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Owners of Arnotts to seek operator

Owner will hold a competitive pitch process to run department store

30th August, 2015
The new owners of Arnotts are looking for proposals from potential operators,

The new owner of the iconic department store Arnotts is seeking proposals from potential operators, as it has emerged that the retail billionaire investor Weston family may not necessarily be involved in the running of the store.

The Brown Thomas and Selfridges-owning Westons, who backed the €100 million Arnotts’ deal, were expected to lead the decision-making around the operation of its retail business. However, it is now understood that there is no agreement on an...

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