Union seeks meeting over surprise bid for Brown Thomas and Arnotts
The Weston family is considering an unsolicited offer for its portfolio in Ireland and Britain, which includes Selfridges
The union representing workers at Brown Thomas and Arnotts is seeking a meeting with the company to discuss the proposed £4 billion sale of the shops as part of a deal including Selfridges.
Shop staff were called into “huddles” last Friday to be told about media coverage of the proposed sale and assured there would be no change in their conditions.
Mandate has written to the company seeking a meeting after an unsolicited...
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The Weston family, who own the high-end retail outlets, have appointed Credit Suisse to handle the potential £4 billion sale