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Paul Hammersley leaves EDC

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The Post Office has appointed DLKW Lowe to handle its advertising business.


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Dave Trott: If you can't stop it, steer it

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Arcadia eyes further global investment in Topshop and Topman

Despite a 3.4% profit drop at Arcadia, the group has further global plans for Topshop and Topman brands with the first standalone stores opening in outside of the UK in Europe next year.


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