Home Retail Group chief executive Terry Duddy
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Internet 'to drive Argos sales' after store closures

Home Retail Group, which owns Argos, is planning to close or relocate at least 75 of the catalogue retailer's stores over the next five years.

It is part of the company's plans to change Argos into a digitally-led retailer instead of being predominantly catalogue-led.

Chief executive Terry Duddy told BBC News that by the end of his restructuring plan 75% of sales at Argos will come from the internet.

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