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- MBO indicated for C-T and Walker & Homer sell off. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;05/15/98, Issue 5088, p2
Reports on the management buyout for Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer, two of Great Britain's largest upholstery manufacturers. Reasons for the management buyout instead of floating them on the stock market; Combined turnover and operating profit of the two companies together with the office...
- Growth for C-T as sister group slows. // Cabinet Maker;03/12/99, Issue 5129, p4
Reports on the earnings of British upholstery firm Christie-Tyler and sister company Walker & Homer in 1998.
- Hillsdown might sell Christie Tyler and Walker & Homer. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;03/13/98, Issue 5079, p5
Reports on the possibility that Hillsdown Holdings may put upholstery companies Christie Tyler and Walker & Home for sale as part of a disposal review. Increase in the combined profits of the two companies in 1997; Current furniture trading of Hillsdown as satisfactory.
- Autumn date likely for C-T and Walker & Homer sale. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;07/10/98, Issue 5096, p6
Reports on the completion of the sale of Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer by September 1998. Combined operating profit of the stores in 1997; Remarks from Michael Teacher, chief executive of parent company Hillsdown Holdings.
- Is the price right? Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;12/04/98, Issue 5117, p1
Opinion. Discusses the issues concerning the fate of British furniture firms Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer. Remarks of Michael Teacher, chief executive of firms' owner Hillsdown Holdings; Issue of money.
- Cauval exit clears way for Payne bid as MacKenzie prepares to retire. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;12/04/98, Issue 5117, p2
Focuses on the decision of French group Cauval to end its attempt to acquire British furniture firms, Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer, from Hillsdown Holdings. Preferred bid headed by John Payne who has resigned as Hillsdown chief executive; Deadline imposed for any sale; Cauval's search for...
- No trade sale for C-T and Walker & Homer. // Cabinet Maker;09/11/98, Issue 5105, p2
Reports on the sale of Great Britain-based upholstery companies Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer by their parent company Hillsdown Holdings. Possible overseas buyers for the companies.
- Parker Knoll joins Christie-Tyler stable. // Cabinet Maker;3/11/2005, Issue 5429, p3
Reports on the purchase of Parker Knoll by Christie-Tyler from Silentnight Group in Great Britain. Nee d for changing some of the product without hurting the quality; Comment of Christie-Tyler chief executive Scott Malvenan on acquiring the brand; Negotiation on the sale of the Nathan brand.
- Making up for a long absence. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;3/11/2005, Issue 5429, p9
Comments on the acquisition of Parker Knoll brand by furniture firm Christie-Tyler in Great Britain. Lack of plans of the company for Parker Knoll; Plan to convince retailers to stock the brand after an absence of several months; Important factor considered by many potential stocklists.