Superdry  founder Julian Dunkerton

Julian Dunkerton, the founder of British fashion group Superdry, has become the firm’s permanent chief executive after he won an acrimonious battle fo(...)

Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton: he   is to rejoin the company’s board, triggering a mass exodus of the current management. Photograph: : Superdry/PA Wire

It wasn’t much of a welcome back for Julian Dunkerton: as the co-founder of Superdry celebrated a dramatic return to the board of the company he creat(...)

The retailer said on Monday that a shareholder meeting to decide whether to reinstall Mr Dunkerton on the board will take place on April 2nd

Superdry has launched an assault on the fashion chain’s co-founder, Julian Dunkerton, branding his attempt to return to the company “extremely damagin(...)

 Superdry branded clothing owner SuperGroup: Chief executive Euan Sutherland said the firm is hedged for the next 18 months but will eventually face higher sourcing costs if the weakness of sterling persists. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

SuperGroup, the British company behind the Superdry fashion brand, is well placed to weather sterling’s depreciation in the wake of the Brexit vote th(...)

Planet Business

Image of the week: Good impressionists Edouard Manet’s Le Printemps is pictured on display at Christie’s Auction House in Paris, where it is about to (...)

A Co-Operative Food store, operated by the Co-Operative Group , is seen through the passenger window of an automobile in Disley, UK. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

A former government minister appointed only four months ago to revive Britain’s Co-operative Group quit the job today, throwing the 170-year-ol(...)

It’s far from clear what Mike Ashley’s plans are for the 11 per cent stake he now owns in House of Fraser

What is Mike Ashley up to? First, in a move that caught the City on the hop, he gate-crashed the Chinese takeover of House of Fraser, snapping (...)

  The Co-op, which can trace its roots back to 1844, has long-standing political links with the Co-operative Party, which has been affiliated to the opposition Labour Party since the 1920s. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA

Is asking for advice a sign of weakness or a display of strength; a refreshing willingness to listen to new views or a sign that you have no id(...)

A logo sits on a sign outside a Co-Operative Bank Plc bank branch as a British union flag flies above in Keighley, UK. Photograph: Nigel Roddis/Bloomberg

Britain’s Co-operative Group has scrapped the sale of its general insurance business following a restructuring deal which means it does not have to co(...)

As a mutual organisation, owned by its members and managed for their benefit, the Co-operative is supposed to be different from other banks.

As a mutual organisation, owned by its members and managed for their benefit, the Co-operative is supposed to be different from other banks. So it see(...)