Superdry warned on Thursday that its full year profits will come in below market expectations as co-founder Julian Dunkerton begins his attempt to turn the company around following his successful ret

Superdry’s CEO Euan Sutherland, chairman Peter Bamford, chief financial officer Ed Barker, and chairman of the remuneration committee Penny Hughes have all resigned from the company’s boa

Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton has narrowly won a vote by the company’s shareholders to reinstall him onto the retailer’s board. Dunkerton, who remains the company's biggest shareho

What’s going on in the world of fashion this week? FashionUnited takes a look ahead at the upcoming news and events for the 14th week of the year. Below are the main points from the editorial a

Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton has urged shareholders in the company to vote him and Peter Williams to the board, pledging not to sell his shares in the company for at least two years if they d

Superdry has released a statement urging its board to reject co-founder Julian Dunkerton’s bid to return to its board, saying that the move would be “strongly damaging” to the compa

Superdry chairmen Peter Bamford has said he will step down by the end of 2019, The Sunday Times reports. The move will reportedly “heighten the focus” on CEO Euan Sutherland as he continu

Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton has said that the ‘only option’ to save the company would be to bring him back, just days after the UK retailer published its latest profit warning. I

Julian Dunkerton, the co-founder of Superdry who stepped down from the company in March, has taken yet another swipe at its new management. Two months after calling the label’s new direction &l

“I left a brilliant business and it’s taken a wrong direction”, said Superdry’s co-founder, Julian Dunkerton, who stepped down from the company in March, in an interview to UK

The co-founder of British clothing brand Superdry announced Sunday he is financially backing a push for a second referendum on Brexit, claiming it is not too late to avert "disaster". British fash

London - Julian Dunkerton, the co-founder of fashion retailer Superdry, is set to exit the company in order to spend more time on his "other business and charitable interests." Dunkerton, who was Chi