Courts' credit deal clarified
- The fatal flaw that hit Courts. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;12/3/2004, Issue 5417, p9
Comments on the business failure of Courts PLC in Great Britain. Inefficiency of the regularly revamped management, initiatives and store formats; Commercial debt to fund the consumer credit offer; Decline in the market share of the furniture business.
- Malaysian move lifts Courts. Friars, Austin // Cabinet Maker;09/01/2000, Issue 5203, p5
Reports on the increase in the stock price of British furniture company Courts following a listing for a subsidiary on the Malaysian stock market.
- Courts UK dips back into the red. // Cabinet Maker;5/9/2003, Issue 5337, p5
Reports on the financial performance of furniture firm Courts in Great Britain for the year ended March 31, 2003. Operating loss; Operating profits; Increase in sales.
- Back to the future. // Cabinet Maker;8/17/2001, Issue 5251, p4
Reports the opening of a flagship store by Courts Co. in Canterbury, England. Company background; Products offered by the company; Sales performance.
- Court enjoys UK sales leap. // Cabinet Maker;12/15/2000-12/22/2000, Issue 5218, p2
Reports on the financial situation of British furniture company Courts.
- SMG/NOVA link up. // Cabinet Maker;12/10/99, Issue 5167, p3
Reports that furniture buying group SMG has named NOVA Retail Finance as its recommended consumer credit supplier.
- Credit lifts sales values by 50%. // Cabinet Maker;12/10/99, Issue 5167, p4
Highlights a survey conducted for First National Tricity Finance showing that consumers will spend 50% more on furniture if they can pay by retail credit rather than cash.
- Credit use on the up. // Cabinet Maker;07/09/99, Issue 5145, p2
Highlights NOVA Retail Finance's claims that credit use through furniture retailers has increased in last six months as of July 9, 1999.
- Courts to concentrate on boosting customers. // Cabinet Maker;6/13/2003, Issue 5342, p3
Reports on the marketing strategies of the furniture retailer Courts in Great Britain. Effort of the company to restore the store chain; Decline in the sales of the firm; Growth of the orders from the customers.