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Jobs at risk as Jones Bootmaker teeters on brink of administration

Published on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 08:09:59 PM in Guardian

Hundreds of high street jobs are at risk at Jones Bootmaker as the retailer teeters on the brink of administration.The 160-year-old chain, which is owned by private equity firm Alteri, has filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators as it seeks a buyer.Alteri has been ...

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