Helen Cahill, City A.M.

Helen Cahill

City A.M.

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Past articles by Helen:

Aldi expands its head office as it aims for 1,000 stores by 2022

Aldi is expanding its head office to make room for more employees in its buying, marketing, logistics and IT departments. → Read More

Last orders: Conviviality has officially fallen into administration

Troubled drinks firm Conviviality has officially fallen into administration. → Read More

Estee Lauder Companies boosts UK presence with La Mer pop-up shop

Estee Lauder Companies is building its brand presence in the UK this month with the opening of a pop-up shop for its beauty brand Creme de La Mer. → Read More

Maplin job losses continue as administrators fail to find a buyer

Maplin's administrators have announced further job losses this morning after failing to find a buyer for the business. → Read More

Retail sales growth beats analysts' expectations

Retail sales grew by 0.8 per cent in February, beating analysts' expectations. → Read More

New Look's creditors approve deal to reduce rents and close stores

New Look's creditors this afternoon approved a deal to reduce rents and close 60 stores, likely leading to hundreds of job losses at the retailer. → Read More

KPMG appointed to handle Mothercare refinancing

Mothercare has called in KPMG to advise on a refinancing of the business, City A.M. can reveal. → Read More

Former BHS boss steps down from role as LK Bennett chief executive

Former BHS boss Darren Topp has left his role as chief executive of LK Bennett. → Read More

UK inflation fell to 2.7 per cent in February

UK inflation fell to 2.7 per cent in February, slowing more than expected and relieving some of the pressure on the Bank of England (BoE) to hike interest → Read More

Carpetright's shares slide on news of possible store closures

Carpetright's shares are down by more than 10 per cent today after it emerged the retailer is restructuring the business. → Read More

Munich Re eyes up the skyscraper plot by the City’s Leadenhall Market

Munich Re, the largest reinsurer in the world, is in talks with Brookfield about acquiring the One Leadenhall plot. → Read More

Sports giant Adidas upgrades forecasts on double-digit profit growth

Sports retail giant Adidas upgraded its profit guidance today on the back of double-digit growth in its profits. → Read More

Toys R Us to shut all 100 UK stores

Toys R Us will close all 100 of its UK stores, PA has reported. → Read More

US President Donald Trump slaps tariffs on steel and aluminium but leaves get-out clause

Donald Trump tonight finally unveiled the steel and aluminium tariffs which have riven his Republican party and dismayed the US’s biggest trading partners, → Read More

Maplin announces first redundancies as administrators fail to find a buyer

Maplin has announced the first redundancies following the retailer's collapse into administration after administrators failed to find a buyer for the → Read More

Here's the full list of New Look store closures on the cards

New Look today announced plans to close 60 of its stores, affecting close to 1,000 staff at the fashion chain. → Read More

House of Fraser owner in talks over sale of 51pc stake

The owner of House of Fraser is in advanced talks over the sale of a 51 per cent stake in the business. → Read More

Done deal: Tesco completes £3.7bn acquisition of Booker Group

Tesco today completed its acquisition of Booker Group, creating the leading food group in the UK. → Read More

May to Trump: Don't take unilateral action on steel tariffs

Theresa May has told Donald Trump of her "deep concern" over his plan to raise tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. → Read More

Theresa May says the UK will ditch passporting because it makes the City a "rule-taker"

Theresa May has said that the UK will ditch passporting after Brexit because it makes the City of London a "rule-taker". → Read More