JD Sports Fashion plc has offered to take over Footasylum plc for 82.5 pence per share or 90.1 million pounds (119.81 million dollars) in cash. The company said in a statement that the offer price re

Laybuy, New Zealand’s leading buy now, pay later service, officially launches in the UK with Footasylum confirmed as its first major retail partner. Footasylum will offer UK shoppers the buy-no

Shares at Footasylum have surged 70 percent following the announcement by JD Sports that it had made an 8.3 percent stake in the business. JD Sports said that it was prepared to increase its holding

Streetwear and sportswear retailer Footasylum has revealed that through working with artificial intelligence (AI) company Peak on a new email campaign, it has managed to increase email revenue by 28

Footasylum plc in its unaudited results statement for the 26 week period ended August 25, 2018 said that revenues increased 19 percent to 98.6 million pounds (130 million dollars) with growth across

Updating on trading performance for the six months ended August 25, 2018, Footasylum, said that it expects to report revenue of 98.6 million pounds (127 million dollars) for the period, an increase o

Footasylum revenue increased 33 percent in FY18 to 194.8 million pounds (256.7 million dollars), reflecting growth in all product categories across the company's multiple channels, from further store

For the 18 weeks to December 30, 2017, UK-based retailer Footasylum said that the company continued the strong growth experienced over the first half of its current financial year, with total revenue

London - Footasylum is headed for a market valuation of 171.3 million pounds when it floats on London's AIM next week. The footwear retailer is set to list on London stock exchange junior market on N

As speculated earlier, Footasylum, a UK-based fashion retailer has announced its intention to float an IPO on the London Stock Exchange. The company said that dealings in the company's ordinary share

The founders of JD Sports, John Wardle and David Makin are contemplating floating Footasylum, a premium fashion store chain, on the London stock exchange, Sky News reports. It adds that the duo could

The families of John Wardle and David Makin, the men behind sportswear giant JD Sports, are reportedly set to receive 40 million pounds from the sale of their stake in high street retailer Footasylum