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Topshop owner to double contributions to plug pension deficit

Published on Sunday 5th of March 2017 03:28:55 PM in Guardian

Sir Philip Green has agreed a deal to pump as much as £50m a year into the pension fund behind his fashion business, Arcadia, to plug a growing deficit, just days after reaching a settlement over the BHS pension scandal.Arcadia, which controls Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and ...

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