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LED International Issues Shares To Meet Liabilities (ALLISS)
The aggregate amount of HKD3.5 million raised via the issue is being treated as paid to its creditors under the revised arrangements, LED said. LED said the revised arrangements represents an increase of around 160% on the original settlement price of ...
Birmingham City: Peter Pannu's most memorable quotes
In May 2013 he released a lengthy statement in which he accused ex-directors of Birmingham International Holdings Limited, which owns BCFC PLC, of fabricating stories.
Birmingham City end links with Pannu  Insider Media
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Birmingham City ends links with Pannu
Birmingham International Holdings also issued its results for the year ended 30 June 2014 to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Revenue fell from ... It led to a loss for the year or more than �12m, which the company had warned about back in August (2014 ...
UK MORNING BRIEFING: TUI, Aberdeen, Hargreaves Lead Down Market
In a statement, the company said it has sold it 50% interest in the Pinderfields and Pontefract hospital public-private partnership project to a subsidiary of HICL Infrastructure Co Ltd for GBP61.5 million, exceeding Balfour's expectations and ...
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UK MORNING BRIEFING: Supermarkets Lead FTSE Lower On Sainsbury Sales
In a statement, the company said its US unit, BAE Systems Holdings Inc, issued the notes, and the parent company is guarantor.
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc leads investment by Wall Street in new ...
Symphony represents a threat to existing data and communications networks on Wall Street, including those run by Bloomberg LP, Thomson Reuters Corp and Markit Ltd . Thomson and Markit have also been jointly developing an "open-source" chat platform ...
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Australia shares lose ground on US air strikes in Syria, Wall St
SYDNEY/WELLINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Australian shares lost 0.7 percent on Wednesday morning as Wall Street fell overnight for a third session and investors turned cautious following the first U.S.
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London close: FTSE ends little changed after turbulent day
Meanwhile, Standard Chartered and HSBC Holdings led the downside amid tense protests in Hong Kong as citizens react to controversial reforms that will allow direct elections, but only from a pool of candidates approved by Beijing.
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The hustlers of Dota 2
Bots must be created manually and can only hold a limited number of items. Users of the site have complained about technical difficulties when placing bets, long queues and missing items.
Travelport Announces the Appointment of Three Additional Non-Executive ...
Ms. Buse is an accomplished international payments' executive, currently serving as Co-Chief Executive Officer of Monitise PLC, a technology services partner for the provision of global mobile banking, payments and commerce networks, which is listed on ...
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