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FedEx

FedEx to acquire Dutch rival TNT Express for €4.4 billion in cash

US transportation, e-commerce and business services company FedEx Corporation and its Dutch rival TNT Express N.V, which offers global express distribution, logistics and international mail service of parcels and freight, have entered into a conditional agreement whereby FedEx will acquire […]

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RBS

RBS to sell internationally managed Private Banking unit business to Swiss UPB

Retail banking company the Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (RBS) has entered into an agreement to sell its internationally managed Private Banking and Wealth Management business to

Tesco

British Land completes £733m property exchange transaction with Tesco

Supermarket chain Tesco Plc revealed on Friday that it intends to refocus on its

99p Stores

Poundland to to acquire 99p Stores for £55m

European single price general merchandise

Telecoms Merger

Optimism grows for a buoyant 2015 M&A market

International law firm Allen and Overy published its M&A Index on Friday, which indicates

Banks not helping small businesses

Barclays divests non-core businesses

International financial services provider Barclays Bank PLC revealed on Monday that it is continuing to dispose its non-core businesses, having agreed the sale of its Retail Banking, Wealth

Dixons

Carphone Warehouse and Dixons Retail reach agreement on all-share merger terms

The boards of mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse Group plc and electrical retail company Dixons Retail plc announced on Thursday that they have recommended an all-share merger

ntiL Lloyds Bank Stock

UK Government sells shares in Lloyds Banking Group for £4.2bn

The British government has reduced its stake in Lloyds Banking Group, following the sale of 7.78% of its shares at GBP0.755 per share, HM Treasury announced

UK economy has become dominated by debt driven household and government spending

Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre acquired by Delancey and APG for GBP80m

The Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, a retail, leisure and office complex of 327,000 sq ft in Central London, has been sold for GBP80m to property developer Delancey

Gas

Npower sells Electricity Plus and Gas Plus subsidiaries to Telecom Plus for GBP218m

Competition in the UK domestic energy supply market is set to be enhanced according to UK energy company RWE npower, which announced on Wednesday that npower Limited is

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