Company Overview of HMV Group plc
HMV Group plc engages in retailing pre-recorded music, video, electronic games, and related entertainment products under the HMV and Fopp brands. It offers multi-channel access to a selection of music, film and games, and other culture across various genres and formats, including live music and events through its hmvtickets platform, and ownership of MAMA venues and festivals. As of March 29, 2013, the company operated 219 stores; an online shop, www.hmv.com; and hmvdigital and hmvon-demand digital sites. It has operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, and Singapore. The company was founded in 1921 and is based in Marlow, United Kingdom. As of January 15, 2013, HMV Group plc is ...
Marlow, SL7 3HJ
Founded in 1921
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Key Executives for HMV Group plc
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
President of HMV Asia Pacific
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
HMV Group plc Key Developments
ASDA Reportedly Considering A Bid For HMV
Apr 8 15
ASDA Stores Limited is eyeing HMV Group plc, the Telegraph reported. As per the report, ASDA is considering to bid for HMV and is interested in purchasing the business and brand of HMV. ASDA is not just wants to purchase HMV Group to convert into convenience food shops.
HMV Stores in Edinburgh to Close
Jan 21 14
EDINBURGH has suffered a double blow after the new owner of the HMV music and DVD chain ordered a string of store closures. Restructuring outfit Hilco acquired the retail business last April after it fell into administration following a lengthy battle with supermarkets, online retailers such as Amazon, and digital downloading and streaming. It promised an enhanced music and visual range after completing its rescue deal, which encompassed 141 stores, including 25 which had been earmarked for closure by administrators at Deloitte. Nine shops trading under the Fopp brand, which has Scottish roots, were included in the deal. But a number of store closures have now emerged across the UK, with shops in Leith's Ocean Terminal shopping
centre and Fort Kinnaird on the outskirts of the Scottish capital staging closing-down sales. The two outlets had initially been earmarked for closure in 2013 when administrators were appointed, along with a flagship Princes Street branch, which remains open.
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