Entries in 'HMV' (339)
New HMV owner Hilco will cut a further 400 jobs at the entertainment retailer, according to reports.
The words look the same, but they are in a different order.
Leading UK publishers will meet HMV this week with one clear message: Don’t give up on games.
HMV will emerge from administration, with 141 stores and 2,643 employees.
Major HMV stores that were originally due to be closed have been saved, MCV can confirm.
Hilco UK will acquire HMV in a £50m deal.
Having seen fellow struggler Blockbuster rescued over the weekend, hopes are high that HMV will have similar good news very soon.
Gary Warren has been appointed managing director of the new Blockbuster UK.
Nintendo's Wii U is currently on sale for an all-time low price on the UK High Street.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – details all of the hottest releases coming in the next few months, including The Last of Us and Remember Me.
Forever dubbed the destroyer of the High Street, could the supermarkets be about to save one of the High Street’s most iconic brands?
Time is running out to save UK entertainment retailer HMV.
The boss of retailer GAME has reiterated that the chain could yet move to acquire store sites from HMV.
Administrator Deloitte has confirmed the intended closure of an additional 37 HMV stores.
Key new releases in film, music and games will still be sold in the remaining HMV stores after an agreement was reached with suppliers.
The UK games trade is concerned over the latest round of redundanciesat beleaguered retail giant HMV.
This week's MCV – which is now available to view online – looks at the impact of the latest jobs cuts on HMV's games team.
The Irish arm of HMV has been closed for good.
HMV video games team is now just a 'skeleton crew' following the fresh round of redundancies at the company's HQ.
HMV has made a further 60 members of its HQ redundant, including the firm's CEO Trevor Moore.
HMV will close almost 70 stores as part of its on-going administration process.
HMV will close 66 stores over the next six weeks as part of its administration.
Believe the doom mongers and you'll believe that games retail won't exist in ten years time. We think it will, just in a radically different form.
The woman behind HMV’s famed Twitter outburst last week has refused to apologise for her actions.
Troubled retailer HMV has sold its shares in nightclub chain G-A-Y Limited, administrator Deloitte has confirmed.