The quickest way to update your home is to add concrete to the mix, and from lamps to flooring, the high street has it covered. By Trish Lorenz
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Sunday 23 December 2007
Wednesday 23 February 2005
Philip Green insisted he has no interest in re-bidding for Marks & Spencer yesterday, but shares in the high street retailer still ended higher after a mysterious South African financial outfit claimed it was working on a 410p a share cash bid.
Tuesday 15 February 2005
Monday 07 February 2005
Friday 22 October 2004
Watch Out Paris, here comes Philip Green. Having quickly shrugged off the disappointment of having his £9.1bn bid for Marks & Spencer foiled in July, the retail tycoon is planning to export Top Shop to Europe as his next retailing coup.
Thursday 14 October 2004
Philip Green and his family earned the equivalent of £3.6m a week from their Bhs store chain in the year to 27 March, the retail tycoon disclosed yesterday.
Friday 10 September 2004
Philip Green yesterday set his Bhs empire the goal of increasing sales by £250m as he announced plans to spend £20m on "freshening up" its 50 biggest stores over the next six weeks.
Friday 03 September 2004
Philip Green launched the first prong of his autumn offensive against Marks & Spencer yesterday as he insisted his aborted £9bn bid for the retailer was "very much history".
Tuesday 27 July 2004
Bill Kenwright last night gave himself four days to find backers for his regime at Everton or hand over control.
Sunday 25 July 2004
Tuesday 20 July 2004
Bill Kenwright has turned to his close friend, the billionaire Philip Green, to help him keep control of Everton.
Sunday 18 July 2004
Friday 16 July 2004
Friday 16 July 2004
Tuesday 13 July 2004
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