ARGOS


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AcronymDefinition
ARGOSAdvanced Research and Global Observation Satellite
ARGOSAdvanced Rocketry Group of Switzerland
ARGOSArt and Restoration Glossary Operating System
ARGOSAssociation of Research Groups for Spinal Osteosynthesis (est. 1996)
ARGOSAUTEC Real-Time Graphic Online Support System
ARGOSArmy Global Outlook System (US Army)
ARGOSAirborne Remote Geographic/Oceanographic System
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Profits at Argos' parent Home Retail have fallen for five years in a row, pushing it to re-invent Argos from a catalogue-led business to a digital operation, targeting a 15% rise in sales to PS4.
Philip Dorgan, an analyst at Panmure Gordon, said Home Retail needed to be "much more radical if it is to survive in an online world" and Argos would need a "significant store closure programme".
Peter Goedvolk, founder of Argos and CEO of Argos North Sea Group: 'We are all working hard to transform from an oil company into an all-round energy provider.
Man: Na, na, I mean, like, check who picked up that because it's an Argos catalogue so I'm obviously going to sue Argos.
by market share for individual life insurance, Seguros Argos is seventh among
After that, the store will be rebranded as an Argos store.
John Vickers, OFT chairman, said: ``The CAT's judgment confirms the OFT's finding that Littlewoods and Argos had entered into price-fixing agreements along with Hasbro.
Approximately 98pc of the UK population live within 10 miles of an Argos store.
It is understood that six developers have expressed an interest in the Holton Road site and that two of them have Argos as their lead store.
The initial bid of 570p at the beginning of February was denounced by Argos as "entirely opportunistic" and prompted the shares to race to more than 600p as investors awaited what they thought would be a higher offer.
EQT Infrastructure has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Argos Terminals, the storage and terminal business in the Argos Group.
But an Argos would lower the tone and drive out that calibre of people.