Posted on Saturday, March 31st, 2012 at 11:03 PM by Guest
ShopToNews has posted an article explaining that reports are in that GAME, the troubled high street retailer, will be coming out of administration and we could expect an announcement as early as tomorrow.
OpCapita, the company whom recently purchased trouble retail chain Comet, has reportedly bought GAME for £1, effectively bringing the company out of administration but taking on £85 million in debt. This will keep open 333 UK stores, and save 3100 jobs.
As much as it is a shame for people who lost their jobs earlier on in the week, at least thousands of jobs will be saved.
We’ll post more as it’s available.
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