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Pendragon Reports HY Underlying Pretax Loss 31 Mln Stg Vs 32.2 Mln Stg
Pendragon Confirms Financial Statements Will Now Be Released Sept 29
Pendragon Announces Plans To Cut 1,800 Jobs
Pendragon PLC is an automotive online retailer. The Company's principal market activities are the retailing of used and new vehicles and the service and repair of vehicles (aftersales). Its segments are Stratstone, which consists of its vehicles, truck and commercial vans brand, including the sale of new and used motor cars, motorbikes, trucks and vans, together with associated aftersales activities; Evans Halshaw, which consists of its volume brand, including the sale of new and used motor vehicles and commercial vans; US Motor Group, which consists of its retail operations in California in the United States, including the sale of new and used motor cars; Pinewood, which consists of its activities as a dealer management systems provider; Leasing, which consists of its contract hire and leasing activities; Quickco, which consists of its wholesale parts distribution businesses, and Central, which represents its head office function and includes all central activities.
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William R. Berman
Interim Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Martin S. Casha
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Company Secretary & Group Legal Advisor (Corporate)
Non-Executive Independent Director
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British auto dealer Pendragon <PDG.L> posted narrower first-half losses on Tuesday, benefiting from lower costs and expenses even as revenue halved because of COVID-19 shutdowns.
British auto dealer Pendragon said on Tuesday strong performance since the easing of COVID-19 lockdowns helped it return to profitability in July and August, after posting a smaller first-half loss.
British auto retailers Pendragon <PDG.L> and Inchcape <INCH.L> plan to cut jobs as they battle mounting losses due to weak demand, exacerbated by the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
British auto retailer Pendragon Plc said on Thursday it would slash 1,800 jobs and close 15 loss-making stores, adopting a leaner operating model as the coronavirus crisis hammers demand for cars.
British auto retailer Pendragon Plc <PDG.L> said on Monday it was no longer exploring merger talks with rival Lookers Plc <LOOK.L>, after a media report over the weekend said that Lookers rejected its approach.
* PENDRAGON PLC - BANK NET DEBT AS AT 23 MARCH 2020 WAS £105M AGAINST A TOTAL FACILITY SIZE OF £235M
Auto retailer Pendragon <PDG.L> said it will temporarily close retail stores across the UK and might temporarily furlough most of its employees in the UK motor and car store divisions, as the coronavirus pandemic forced Britain into lockdown.
British auto retailer Pendragon <PDG.L> on Wednesday warned the coronavirus' spread in the UK could reduce footfall and affect financial performance, as it posted an annual loss, sending shares to their lowest in nearly 11 years.
British auto retailer Pendragon said on Wednesday the coronavirus spread in the UK could reduce footfall and affect financial performance, but the company added it was too early to quantify the impact.
Auto dealership Pendragon <PDG.L> has named interim boss Bill Berman as its new chief executive officer, putting the former operating chief of leading U.S. peer AutoNation <AN.N> in charge a year after his recruitment to the UK company's board.
Auto dealership Pendragon named interim Chairman Bill Berman as its new chief executive officer on Wednesday, filling in a role that has been vacant since Mark Herbert quit in June.
Auto dealership Pendragon Plc <PDG.L> said its expectations for a full-year loss had not been tempered by a better second half after demand for cars suffered in the run-up to the December elections, hurting the performance of its largest unit.
Car dealership and repair group Pendragon Plc said on Wednesday it expects annual profit around the bottom end of its expectations, as demand weakened in the run up to the December elections, hurting its UK franchised motor division.
UK car dealing and repair group Pendragon on Tuesday stuck with its forecasts for a loss this financial year after it cut costs to tackle the impact of weakening car sales and consumer confidence.
Car dealer Pendragon reported a fall in third-quarter revenue on Tuesday and said it expects weak consumer confidence in Britain to continue as the nation figures out how and when it will leave the European Union.
British auto dealer Pendragon <PDG.L> cancelled its dividend and issued a dismal forecast for the year after deep price cuts to offload used car inventory pushed it to a first-half loss and sent shares down 13% on Wednesday.
British car dealer Pendragon gave a grim outlook for the year on Wednesday after posting a loss in the first-half as it cut prices to offload its used car inventory.
Pendragon Plc's Chief Executive Mark Herbert is leaving the car dealership after only three months in charge during which the company warned it would make a loss this year.
Pendragon Plc said on Thursday its Chief Executive Officer Mark Herbert will be stepping down just months after taking the top job.
Pendragon shares slumped as much as 26% on Wednesday after the British car dealer warned of a pretax loss this year, blaming weak demand for both new and used cars.
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