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All those new business start-ups that the Government keeps promoting need new homes, and the likes of Regus have been providing them with just that.

The media merger Scotland needs

Scottish newspapers are still losing readers, despite devolution. Tim Luckhurst suggests how they could be saved

Johnston bids for Newscom

NEWS COMMUNICATIONS & Media, the Southampton newspaper group, yesterday centred in a bidding war after Johnston Press, the rival regional publisher, sought regulatory approval to make an offer for the company.

Stock Market Week: Emap set to surrender its place in Footsie 100

FOOTSIE PROMOTIONS and relegations will for the last time be decided next week under the old stock market capitalisation system.

Market Report: M&S rocked by talk of fresh profits warning

THE MARKET yesterday was shaken by rumours of another profits warning by Marks & Spencer.

Press go-ahead

Press go-ahead

Johnston claims pounds 266m P&S win

JOHNSTON PRESS, the regional newspaper group, yesterday claimed victory in the five-month battle for Portsmouth & Sunderland newspapers when P&S agreed a pounds 266m cash bid.

Portsmouth on the verge of pounds 190m deal

PORTSMOUTH & Sunderland, the media group at the centre of an unwelcome auction, yesterday said talks on a takeover offer, which it is prepared to recommend, had reached an advanced stage, writes Andrew Verity.

Market Report: Blue chips take a breather in hectic trading

BLUE CHIPS, after stretching to yet another peak, paused for breath although shares on the stock market undercard took up the running.

Market Report: Blue chips ride the Buffett factor

THE STOCK market has lit upon a new guessing game - spotting investment guru Warren Buffett's latest British investment.

Johnston raises Portsmouth stake

JOHNSTON PRESS, the regional newspaper publisher, yesterday snapped up another 2.36 per cent of Portsmouth & Sunderland, taking its shareholding in the publishing and convenience store group to 17.35 per cent. Johnston paid 1,750p each for the shares, compared to the price of 1,600p it paid in January when it took a 14.99 per cent stake.

Stock Market Week: Bombed out small caps yield up value amid the rubbl e

IS SMALL becoming beautiful again? After years of neglect there are signs that the stock market is rediscovering the merits of small companies and their rock-bottom valuations are starting to improve.

Stock Market Week: Bombed out small caps yield up value amid the rubble

IS SMALL becoming beautiful again? After years of neglect there are signs that the stock market is rediscovering the merits of small companies and their rock-bottom valuations are starting to improve.
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