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Asos PLC is a global fashion destination for a range of things. The Company sells and offers a range of fashion-related content on ASOS.com. The Company's segments include UK, US, EU and RoW. It sells over 85,000 branded and own-label products through localized mobile and Web experiences, delivering from its fulfilment centers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and across the world. It offers approximately 75,000 separate clothing ranges, spanning women's wear and menswear, footwear and accessories, alongside its jewelry and beauty collections. The Company's collection of specialist own-label lines includes ASOS Curve, ASOS Maternity, ASOS Tall and ASOS Petite. The Company caters a range of customer segments and sizes, across all categories and price points. It also operates returns centers in Australia and Poland. It operates country-specific Websites in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and the Unites States.
Retail (Catalog & Mail Order)
Greater London House, Hampstead Road
Adam Alexander Crozier
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Founder, Non-Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Director
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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British online fashion retailer ASOS <ASOS.L> said problems with warehouses in the United States and Germany, which were behind a 68% slump in annual profit, were largely behind it, sending its shares sharply higher on Wednesday.
British online fashion retailer ASOS reported a 68% slump in full year profit, hurt by problems in ramping-up warehouses in the United States and Germany.
Online fashion retailer ASOS Plc on Wednesday revamped its board by naming several new directors, including Ocado Solutions Chief Executive Officer Luke Jensen, as it looks to bounce back from a string of profit warnings.
Online fashion retailer ASOS Plc appointed four new independent non-executive directors from several major British companies on Wednesday as it looks to bounce back after a string of profit warnings.
British online fashion retailer ASOS <ASOS.L> warned on profits for the third time since December, saying problems ramping up warehouses in the United States and Germany had restricted product availability, hitting sales and raising costs.
Britain's FTSE 100 followed other major stock markets lower on Thursday as initial batches of corporate earnings jangled nerves over global growth, while losses for London's mid-cap index were capped by a buyout of pub operator Ei Group.
British online fashion retailer ASOS warned on profit for the third time in eight months on Thursday, blaming operational issues as it overhauls its warehouses in the United States and Europe.
British online fashion retailer ASOS reported an 87 percent drop in first-half pretax profit on Wednesday, hurt by poor trading in the run-up to Christmas and logistical hiccups as it entered the U.S. market.
British online fashion retailer ASOS on Wednesday reported an 87 percent drop in pre-tax profit in the first-half, hurt by poor trade in the crucial run-up to Christmas and logistical hiccups as it entered the U.S. market.
ASOS's new U.S warehouse struggled to cope with demand in its latest quarter, hitting sales there and adding to challenges in France and Germany, the British online fashion retailer said on Tuesday.
British online retailer ASOS said its new warehouse in Atlanta struggled to cope with demand in its second quarter, resulting in a dip in U.S. sales, adding to challenges in the French and German markets.
UK shares fell sharply on Monday, as a profit warning from online fashion store ASOS reverberated across Europe and reinforced woes about slow sales during the busy holiday season, adding to a pre-Christmas gloom and worries over Brexit.
European shares tumbled on Monday when a profit warning from online fashion retailer ASOS sent retail stocks into nose-dive as investors fretted that consumers were failing to deliver the traditional pre-Christmas spending boost to markets.
Online fashion group ASOS <ASOS.L> fuelled a Christmas crisis in Britain's retail industry with a profit warning highlighting a major downturn in trading last month, sending its shares 39 percent lower and unnerving rivals.
UK shares were lower on Monday as online fashion store ASOS' profit warning dragged retailers lower, reinforcing woes about slow sales during the busy holiday season amid continued caution about the UK's divorce from the European Union.
European shares tumbled again on Monday as a profit warning from online fashion retailer ASOS sent retail stocks spiraling down as investors fretted that consumers are failing to deliver the traditional pre-Christmas spending boost to markets.
Soft drinks maker Britvic's <BVIC.L> Chief Financial Officer Matthew Dunn will step down to move to online fashion retailer ASOS <ASOS.L> next year, the companies said on Tuesday.
Soft drinks maker Britvic's Chief Financial Officer, Matthew Dunn, will step down and take up the same role at online fashion retailer ASOS next year, the companies said on Tuesday.
The potential for British online fashion retailer ASOS is "huge" as the shift to internet shopping accelerates, the company said on Wednesday, sending its shares soaring as it beat profit forecasts and flagged years of double-digit sales growth.
British online fashion retailer ASOS narrowly beat forecasts with a 28 percent rise in 2017-18 profit, maintained guidance for its new financial year and said its potential was "huge".
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