B&Q is Kingfisher's jewel in the crown
Published:  21 September, 2009

LONDON: Kingfisher, parent company of B&Q has stated that it has had "a good recession".

Chief executive Ian Cheshire commented that "People were looking to improve, rather than to move and B&Q has been the jewel in the crown."

In the half year to August, profit was up 35% to £288m on sales.

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