- Landmark prepares to retreat. // Cabinet Maker;06/30/2000, Issue 5194, p2
Informs on the plan of retail chain Landmark to sell its English stores and become a Scotland only chain.
- Landmark to roll out new format after funding boost. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;02/26/99, Issue 5127, p2
Reports on Landmark's introduction of a store format after shareholders doubled their investments on the store. Conversion of 40 of the chain's 51 branches in Great Britain into the format; Remarks from Malcolm Parkinson, chief executive of the company.
- Landmark puts for sale sign on English stores. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;10/27/2000, Issue 5211, p1
Reports that Great Britain-based Landmark has abandoned the retail furniture sector and has put all its English stores up for sale. Criticism of Landmark's departure from the furniture retail sector; Amount of goods removed from the Cardiff Kingsway store.
- Parkinson slams Landmark critics. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;11/13/98, Issue 5114, p4
Reports on Landmark Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Parkinson's challenge to critics of the furniture retail chain in Great Britain. Parkinson's comments on Landmark's finances; Expansion plans of the company; Acquisitions.
- Landmark gives Dorset a store opening treat. // Cabinet Maker;03/05/99, Issue 5128, p33
Reports on Landmark's celebration of the opening of its store in Bournemouth, England. Discount offers for customers.
- Landmark sale talks continue. // Cabinet Maker;07/07/2000, Issue 5195, p2
Informs that Landmark is continuing talks with two firms to sell its English stores.
- Malcolm Parkinson. // Cabinet Maker;11/10/2000, Issue 5213, p2
Identifies the publication to which Landmark group chief executive Malcolm Parkinson made comments regarding the company's plans for its English stores.
- The transformation of a landmark. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;01/15/99, Issue 5121, p7
Reports on British furniture retailer Landmark's unveiling of a store format that provides a clearer layout, more space and improved merchandising and accessorization than the previous format. Reduction in the number of upholstery sets on show; Walkways; Increased sales at refurbished stores.
- Making a mark. Vines, Lucy // Cabinet Maker;01/15/99, Issue 5121, p16
Reports on Landmark chairman Malcolm Parkinson's expansion plans for the British furniture retailer. Company's acquisition of 12 stores from Essex Furniture in 1998; Lack of a Landmark presence in the Midlands/Northern region of the country; Creation of a new identity and internal store look for...