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Supermarket woes worsen as price war takes its toll
Supermarket woes worsen as price war takes its toll
Latest Red Flag Alert Report for Q3 2014 Three national supermarkets have incurred adverse financial actions* over the past quarter Supply chain issues and changing customer spending patterns prove …
Country inn with rooms continues to trade after administrators appointed
Country inn with rooms continues to trade after administrators appointed
Administrators Begbies Traynor have appointed sector specialists, Colliers International, to pursue the successful sale of a country inn with rooms after securing the immediate future of almost all of…
High street revival charity closes after cash problems
High street revival charity closes after cash problems
A charity set up to help revive ailing small town high streets across Britain has ceased trading after hitting cashflow problems. Action for Market Towns, known as Towns Alive, has appointed Neil Vinn…
Yorkshire contract furniture business enters administration
Yorkshire contract furniture business enters administration
WP Eglin Ltd, a contract furniture business in Sowerby Bridge which has traded since 1880, has been placed in the hands of joint administrators Peter Sargent, Richard Kenworthy and Nick Reed of Begbie…
Owner of historic coal exchange building placed into liquidation
Owner of historic coal exchange building placed into liquidation
GYG Exchange Limited which owns the Coal Exchange building situated in Cardiff Bay was placed into liquidation on 2 September 2014. The board of directors convened meetings of shareholders and credito…
First Step Finance Limited Enters Administration
First Step Finance Limited Enters Administration
* UPDATE - 19 June 2014 * The business was marketed for sale and a sale has now been completed to Hobart Revenue Management Limited t/a Platinum Management (“Platinum”), which has Interim Permissi…