- Arcatha kicks oil BHS advertising review. // Campaign;4/12/2013, p3
The article reports that the Â£4.4 million advertising account was reviewed by BHS, which is the department store chain owned by Sir Philip Green of Arcadia Group.
- Bhs to compete with Krispy Kreme. Kleinman, Mark // Marketing (00253650);11/13/2003, p7
Food retailer BHS Ltd. owner Philip Green is planning to enter Great Britain's doughnut market with an in-store concessions to take on Harrods' Krispy Kreme outlet. Retail entrepreneur Green is drawing up plans for the trial of a doughnut offer, with a provisional launch date of 2004. The...
- Sir Philip Green to take on big four with BHS Food. Joseph, Sebastian // Marketing Week (Online Edition);3/24/2014, p7
The article announces the plan of British businessman Sir Philip Green to start selling branded food products across the 150 stores of his department store chain BHS Ltd. in 2014.
- News. Rolt, Amber // Estates Gazette;3/14/2015, Issue 819, p03
The article announces that department store company BHS has been sold by Arcadia Group owner Sir Philip Green to investment vehicle Retail Acquisitions Ltd.
- Can dream team save drifting Bhs? Storey, Justine // Marketing Week;12/7/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 45, p21
Discusses the efforts of the management of British upscale retail chain Bhs to recover business losses through the appointment of veteran retail executives. Aim to reclaim the brand's industry position; Impact of the departure of former chief executive officer Sir Terrence Conran on the brand's...
- BHS. Chapman, Matt // Marketing (00253650);12/7/2011, p18
The article reports on the decrease in sales by the Arcadia, California retail group BHS Ltd., owned by Sir Philip Green. According to Green, 260 stores in Arcadia could be closed from 2012- 2014 and he is considering to sell food in stores planning consent to do so to reverse its economic...
- FASHION. BRITISH GROUP BHS FOR SALE. // Global Retail News;Feb2015, Vol. 16 Issue 160, p5
The article reports that Philip Green, owner of Arcadia fashion group BHS, is selling the 180-store chain which drew the attention of South-African entrepreneur Christoffel Wiese and U.S. hedge fund firm Apollo.
- GREEN AND BEAR IT. // In-Store;Dec2005, p17
The article analyzes the potential implications of the admission of Bhs owner Philip Green that profits would come below expectations with declining sales and weak products. Operating profit is expected to decline between Â£75 million and Â£85 million. If Green is able to revive the company...
- A FILLIP FOR GREEN. Cole, Harvey // Prospect;Dec2004, Issue 105, p13
Discusses the dividends awarded British businessman Philip Green from his Arcadia and BHS companies in 2004. Amount of the dividend; Source of funds for the dividend pay out.