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The terms of a buy-out were agreed last year

Tyrrells crisps are up for grabs at £100m

Tyrrells, the maker of crisps loved by Middle England, has whetted the appetite of private-equity firms to buy the business for about £100m.

Market Report: May Gurney cleans up in bidding battle

Never have binmen been so in demand in the City. A £221m knockout offer in the bidding battle for the maintenance, waste and recycling supplier May Gurney Integrated Services saw punters pile in.

Glencore slips but the bosses prosper finance chief Steven Kalmin sees total pay package jump by nearly half to £2.1m

Glencore finance chief Steven Kalmin saw his total pay package jump by nearly half to £2.13 million in 2012, a  year in which the commodities trading giant’s profits tumbled by three quarters.

In good shape: Pure Gym plans 30 new sites

Pure Gym is to more than double its number of outlets in London this year, as the low-cost gym operator seeks to raise funds to drive its rapid expansion across the UK. 

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Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood denies knowledge of rumoured Middle East takeover

American Stan Kroenke and Russian Alisher Usmanov are the major shareholders

Investment View: G4S is worth a punt after that Olympics debacle

There is no doubt that an improvement in relations with Government bodes well

Anglo American's Cynthia Carroll defiant despite loss

Anglo American boss Cynthia Carroll bowed out from the big miner today with a disappointing set of results, but struck a defiant note, insisting she had no regrets.

More by-election shocks 'likely' as party membership declines

By-election shocks like the one in Bradford West last year, when Labour lost a seemingly rock solid safe seat to the maverick George Galloway could keep on happening, a new report warns.

German parent group opens talks for merger with Tui Travel

Tui Travel has entered into merger talks with its German parent group in a move that could generate about €100m (£83m) in savings across the enlarged company.

Google's price tag sees Pace step away from Motorola deal

The TV set-top box maker Pace lost out in a bid battle to massively expand its US business yesterday as it baulked at the price demanded by internet giant Google for its Motorola Home division.

David Tait: The forward was described as 'an absolute legend of a bloke' by Danny Care

Sale mourn loss of former forward David Tait

Rugby players, coaches and administrators were today mourning the loss of David Tait, the former Sale forward and Scotland seven-a-side international who fell to his death from an apartment block in Hong Kong. He was 25.

Market Report: BAE takes off amid return of bid chatter

The City's gossip engines were fired up and aimed at aerospace group BAE Systems again yesterday.

Bonus snag as Qatar backs Glencore and Xstrata deal

The proposed £56bn merger between Glencore and Xstrata was in effect sealed yesterday, but with a twist, as the key shareholder Qatar blessed it but failed to back a £140m package of retention bonuses.

Derek Pain: Why Booker is still a star in my good books

No Pain, No Gain

BAE abandons £28bn EADS merger plans after German opposition

Plans to create a European aerospace and defence giant were in tatters tonight after German opposition scuppered the £28 billion deal.

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