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Bupa pays pounds 68m for Greenalls' nursing homes

Bupa, the mutually owned private health care group, is to become the UK's biggest operator of upmarket nursing homes after paying pounds 68m for Greenalls' Country House Group.

Granada will take time over disposals

MATHEW HORSMAN

Rocco bounces back with pounds 2.5bn hotels plan

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End of an era as Forte loses takeover battle

MATHEW HORSMAN

Satellite TV for all to boost profits

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Granada may face DTI quiz on bid document

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Forte steps up war of words in takeover saga

MATHEW HORSMAN

Offers for assets pour in to Granada

MATHEW HORSMAN

Granada meeting fuels talk of rise in bid price

MATHEW HORSMAN

Granada details pounds 100m savings

Forte battle: Bidder prepares to be specific about its promises as share registers reveal cross-holdings

Forte to offer pounds 500m payout

FORTE is set to return around pounds 500m in a special payout to shareholders as the final plank of its defence against Granada's hostile pounds 3.2bn bid for the hotels and restaurants group.

Billions at stake as Forte steps up takeover war

The embattled hotels and restaurant group Forte yesterday pitched the City's highest profile takeover battle into frenzied confusion, unveiling a pounds 1bn agreed sale of its Happy Eater and Little Chef restaurant chains to brewing and catering giant Whitbread.

Whitbread deal on restaurants boosts Forte's defence

Late rally: Agreement with brewing giant turns tables on chief executive of Granada as drama intensifies over hostile pounds 3.2bn bid
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