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Sun European Acquisition Secures Jobs


Kaliko Store – part of the Alexon Group / Photo by Unlimited by JK via Flickr UK – Investment specialists Sun European Partners confirmed yesterday that they had acquired distressed women’s clothing firm Alexon Group, securing over 2,700 jobs in the process. The ready-made administration deal was completed early yesterday afternoon after an associated firm [...]

September 30th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »

Barclays Brothers Complete Loan Deal Linked To Claridges


Claridge’s, Mayfair, W1 / Image via Wikipedia The Barclay brothers, have bought more than €800m (£695m) of debt from their parent company Maybourne Finance Ltd in an attempt to get their hands on three key London hotels. The twin businessmen, who already own The Ritz, have acquired Claridge’s, the Connaught and Berkeley from the National [...]

September 30th, 2011 | Posted in Economy | Read More »

New Shipbuilding Training Centre For B.C.


CANADA – In British Columbia, the early preparations for opening a new centre for shipbuilding training are under way. Resource Training Organization, the organisation which is running the project, is open for bids from corporations who wish to provide the training. This new project is intended to stimulate the shipbuilding and repair sector in the [...]

September 30th, 2011 | Posted in Training | Read More »

Indian Students Recruited By Canadian Universities


McGill University Canada/Image via Wikipedia NEW DEHLI- the UK, USA and Australia have been among the top choices for Indian students seeking to study abroad for several years but this year Canada is working hard to recruit more students from India. Sonali Saigal, a former student at Montreal’s McGill University explained that many US, UK [...]

September 29th, 2011 | Posted in University | Read More »

Working Teenagers “left to fend for themselves’


Andy Burnham/ Image via Wikipedia UK – Labour has been accused by Andy Burnham of not doing enough for the 50 per cent of teenagers who have no plans to attend university but instead want to work. The Shadow Education Secretary spoke out at the annual Labour conference by claiming schools have been viewed “solely [...]

September 29th, 2011 | Posted in Jobs | Read More »