WH Smith has announced it is to buy US indie travel retailer Marshall Retail Group (MRG) for $400m.
W H Smith has been boosted by a "strong performance" of its travel stores as the retailer says it expects full year results to be... Read more
Stephen Clarke is stepping down as group chief executive at W H Smith with high street m.d. Carl Cowling to take on the role, as... Read more
W H Smith has agreed to buy travel retailer InMotion for $198m (£155m).
Sales in W H Smith's travel business rose by 8% in the last quarter, although High Street revenue dipped marginally.
High street sales at W H Smith plunged 4% like-for-like over the Christmas period, partly because of the decline in spoof humour books.
W H Smith has reported a 2% rise in revenue and a 7% rise in pre-tax profits for the year to end August 2017. However its book... Read more
Stephen Clarke, c.e.o. of W H Smith, is delivering the first lecture of a new Global Challenges course at the University of Edinburgh Business School... Read more
Sales of spoof humour books helped W H Smith to achieve a “strong” performance over its Christmas trading period, with the company’s chief executive Stephen... Read more
W H Smith saw a rise in both sales and profits in the first half of 2016, with sales of adult activity books such as... Read more