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Moss Bros chief executive ousted

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Menswear sector may face shake-out, Moss Bros warns

MOSS BROS, the menswear retailer, yesterday attacked Britain's regional shopping centres and said that Bluewater, the new "mega-mall" near Dartford, Kent, was already having an impact on neighbouring towns.

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Black Christmas on high street raises rate cut hopes

THE GLOOM on Britain's high streets deepened yesterday with official figures showing that retail sales in the run-up to Christmas were amongst the weakest in recent years.

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Hello boys. You look awful

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Racing: Tango can have the final word

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The Investment Column: Smart returns from Moss Bros

MOSS Bros is one of those medium-sized retailers that just quietly gets on with the job. With a market value of around pounds 200m and with a large family shareholding, it does not attract much attention.
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