Waterstones plans to press ahead with its programme of opening new premises in 2018, despite the business being up for sale.
Waterstones’ managing director James Daunt has said he is confident the bookselling chain will find a buyer, after posting its latest set of financial results... Read more
Waterstones’ future ownership is said to be in doubt after the collapse of Russia's biggest private bank Otkritie, of which the chain’s owner Alexander Mamut was... Read more
Waterstones will aim to open at least 10 new shops in 2017, its m.d James Daunt has told The Bookseller, after the chain made its first... Read more
Waterstones has reported a profit for the first time under the ownership of Russian businessman Alexander Mamut and direction of its m.d. James Daunt.... Read more
Waterstones has reduced the size of its board by four with its owner Alexander Mamut saying the chain is now “financially strong and poised for... Read more
Waterstones must sustain three years of consecutive profit-making before the company can “stand on its own two feet” and not rely on the “charity” of... Read more