Archive for August 28th, 2012


US investment firm Harris reduces its stake in UK retailer JJB Sports

British sports retailer JJB Sports Plc (LON:JJB) said on Tuesday that US investment manager Harris Associates LP had reduced its stake in it to below 17% after selling some of its shares last week. Harris Associates, which owned 70m JJB […]

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Average Advertised Salary Growth

The best and worst areas for average advertised salary growth in the UK

Employees looking for increasing salary growth and a higher wage packet should head to Wales, according to a recent study. The research, carried out by the job search engine

Gold vein

France’s Areva to exit Canadian gold miner La Mancha in $320m deal

French nuclear power group Areva SA (EPA:AREVA) said on Tuesday it had finalised the disposal of its holding in Canadian gold mining company La Mancha Resources Inc (TSE:LMA)

LCL is part of Credit Agricole

France’s Credit Agricole still interested in selling stake in Spanish Bankinter

French banking group Credit Agricole SA (EPA:ACA) views the stake it owns in Spanish peer Bankinter SA (MCE:BKT) as non-strategic and it is still considering all options regarding

London 2012

Security firm G4S takes £50m hit because of London Olympics

G4S takes GBP50m charge for Olympics security guards shortfall Security solutions group G4S plc (LSE:GFS) said today that the failure to fulfil its Olympic Games security contract will cost


Irish healthcare group United Drug to acquire US-based Drug Safety Alliance

Irish healthcare services group United Drug Plc (LON:UDG) on Tuesday said it would take over US Drug Safety Alliance Inc (DSA), a provider of safety and risk management


US IT giant IBM agrees to acquire Kenexa for $1.3bn

US recruiting and talent management solutions firm Kenexa Corp (NYSE:KNXA) has unveiled a cash deal worth some USD1.3bn (EUR1bn) to be taken over by IT major International Business

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China to decide on Glencore’s acquisition of Canada’s Viterra next month

Canadian grain handler Viterra Inc (TSE:VT) said the Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) will continue into September with the review of its planned CAD6.1bn (USD6.2bn/EUR4.9bn) combination with Swiss

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