When Highbury House Communications, the North London-based publisher of many well-known newsstand magazines, finally limped into administration in early 2006, it had total net debts of £29.5m. Much of this had been ratcheted up by overly ambitious executives who overvalued acquisitions including Paragon Communications and underestimated the potential costs involved in launching new media products. In its terminal stage, one-time Sun editor and media hard man Kelvin Mackenizie took over the helm, allegedly sinking some £1.5m of his own money into the company. But after three months he walked away, admitting defeat. It seemed that this business was a complete 'basket case'.
The business is open as and when required. The business is owner run and managed. Well-established country and equestrian footwear business. The business was established by our clients` in 1986 and is only now being offered to the market as our clien...
The largest Indian Restaurant in Kidderminster with 104 seats and a popular takeaway service. The business serves authentic traditional dishes with a balance of western taste and textures to accommodate a variety of palates. Business was founded by t...
The business is open 7 days a week starting early in the day in order to get the papers and magazines delivered in the morning. As this is a business only sale, the incoming purchaser would need to have premises local to the area. The staff are willi...
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