Kingfisher employees to share in £9.7m pre-Christmas payout

December 2013
DIY Week;12/13/2013, Issue 5744, p3
The article reports on the pre-Christmas payout to be shared by over 1,400 Kingfisher PLC, a home improvement retailer, employees from the maturity of two ShareShave schemes following the release of its strong sales performance for the third quarter of 2013 in Great Britain and Ireland.


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