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Brantano: collapse of shoe retailer puts 1000 jobs at risk
Shoe retailer Brantano has gone into administration, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk. The chain was bought out of administration just over a year ago by a company controlled by turnaround specialists Alteri Investors.
1000 jobs at risk as shoe chain enters administration  
Jobs at risk as Brantano goes into administration for second time in a year  
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