The businessman who bought BHS from Sir Philip Green for £1 before it collapsed has been ordered to pay £9.5 million into the failed high street chain’s pension schemes after an unsuccessful appeal.
Hotel veteran Andrew Coppel will take the reins of Sir Philip Green’s troubled retail empire, which is facing a turnaround process as it prepares for perhaps its most important Christmas to date.
The businessman who bought BHS from Sir Philip Green for £1 before it collapsed has been banned from running a company for 10 years.
A stunning new vision for the transformation of a city market has been revealed.
The owner of the “eyesore” former BHS and Aberdeen Market building has unveiled its new vision for the site for the first time.
A public consultation exhibition on future plans for Aberdeen’s market building will be held today between noon and 8pm at the former BHS Store on Union Street.
A former Aberdeen department store could be demolished and transformed into an “innovative architectural building” with “large, open public spaces” in an attempt to breathe new life into Union Street.
Pay deals for bosses of Britain’s largest private firms must take into account wider staff pay while boards should be balanced and appropriately skilled, according to a government-commissioned report.
Developers say that freshly-lodged plans to transform a vacant building in Aberdeen will help regenerate the struggling city centre.
The internet is a magical place, and online shopping is a godsend for those of us who can’t be bothered to move from the sofa.
A 17-storey tower block could be built on Aberdeen's Union Street to encourage people to move back into the city centre.
A 42-year chapter of Aberdeen shopping history ended yesterday when the BHS shop on Union Street closed its doors for the final time.
One of Aberdeen's best loved department stores has today opened its doors for the final time.
Owners of the prime retail space being vacated by BHS are in talks with "a number of international retailers" about taking over the spot.
One of Aberdeen's best-loved department stores will close its doors for the final time tomorrow.
The administrators tasked with selling British Home Stores (BHS) have announced that the business is to be wound down after failing to agree a deal.
A former British Home Stores worker in Aberdeen has launched a campaign to "achieve justice" for staff and pensioners affected by the retail company's collapse last month.
One of the oldest stores on Aberdeen's Union Street could soon close its doors for the final time after British Home Stores (BHS) confirmed it is going into administration.
For over 40 years British Homes Stores has played a key role in the Aberdeen shopping landscape, however, that could be set to change with news that the high street chain could go into administration.