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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Saturday 20 February 1993
I'M SURPRISED that last week's British Book Awards 1992 didn't receive wider coverage in the press. It was a strange evening, enlivened by an unusual number of incidents off the ball - most of them, I'm embarrassed to say, occasioned by my two main publishers, Geoffrey Strachan and Michael O'Mara.
Sunday 17 January 1993
PLANS to reform Sunday trading laws have been thrown into confusion by a Government decision to drop protection for shopworkers who refuse to work on the Sabbath, write Adam Sage and Mary Braid.
Tuesday 27 October 1992
THE RECESSION has not stopped men dressing up, judging by results from Moss Bros, which reported a three-fold rise in pre- tax profits to pounds 354,000 for the six months to 25 July.
Name brands risk loss of faith: Discounting is undermining brand loyalty in clothing, writes Karen Falconer
Tuesday 07 July 1992
HAVE AUSTIN Reed, Alexon, Aquascutum and other upmarket retailers got it wrong by refusing to devalue their brands when large chunks of the high street have been displaying discounts of up to 75 per cent?
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