British retailer Debenhams recently entered administration after rejecting a £200m rescue plan from...
British retailer Debenhams recently entered administration after rejecting a £200m rescue plan from Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley. All 166 Debenhams stores will continue to trade, although 50 stores are expected to shutter. Three years ago, the retailer was worth £900m ($1.2bn), compared with £20m ($27m) as of this week.
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