Shares of Moss Bros soared to an eight-year high in London trading after the suit hire and retailer unexpectedly said it will boost its dividend.
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Thursday 28 August 2008
Moss Bros has reshuffled its board and revealed that the Gee family, one of its founding families, has all but sold its stake in the retail group.
Tuesday 19 August 2008
Saturday 09 August 2008
Saturday 14 June 2008
Philip Mountford, the chief executive of the menswear retailer Moss Bros, has become the latest retail big hitter to forecast that trading conditions on the high street will deteriorate this year, as the menswear chain posted a fall in sales.
Wednesday 28 May 2008
A member of the Moss Bros menswear dynasty called yesterday for an end to "factional fighting" among the company's board after the Icelandic investment group Baugur withdrew its indicative £40m offer to buy the high-street retailer.
Tuesday 27 May 2008
Icelandic investment group Baugur today dropped its bid for struggling men's fashion chain Moss Bros.
Friday 09 May 2008
The clothing retailer Next saw sales fall sharply through the first months of this year but said that the improving weather had begun attracting people back to the high street, providing the first chinks of light amid the gloom afflicting the UK high street.
Friday 28 March 2008
The fashion and furnishings retailer Laura Ashley yesterday shrugged off the high street's continuing woes to post a 62 per cent increase in pre-tax profits to £19.8m.
Sunday 09 March 2008
Tuesday 26 February 2008
Baugur, the Icelandic investment fund, has opened up a rift on the board of Moss Bros as it ended months of speculation by making a £40m indicative cash offer for the menswear and formal-hire chain.
Friday 26 May 2006
Wednesday 17 May 2006
Friday 04 February 2005
Wednesday 04 August 2004
Moss Bros yesterday admitted it was struggling to pin down its biggest shareholder, Kevin Stanford, for a meeting, as the menswear chain confirmed it had made its first interim profit in five years.
Monday 26 July 2004
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