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Capita falls on fresh equity-raising plan; FTSE bounces
'Today's newsflow reinforces our negative stance on Capita, with the group's reliance on acquisitions increasing and organic growth seemingly becoming more working-capital consumptive, against a backdrop of a stretched balance sheet,' they said in a ...
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Capita placing raises �274 million for acquisition spree
Tuesday's placing signalled Capita's intention of pushing on with a strategy which underpinned a 17 percent quarterly revenue rise in tough markets amid government austerity measures - the growth was mainly on the back of businesses bought last year.
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Capita buys Bluefin for �50m; IFA arm left on shelf
AXA has announced the sale of Bluefin's employee benefits consulting business, Bluefin Corporate Consulting to Capita for �50 million, but IFA arm Bluefin Personal Consulting is not included in the deal.
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Special report: A story of hope in modern Britain
Within weeks, they were forced to impose the largest cuts per capita of any council in the country - �198 a head. The council leader, Joe ... This is a dynamic city, and an ambitious city, and a city that will have a leadership role to play in UK plc ...
Hundreds of Debenhams jobs move from Taunton to Leeds
"As a result of this review we have reached the conclusion that a specialist external provider is the optimal solution to support Debenhams continued growth.
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Hundreds visit new Epsom scout hall
Hundreds of visitors welcomed a new scout hall on Saturday which will be home to one of the largest scout troops in the country. After 20 years of fundraising, the new �680,000 building for the 7th Epsom (Methodist) Scouts, located behind Epsom ...
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Heritage: The triumph and tragedy of Wimbledon's own Sandy Denny
Sandy Denny (1947-78), the Wimbledon songstress who became Britain's most pre-eminent folk/rock singer-songwriter in the 1970s, died exactly 34 years ago tomorrow, aged just 31.
Councils urge crackdown on dangerous dogs
The government is being urged to bring forward plans to help local authorities crack down on dangerous dogs. London councils are calling for action as the problem with 'status dogs' used by gangs as weapons is growing.
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Fund of the Week: an opportunity in British Empire
This popular investment trust is currently at a wide discount, providing an opportunity for long-term investors. Comment. by Jonathan Miller on Apr 28, 2012 at 08:01.
School denies PC claim over 'Baa baa little sheep' lyrics
A popular nursery rhyme was thought to be the black sheep of children's yarns after political correctness was believed to have gone mad at a school.
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