Glasgow retail tycoon Gerald Weisfeld, founder of legendary fashion chain What Every Woman Wants has died.
The businessman suffered a long battle with illness and spent the last few years in a Bothwell Castle Care Home in Lanarkshire.
He died earlier this morning aged 79.
Weisfeld founded the firm in Glasgow in 1971 before it went on to become a national chain in 1990.
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Gerald along with his wife Vera grew the business to over 130 stores across the UK before the pair sold the company for £50 million.