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Thu, 29/04/2021
Prolectric Services has been taken over by Hill & Smith Holdings. Proelectric specialises in solar lighting technology.
Tue, 27/04/2021
Standard Life Aberdeen is to change its name to Abrdn. The asset management, technology and wealth company says that the Abrdn name (pronounced “Aberdeen”) will be part of a 'modern, agile, digitally-enabled brand' that will also be used for all its client-facing businesses globally. The name change is expected to take place later in 2021.
Thu, 08/04/2021
WEBS, one of the leading websites for knitting enthusiasts in the USA, has been bought by LoveCrafts.
Thu, 08/04/2021
A new global leader in the sustainable biomass generation market has been created following the announcement that Drax has acquired the Canadian company Pinnacle Renewable Energy.
Wed, 07/04/2021
The accountancy firms Mitten Clarke and DJH are to merge.
Wed, 07/04/2021
The managed services company Blue Chip has been acquired by the American company Service Express.
Thu, 01/04/2021
The well known British clothing brands Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Wallis have been bought out of administration by boohoo. The £25.2m deal is for all of the e-commerce and digital assets and associated intellectual property rights, including customer data, related business information and inventory.
Thu, 01/04/2021
Edialux, one of France’s leading pest control suppliers, has been bought by Pelsis Group. The deal continues Pelsis Group’s international expansion.
Thu, 01/04/2021
The card payments company Handepay has been taken over by PayPoint.
Thu, 01/04/2021
The legal minimum wage for workers aged 23 and over went up to £8.91 per hour from 1 April 2021. This represents a 2.2% increase.However the Government has decided that the increase does not apply to people who are on furlough.The minimum hourly rate for people aged 21 and 22 increased to £8.36, for those aged 18–20 it became £6.56 and for the under-18s the rate went up to £4.62. The apprentice rate rose by 15p to £4.30.