Entries in 'HMV' (317)
Tim Ellis has left HMV as part of a head office restructure.
The competition from supermarkets and online retailers has lead HMV to admit that it is reconsidering its interest in the video games market.
HMV's retail sales dropped 8.2 per cent over Christmas.
Entertainment giant HMV has posted challenging first half results, and admits it may have to sell its Live music division.
Having enjoyed in-store success with its technology offering, HMV has now opened its first dedicated technology store.
Entertainment specialist HMV will launch its Christmas campaign next week.
Low Value Consignment Relief will no longer apply to goods sent to the UK from the Channel Islands, the Government has announced.
Entertainment retailer HMV has reacted with giddy delight to the news that Grand Theft Auto V is very much in the works.
UK entertainment retailer HMV has announced that 50 of its stores will open their doors at midnight for the release of Battlefield 3 in the early hours of Friday morning.
Retailers HMV and GAME have once again decided to offer this week’s biggest release for a tantalisingly low price for those willing to trade-in specific games.
HMV’s loyalty card scheme has surpassed two million users in the UK.
HMV has lifted the lid on yet more aggressive trade-in deals of two of this week’s biggest releases.
It’s arguably the biggest release of the year to date and retail is gearing up for a bloody fight to win the biggest market share possible on Microsoft’s Gears of ...
HMV and GAME hope to get a slice of Olympic gold as they open new-look stores in Westfield’s £1.45bn Stratford shopping complex.
Entertainment giant HMV struggled over the summer, with Group sales declining 19.4 per cent.
HMV has recruited former Asda chief Mark Hodgkinson as marketing and e-commerce director.
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After a turbulent year to date, retailer HMV has announced that it is to “fast-forward” its efforts to increase its presence in the technology market.
Retailer HMV has joined forces with X-Factor band One Direction for an iexclusive in-store give-away.
Mayhem caused by the UK riots has cost the High Street £80m in lost sales alone.
Grainger Games has hired two retail experts in its bid to become a national brand.
Both GAME and HMV were amongst the dozens of retailers attacked as part of the widespread rioting that hit parts of North London this weekend.
HMV is dead, right? That’s what some publishers and the Daily Mail think. So imagine Christopher Dring’s surprise when speaking to the firm’s very much alive CEO Simon Fox.
Record companies and movie studios rallied around HMV earlier this year.