomerate warned annual earnings will fall due to the strong pound and weak sugar sales.
And why not, with the ECB pledging to buy �60B of it monthly for at least the next year-plus? For the eurozone as a whole, government debt rose to a record 91.9% of GDP in 2014, up from 90.9% a year earlier.
Shoe Zone has blamed a penchant for ankle boots among British women this winter for a issuing a profit warning less than a year after floating on the stock market.