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Philip Green's Arcadia faces key vote as administration looms

Philip Green's Arcadia faces key vote as administration looms

LONDON (Reuters) - Creditors will decide the fate of Philip Green’s Arcadia group and its 18,000 workers at a vote on Wednesday on a sweetened restructuring plan to save the British fashion retailer. If the creditors, including landlords, fail to support Green’s plan for his group - which includes the Topshop and Dorothy Perkins brands - then it will

Topshop future in the balance as boss Philip Green needs to win support for rescue plan

Topshop future in the balance as boss Philip Green needs to win support for rescue plan

TOPSHOP’S future lies in the balance as boss Philip Green desperately need to win support for his survival plan at a meeting with creditors today. Arcadia Group, the struggling company behind Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Miss Selfridge, Topshop, and Wallis wants to use Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) in a bid to save it – but stakeholders

Shamed Philip Green ‘groped fitness instructor’s bum’ in Arizona and called her ‘naughty’ and ‘dirty’ during fitness sessions

Shamed Philip Green ‘groped fitness instructor’s bum’ in Arizona and called her ‘naughty’ and ‘dirty’ during fitness sessions

A FITNESS instructor claims Sir Philip Green was so “grabby” she wore three jackets to deter him. Jennifer McAmis, 30, told The Sun the sleazy billionaire would also call her “naughty” or “dirty” girl during treadmill sessions. Jennifer McAmis has spoken out against Philip Green with claims he ‘groped’ her Scott Hubbard She alleges he twice tried to