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Blurred photo of suspect wanted for stealing a cellphone from a toddler in a C&A store in Eindhoven, 3 August 2019
Aug 21 '19 16:30

The police are looking for a man who stole a cellphone from a 2-year-old child in a C&A store in Eindhoven on August 3rd. The police have a photo of the suspect, and if the suspect does not come forward, will release it to the public. 

The incident happened at around 3:45 p.m. on August 3rd in the C&A store in the Woensel shopping center in Eindhoven Noord. The child was sitting in a buggy and watching videos on the phone while his parents shopped. The perpetrator walked up to the child, grabbed the phone and left the store, the Eindhoven police said on Facebook.

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Feb 20 '18 08:59

Prisoners in China are used to make clothes for famous clothing brands like C&A and H&M, British former journalist and business researcher Peter Humphrey wrote in the Financial Times over the weekend. C&A launched an investigation to find out whether this is true, the company said to NOS.

Nov 3 '16 09:37

Frits Goldschmeding, founder of recruitment agency Randstad, is again on top of the Quote 500 list - the list of the richest Netherlands residents. This is despite seeing his wealth drop by a quarter this past year, AD reports.

Goldschmeding tops the list with assets amounting to 3.5 billion euros. Second place went to construction magnate Dik Wessels, who saw his assets increase by 10 percent to 3.3 billion euros. And in third is chemisstry billionaire Hans Melchers, whose assets increased by 25 percent to 2.5 billion euros.

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Oct 27 '16 16:35

Retail chain C&A is closing four stores in May and June next year, Trouw reports based on a letter the HR director sent to staff members. Affected stores are the store on Vredenburg and in Kanaleneiland in Urecht, as well as stores in Pijacker and NIjverdal.

According to the newspaper, these stores are closing due to their "poor economic results". C&A does not expect the results to improve in the coming years. 

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Oct 28 '14 09:45

Hannesbrands, C&A, Sainsbury's, Primark and Mothercare have been linked to spinning mills that still have appalling working conditions.

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Jan 24 '14 12:06

Wehkamp, Philips, Shell, Hema and C&A used cheap labor from East Germany in the 70s and 80s.

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