By Samantha Lyster, Samantha Lyster 4 June 1999
Dixons’ agent, Conrad Ritblat, has found an unusual way of identifying the surplus shops. It took advantage of the FA Cup weekend by sending retail agents a leather football inscribed with the names of the shops. However, this strategy was very nearly an own goal for Dixons, as the footballs, ...
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