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N Brown is planning to open up to 20 Simply Be and Jacamo fashion stores over the coming months, and is seeking sites of about 6,000 sq ft.

N Brown is planning to expand its chain of seven Jacamo and Simply Be fashion stores to 25.

N Brown is planning to expand its chain of seven clothing stores to about 25 over the next three years.

N Brown is planning to open five more Simply Be fashion stores this year.

N Brown is considering plans to launch a new chain of Simply Be fashion stores, depending on the success of three trial outlets in the North West.

N Brown is looking to transfer much of the manufacturing for its clothing ranges back to the UK from the Far East, and will ask more than 30 suppliers to bid for the work.

N Brown has acquired Figleaves, the online lingerie retailer with an office in Welwyn Garden City and warehouse in Haverhill, for £11m.

N Brown has acquired the assets of 14 High & Mighty clothing stores in a £1.6m pre-pack administration deal with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

N Brown is planning to create about 150 jobs at its home shopping business in Greater Manchester this year, in order to expand its IT, marketing, buying and distribution operations.

N Brown, the home shopping group, is to sell its Zendor fulfilment subsidiary to GSI Luxembourg for £3.8m.

N Brown has acquired Gray & Osbourn, the catalogue retailer with sites in Sheffield and Peterborough, for £8.2m.

N Brown, the home shopping group, has sold its personal loans business to an unnamed buyer for £10m.

N Brown is to sell Teleview, its Leigh-based television rental business with almost 100 staff, to Martin Dawes of Warrington for £6.3m.

N Brown has acquired House of Bath, the gift catalogue, for £1.1m, in order to expand its home shopping business.

N Brown, the catalogue retailer, is planning to create 500 call centre jobs at an undisclosed location in Manchester early next year, while a further 500 jobs will be relocated from its existing site in Dale Street.

N Brown has acquired a 60% stake in Eunite, the Manchester-based e-commerce company, for £6.8m, and more than 100 jobs will be created over the next three years.

N Brown is forming a joint venture with GE Capital of the US to develop its internet shopping business, which will provide services such as warehousing, distribution, call centres and customer care.

Hercules Property Services has acquired Dunlop Heywood of Manchester from N Brown for £5m, which will give it a better balance of commercial and residential property work.