Catherine Deshayes

News - written by Catherine Deshayes

First Milk has announced that it will sell off two of its creameries in Scotland that produce premium cheeses, saying that the cost of keeping them running is too high. [more]
Assets of 90-year-old national catalogue company Betterware are on sale after the firm called in administrators following collapse. [more]
Ernst & Young (EY) has officially been appointed administrator for TOM Vehicle Rental after the Scottish firm was forced into liquidat [more]
Rolls-Royce has announced it will sell its fuel injection company L'Orange to US firm Woodward in a £610 million deal as part of its plans to boost its balance sheet and boost the capital available to the firm for use in pursuing opportunities that will provide greater [more]
The owners of the Care Management Group (CMG) have engaged an investment bank to help explore the sale of its dedicated care business in a deal expected to be worth around £150 million to £250 [more]
T.O.M Group, a commercial vehicle hire and sales business, has announced it has gone into administration and ceased trading as a result of challenging trading conditions in recent months. [more]
The firm that owns several discount alcohol shops – including Bargain Booze and Wine Rack – has announced that it will file for administration in the next two weeks, after dwindling revenues have put it in a precarious po [more]
One of the world’s largest betting companies has sold off its Australian business following a crackdown on the country’s gamblin [more]
The management team at one of the country’s leading secure power solutions firms has successfully completed an MBO, thanks to funding provided by a private equity fi [more]
UK-based smartphone maker WileyFox, the only mass market phone producer in Britain, has entered administration three years after its initial launch. [more]
The owners of the UK division of US-inspired casual dining chain TGI Fridays is sounding out a possible sale, in the wake of a steep downturn affecting much of the sector. [more]
One of the country’s leading building maintenance and construction service firms has successfully undergone a management buy-out (MBO) lead by a team of managing directors from its subsidiari [more]
It has been revealed that as many as 45,000 UK retailers are in financial distress this Christmas. [more]
A company that provides a private ambulance service to customers in Ashford, Kent has been placed into administration after a difficult period of trading. [more]
It has been announced that Spark, a globally integrated service provider for media and consumer goods companies covering artwork, design, packaging, digital reprographics, etc, and ASG Print will be combined to form one entity. [more]
A major Leamington business is facing hundreds of redundancies as its distribution centre looks set to close. [more]
A security company based in Essex whose clients include big names like ASDA, House of Fraser and Morrisons has changed hands in a management buy-in. [more]
A British furniture manufacturer has called in the administrators amid a slowdown in consumer spending, with its 123 employees in risk of losing their jobs. [more]
Northern Irish construction company McMullen Facades has gone into administration following financial difficulties at its parent company. [more]
Network Rail is making plans to sell its commercial property portfolio, in the first stage of efforts to shore up the infrastructure operator's struggling fina [more]

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