Jobs of 2,500 Maplin workers are on the line
The jobs of 2,500 Maplin workers are on the line as hopes of finding a buyer for the stricken electronics chain fade and stores begin to close over the coming weeks.
The electronics retailer, owned by private equity firm Rutland Partners, appointed PwC to oversee an administration at the end of February after rescue attempts failed.
Nearly 130 jobs at the firm’s head offices in London and Rotherham have already gone.
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