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Corporate


Ipswich ‘wine rack’ sale agreed

A sale of the part-complete building, commonly known as ‘the wine rack’, located on the Ipswich Quayside has been agreed, administrators have confirmed. Read full story


Café Rouge owner proposes restructuring

Tragus Group, the owner of high-street brands Café Rouge, Bella Italia and Strada, has proposed a sweeping restructuring of the one of the UK’s largest restaurant operators. Read full story


80 jobs lost at liquidated bus firm

A Welsh bus operator has entered into a Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL), resulting in 80 redundancies. Read full story


Leisure complex operator enters administration

The operating company behind a pub, restaurant and leisure complex on the Bridlington seafront has entered administration. Read full story


Truck hire firm enters administration

A truck and heavy vehicle hire firm has entered administration, resulting in 16 redundancies. Read full story


Shoe retailer sold out of administration

A Doncaster-based footwear retailer has been sold out of administration after a CVA (Company Voluntary Arrangement) failed. Read full story


Carbon credit scheme shut down by Insolvency Service

A group of 13 companies involved in a carbon credit scheme have been wound up in the High Court on grounds of public interest. Read full story


Administrators appointed to Pharmacy Plus

Pharmacy Plus Limited, a Bristol-based supplier of drugs to the NHS and care homes, has entered administration, resulting in 240 redundancies. Read full story


Barinbrook hotel sold out of administration

The last hotel operated by Barinbrook Limited (formerly Akkeron Hotels (Admiral) Limited) has been sold out of administration. Read full story


Gardening wholesaler enters administration

A Worcestershire-based garden and leisure product wholesaler has entered administration. Read full story


New firms formed from insolvent aluminium manufacturer

Three new independent companies have been established from the remains of an insolvent Doncaster-based aluminium manufacturer. Read full story


Last 22 Paul Simon stores to close

The remaining 22 stores of insolvent furniture retailer Paul Simon Limited are to be closed, administrators have confirmed. Read full story


Somerset printing firm enters administration

Somerset-based printing firm Butler Tanner & Dennis Ltd has announced it will enter administration. Read full story


Wind turbine manufacturer sold out of administration

A Loughborough–based manufacturer of small wind turbines has been sold out of administration, securing 29 jobs. Read full story


Metal wholesaler fails to shine

A South Yorkshire-based wholesaler of stainless and alloy scrap metals has entered administration. Read full story


21 jobs lost at insolvent recycling firm

A Midlands-based recycling business has entered administration resulting in the loss of 21 jobs. Read full story


Music streaming business in administration

The London-based firm behind a new music streaming app has entered administration. Read full story


Deloitte sells seven Paul Simon stores to Lewis Home Retail

Administrators to Paul Simon (London) Limited have announced the sale of the business and assets of seven stores to Lewis Home Retail. Read full story


RBS reports rare Q1 profit

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has reported pre-tax profits of £1.6bn for the three months to the end of March 2014. Read full story


150 jobs lost at care provider

A Lancashire-based provider of qualified nurses and health care assistants to care homes and hospitals has entered administration. Read full story