Catherine Deshayes

News - written by Catherine Deshayes

Sugar beet handling company M&J Haulage Ltd have had their operations suspended after going into administrat [more]
An engineering firm in the North East of England has called in the administrators - putting more than 300 jobs at risk – after cash flow problems hampered its profitabil [more]
A business park on the south coast is set to be sold after a lengthy legal battle over its ownership, with a deal anticipated to be worth over £12 mil [more]
Two accountancy firms based in Huddersfield have announced that they will merger in order to provide a larger range of services to their clients. [more]
Recent losses and business failings may force UK driving firm the AA into selling off several ailing parts of its business, including its driving schools, road signs and maps divisions. [more]
A robotics company which began life designing mechanisms for sewing machine manufacturer Singer in the Victorian era has completed a management buyout as it seeks out new markets. [more]
Administration now seems inevitable for Lancashire-based firm Fairpoint Group who have filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators. [more]
International healthcare group, Bupa, is preparing to sell almost half of its care homes in a deal that is expected to come to around £450 mill [more]
New opportunities beckon for architecture firm Nicholson Nairn, a Newcastle-based practice whose clients include Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Primark, following a management buy-in overseen by a host of North East busines [more]
Struggling retail fashion chain Store Twenty One has collapsed into liquidation with the loss of 900 jobs, it has been reported. [more]
Vue Cinemas considers a sale - Mon, 10 Jul 2017
Vue, the sixth largest cinema chain in the world, has plans to put itself on the market for buyers. [more]
A medical firm based in County Durham is hoping that a division sale will lead to "a higher quality of earnin [more]
Two of London's leading theatre dons have acquired Picturehouse Entertainment, a live cinema distribu [more]
AppInstitute, a Nottingham-based software as a service company, has completed the acquisition of counterpart Appsme in a deal that will almost double its global customer base. [more]
In a move that has saved more than 100 jobs, a group of historic textile manufacturers in Greater Manchester has been sold out of administration. [more]
Wood Group has put the majority of Amec Foster Wheeler's upstream oil and gas business up for sale with the aim of getting the go ahead for the £2.2bn takeover of its smaller rival. Both companies provide services work to global oil [more]
A group led by one of Yorkshire’s most successful entrepreneurs has acquired the owner of a number of beauty and personal care bra [more]
Seachill, the Grimsby-based food firm which owns the popular fish brand Saucy Fish Co, has been put up for sale by its owner Icelandic Group. [more]
Jimmy Choo, the luxury shoemaker worn by actresses, royalty and musicians, is up for sale after announcing a “strategic review of the company [more]
Woodborough Hall, a popular hotel and wedding venue in Nottingham, is on the market for £1.9 mil [more]

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