WoL sold for just 1.5m pounds
- Landmark looks for swift verdict on takeover bids. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;08/20/99, Issue 5151, p1
Reports on `unsolicited' takeover approaches being received by the company Landmark which may decide the future of the company.
- Fernback leads the way in WoL break up. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;04/07/2000, Issue 5182, p1
Reports that Landmark Realty Corp. has been given the contract to manage several World of Leather stores in Great Britain, bought by New World of Leather, headed by non-executive chairman Alan Fernback. Number of stores covered by the contract; Conditions under the purchase agreement between...
- Bee tipped to move in on WoL as Uno staff go. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;03/24/2000, Issue 5180, p1
Speculates on the future of Uno in the midst of rumors on the takeover of the World of Leather by Hart Furniture. Integration of the cabinet concessionaires; Closure of Uno since the appointment of administrators for the company.
- Furniture Village buys World of Leather name. // Cabinet Maker;7/10/2009, Issue 5645, p6
The article reports on the move of Furniture Village Ltd. to buy the World of Leather brand name in Great Britain. It states the acquisitions offers further chances at the upper-end of the market. Ed Duggan, Furniture Village's finance director infers that the new brand provides additional...
- Landmark fire. // Cabinet Maker;07/31/98, Issue 5099, p2
Reports on a fire that damaged Landmark's branch in Yeovil, England. Estimated cost of damage.
- Landmark. // Cabinet Maker;03/31/2000, Issue 5181, p10
Comments on the kind of customer service at retail store Landmark.
- Landmark Old Edinburgh Road. // Cabinet Maker;05/05/2000, Issue 5186, p10
Observes the customer and sales services at Landmark in Old Edinburgh Road in London, England.
- 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 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.