The WH Group’s reluctance to reduce the share price won’t tempt investors turned off by the valuation, Una Galani writes for Reuters Breakingviews.
London-based accounting software firm Bankstream recently worked with Spaceworks Design Group to open an office presence in Auckland, New Zealand which reflected a UK theme. Having their business in London, Bankstream came to us with a brief of wanting the New Zealand office space to reflect a UK theme, so local staff can understand where their business was coming from and going to. The Spaceworks design team took on this challenge, and touched down in Londontown; tube station detailing in the open plan, police bobby hats in the reception, a note to 10 Downing Street for the boardroom doors, a modern take on an English Pub for a breakout space. Having previously worked in the building before , this space was the top and final floor left to fill. It was an open shell, a completely untouched canvas for us to transform into what you see here. …
The Swedish pension fund Alecta, which holds about 2 percent of Scania’s capital, is the latest shareholder to reject Volkswagen’s $9.3 billion cash offer to take full control of Scania.
The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed two senior advisers – David Saunders, a former head of Britain’s Competition Commission, and Gunner Burkhart, a former executive at Goldman Sachs.
The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed to its ranks David Saunders, the former head of Britain’s Competition Commission, and Gunner Burkhart, a former executive at Goldman Sachs.
The low-cost retailer Primark plans to open its first store in the United States in a space in Boston that was formerly home to Filene’s Department Store. It is the latest import to the United States market for basic and affordable clothing.
Little ground was given in an Albany court by New York regulators or by Airbnb, the apartment-sharing service that is fighting a state subpoena.
Numericable, the French cable unit of Altice, is expected on Wednesday to price a junk bond offering worth about 8.4 billion euros, or about $11.8 billion, to help fund the acquisition of Vivendi’s mobile unit, SFR.
The junk bond offering by Numericable, the French cable unit of Altice, is the largest in history and will help finance the acquisition of Vivendi’s mobile unit, SFR.
Discussions with Charter Communications could lead to a sale and a swap involving millions of cable subscribers.