Arcadia

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Philip Green, whose debt-stricken clothing empire Arcadia Group has been awarded a “lifeline”. Photograph: Benjamin Norman/New York Times

Topshop boss Philip Green once had to apologise to the Irish. The brash retail magnate had suggested to the Guardian that the Irish were illiterate. “(...)

Arcadia is planning to close six stores in the Republic. Photograph: Getty

Sir Philip Green has proposed concessions for landlords in a last-minute deal to shore up support for his retail empire’s restructuring plans. The To(...)

Topshop and Arcadia’s other brands have struggled to thrive as shoppers increasingly embrace online retail. Photograph: Reuters

Doubt hangs over the future of Philip Green’s crumbling Arcadia Group after it postponed a crucial vote because it had failed to gain enough support f(...)

It is unclear how many Irish jobs would be affected. Photograph: iStock

Philip Green’s make-or-break plan to restructure his Arcadia fashion empire would see the closure of six stores in the Republic: four in Dublin, one i(...)

Arcadia is reported to be planning a 50% cut in contributions to its pension fund as part of efforts to cut costs. Photograph: iStock

A US investor in Sir Philip Green’s fashion empire has sold its stake in the Topshop brand as the company works on restructuring plans. Los Angeles p(...)

Karren Brady who has resigned from Philip Green’s retail empire. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

BBC “Apprentice” judge and businesswoman Karren Brady has stepped down as nonexecutive chairman of Taveta Investments, the holding company of Philip G(...)

 Arcadia chairman Philip Green: has a catalogue of sexual harassment, racist abuse and bullying allegations against him. Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe

It was only “some banter”, nothing unlawful or offensive, suggested British retail tycoon Philip Green at the weekend, in response to the catalogue of(...)

  Philip Green. Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Philip Green has been named as the businessman at the centre of abuse allegations uncovered by the UK’s Daily Telegraph, making the billionaire retail(...)

Tullamore man John Lyttle is to move from Primark to the top job at Boohoo

Online clothes shop Boohoo. com has promised to pay its new chief executive £50 million in shares on top of his annual salary and bonuses if he can in(...)

William Hill: the UK Gambling Commission has fined the bookmaker at least €7 million for failing to protect customers and prevent money laundering. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Would someone who earned £365,000 a year – that’s about €415,000 – spend his days and nights glued to a screen, gambling huge amounts of money on the (...)

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