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Frasers, formerly called Sports Direct, increased its stake in ASOS to 7.4% from a prior stake of more than 5%, as of May 15. Shares in ASOS, which have lost about 30% of its value in the past week, were trading up 9% by 1105 GMT.
Frasers Group plc ( LON:FRAS ), might not be a large cap stock, but it saw significant share price movement during...
Exclusive: Cross-party collection of parliamentarians write letter to Sports Direct owner’s company
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US stock and bond markets are closed this Monday for President's Day.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group is finalising plans to lend customers as much as £2,000 and let shoppers buy products on credit in a major push into financial services.
Harvey Nichols will stop selling fur by the end of this year, becoming the latest retailer to announce it is ditching the animal product following pressure from campaigners.
Frasers Group's (LON:FRAS) stock is up by a considerable 14% over the past three months. Since the market usually pay...
The UK’s blue-chip share index hit its highest level in over four years.
Frasers Group now owns 3.9% of Hugo Boss’s total share capital.
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The deal will see Mike Ashley add Liam Gallagher’s fashion label Pretty Green to his retail empire
Frasers said that it had agreed to pay £47.5 million for the brands, which include Choice and Missy Empire, among others.
Frasers, formerly called Sports Direct, also acquired and transferred shares of more than 10 of the premium fashion brands, including Pretty Green, Cricket and Topgrade Sportswear, which the sports retailer held. JD Sports, in a separate statement, said it has divested 15 of its UK-based businesses to Frasers.
The Frasers Group company’s attention to the twentysomethings’ market is paying dividends
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group is investing £600m on a new headquarters in Coventry after buying the city’s Coventry Building Society (CBS) Arena.
Ever since he became chief executive of Frasers Group - the retail combine controlled by Mike Ashley that owns names like Sports Direct, Evans Cycles, Flannels, Game and House of Fraser - Michael Murray has had to put up with suggestions that he is not his own man and that Mr Ashley is really pulling the strings behind the scenes. Eyebrows were raised, in particular, at news that Mr Ashley had made a £100m loan facility available to the company for unspecified purposes.
Many shielded from rising food and energy costs continue to spend as Flannels and Jack Wills owner unveils 53% profit rise
Chief executive officer Michael Murray said the firm will look at further acquisition opportunities over the next year.
Club has no continuing rights after refusing to sign new tenancy agreement, says stadium’s owner
On Thursday December 8, the company will reveal to shareholders how it is performing in a half-year update.
Firm that has dressed royalty including King Charles III was on market after previous owner went bust
While Frasers Group plc ( LON:FRAS ) might not be the most widely known stock at the moment, it saw a significant share...