Retailer Argos admits it needs to 'reposition for a digital future' after posting disappointing results:
- Benchmark profit before tax down 37 percent to £18 million
- Earnings per share down 44 percent to 1.4p
Its management plans to invest around £100 million per year in the business over the next three financial years.
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