A sustainable energy and infrastructure investments firm backed by veteran venture capitalist Jon Moulton is set to launch a new £400m fund.
Greensphere Capital is considering setting up a new fund.. City A.M.
Philip Day, the tycoon behind the Edinburgh Woollen Mill, is reportedly looking at snapping up the Coast, Oasis, and Warehouse retail chains.
The group of brands, known as Aurora Fashions, are owned.. City A.M.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM) – the retail giant that snapped up struggling brands Jaeger, Austin Reed and Jane Norman – has launched a chain of department stores.
Owned by retail billionaire.. City A.M.
A popular pub close to the A38 and that shut because of the roadworks and diversions is reopening. The Halfway House pub, at Two Waters Foot near Liskeard, closed on April 9 as a result of the A38.. The Cornishman Also reported by •West Briton •Cornish Guardian
A disappointed resident has spoken of "Bodmin degeneration" after it emerged that a clothes shop was set to shut.Patricia Barber, a pensioner from the town, said that the closure of Edinburgh Woollen.. The Cornishman Also reported by •West Briton •Cornish Guardian
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Alex Hardwick has been appointed senior asset manager at APAM, the specialist.. City A.M.
Jaeger, the 133-year-old fashion brand, is expected to go into administration.
The collapse of the brand, which was snapped up private equity tycoon Jon Moulton in 2012 in a £19.5m deal, could.. City A.M.
It is understood that Edinburgh Woollen Mill is behind the deal. But last night Jaeger’s owner, private equity group Better Capital, refused to confirm the identity of the buyer. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
Cut price shoe retailer Brantano has entered administration, just over a year after being saved by turnaround specialists Alteri Investors.
The firm operates 73 stores and 64 concessions across.. City A.M.
Value footwear retailer Shoe Zone is pressing ahead with plans to grow its business organically, rather than through further acquisitions.Well-placed sources told the Mercury the Leicestershire shoe.. Leicester Mercury
The likes of Dorothy Perkins and Evans may have left Penzance at the start of the year but one leading high street name is soon to open a new store in the town. Edinburgh Woollen Mill will open a new.. Cornish Guardian Also reported by •The Cornishman