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270 jobs saved at cleaning group

A group of cleaning and facilities management companies have been sold out of administration, saving 273 jobs. Read full story

Insolvent businesses could face extra holiday pay claims

Insolvent businesses which are still trading could be hit by backdated claims for employees’ extra holiday pay, says law firm HBJ Gateley. Read full story

Co-op Group returns to profit

The Co-operative Group has posted profits of £12m for the first half of 2014, a return to form after its financial performance in 2013. Read full story

113 redundant at Pontypool printers

A Welsh commercial printing firm based in Pontypool is set to enter administration, resulting in the loss of 113 jobs. Read full story

Leisure site sold out of administration

Administrators have completed the sale of a Bedford-based leisure site out of administration. Read full story

Deloitte sees continued revenue growth

Deloitte UK has posted revenues of £2.55bn for the year ending 31 May 2014, a 1.4% increase year-on-year. Read full story

Jane Norman creditors could miss out

Creditors of insolvent fashion retailer Jane Norman could miss out on a potential £10m, according to an administrators report. Read full story

Maternity retailer proposes controversial CVA

Embattled maternity retailer Mamas & Papas has sought to reduce its rent expenses by proposing a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA). Read full story

70 redundant at Scottish shipbuilder

A group of Scottish ship building companies operating on the River Clyde have entered administration, resulting in 70 redundancies. Read full story

Hereford United in injury time after CVA rejection

Embattled football club Hereford United has just two weeks to repay its debts or face liquidation, after a CVA proposal was rejected last week. Read full story

Restructuring plans impact on outsourcing giants

Two of the UK’s largest private sector outsourcing firms, Serco and G4S, have reported the effects of on-going restructuring plans. Read full story

Liquidators appointed to phone-based loan provider

A Slough-based telesales financial provider has entered liquidation after failing to keep up with emerging technologies. Read full story

Liverpool Novotel hotel sold out of administration

Administrators have announced the sale of the Novotel Liverpool Central hotel out of administration. Read full story

Leonard Curtis appointed to office seating manufacturer

Administrators have been appointed to a Middlesex-based manufacturer of ergonomic and orthopaedic office seating. Read full story

Payday lender cashes out

Stockport-based payday lender and money transfer business The Cash Store Ltd has entered administration. Read full story

Early goal for Aldershot with CVA exit

Aldershot Town Football Club has announced it has exited its Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) two years ahead of schedule. Read full story

Healthier options drive Greggs turnaround to success

Bakery chain Greggs has announced a 48% increase in pre-tax profit year-on-year in its H1 2014 results, as its turnaround plan begins to reap dividends. Read full story

SIA Group announces partnership with Valuation Consulting

Asset valuation firm SIA Group has announced a new strategic partnership with intellectual property and company valuer, Valuation Consulting Co Ltd. Read full story

1,200 jobs lost as Unipart Automotive goes under

Unipart Automotive Limited, one of the UK’s largest car parts suppliers, has entered administration resulting in the loss over 1,200 jobs. Read full story

New Blackpool office for property management firm

Property management specialist All In Property has announced the acquisition of a new office in Blackpool. Read full story