LONDON (Reuters) - British film and computer game rental chain Blockbuster said it is to close 62 stores and lay off 427 employees and warned its remaining 91 stores and 808 staff could face the same fate.
Manufacturers say they're delighted with the latest set of figures - and the signs are 2014 will be even better. 10:45am UK, Thursday 05 December 2013.
by CLARE WEIR - 05 December 2013. Pig farmers in Northern Ireland are to benefit from a new multi-million pound trade deal signed in China by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Mulberry's plan to turn itself into a global luxury brand has hit profits, it admitted today. The London and Somerset-based company, which is famous for its handbags named after stars including Alexa Chung and Lana Del Rey, reported a 28% tumble in ...
Hewlett Packard has cut a further 1,100 jobs in Britain as the government outsourcing contracts that once sustained the technology industry dry up and PC sales plummet.