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Apollo and Paulson Bidding for Premier Foods' Bank Debt
John Paulson holds approximately 12% of out standing shares in a UK based public company, Premier Foods Plc (LON:PFD). This holding does not show up on 13-Fs, since the company is based on the London Stock Exchange.
Premier Foods moves to Google Apps
Premier Foods, which owns brands including Hovis and Mr Kipling, will move its 5,000 users across to Google's productivity and collaboration suite later this year.
Premier Foods: 'three likely candidates for disposal'
Analysts Graham Jones and Damian McNeela identified the three facilities after concluding that disposals were essential if the food giant is to service its net debt, which is likely to remain over �1.2bn this year. None of the three facilities produces ...
Premier Foods is 'mission possible': city analysts
“The appointment of Mike Clarke as ceo of Premier Foods was a key factor behind our decision to upgrade our recommendation on the share.
Premier League: Kevin Keegan quote voted 'most memorable'
Former Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan's "I would love it" remark from the 1995-96 season has been voted the most memorable in the Premier League era. A panel chose the winner from the five nominated quotes in the Premier League's 20 Seasons ...
Time to make history! Man City are focused on QPR victory, says Yaya  Daily Mail
Fair play, City will make money as well as spend it  The Independent
How Manchester City won the Premier League title
One of the most enthralling Premier League seasons in history went down to the final minute as Manchester City snatched the title from Manchester United in stoppage time against QPR.
Man City stars 'hungry' for more success after Premier League win  BBC News
Manchester City fans celebrate winning Premier League  Radio 1
Premier Foods tight-lipped on spreads business sale
Private equity firms believed to be bidding for Premier's spreads business include: Morgan Stanley Private Equity (a division of the giant investment bank) TDR Capital and Capvest, according to a report in The Telegraph.
Premier League: What can happen on the final day of the season?
As the Premier League reaches its climax on Sunday, there are still plenty of issues to be settled on the final day of the 2011-12 season.
Premier League: City win title after 44-year wait  BBC News
Premier League 2011-12: Top 10 signings of the season  Daily Mail
Kenny Dalglish sacked as Liverpool manager
Kenny Dalglish has been sacked as Liverpool manager after finishing eighth in the Premier League. Dalglish, 61, led the club to Carling Cup glory and the FA Cup final, but could not seal a Champions League spot.
Brendan Rodgers 'no' to Liverpool talks but Roberto Martinez in frame  BBC Sport
Walking alone: Kenny Dalglish has been sacked by Liverpool  Mirror.co.uk
Premier Foods faces dried soup price hike of +13%
Premier Foods and other dried soup manufacturers face price increases of more than 13% in the cost of meat powders, after an EU rule ordering poultry and pork desinewed meat (DSM) to be relabelled as mechanically separated meat (MSM) comes into ...