- M&C Saatchi lands ...2m Apax venture. // Marketing Week;4/26/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p10
Reports that venture capital firm Apax has selected M&C Saatchi to handle its creative account. Value of the account; Business sectors preferred by Apax for its investments; Joint venture with Hicks Muse Tate & Furst; Formation of Apax in 1977 from the merger of Alan Patricof Associates and MMG.
- RBS May Use Excess Capital to Buy Shares. // American Banker;4/26/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 63, p14
The article discusses the possibility that Royal Bank of Scotland PLC may use surplus capital to buy back taxpayers' shares in the company.
- RBS Defends Its Capitalization Levels. // American Banker;10/11/2011, Vol. 176 Issue 156, p8
Brief information is given about the Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC's capitalization levels in light of a newspaper report that said the bank might need more capital after the European Union's stress tests for bank viability.
- 'Smallworths' set to open. // DIY Week;7/30/2010, p03
The article states that two ex-Woolworths managers are re-opening a former store of Woolworths in Selsdon, London, England, on August 14, 2010, naming their new venture Smallworths.
- Bottom line. // Music Week;2/19/2005, Issue 7, p2
Reports on finance-related developments in the sound recording industry, as of February 19, 2005. Woolworths PLC's rejection of venture capitalist Apax's takeover offer as being too low; Singer Prince's rise to the top spot on "Rolling Stone" magazine's list of 2004's top-earning music acts in...
- Ashurst proves its premier position at Apax with Woolworths bid instruction. Hoare, Steve // Lawyer;2/21/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p8
This article reports that the law firm Ashurst has reaffirmed its position as Apax's adviser of choice by acting for the private equity house on its bid for Woolworths PLC. The firm has advised Apax on the bulk of its deals since winning the role of lead adviser on Apax's panel last June, but...
- The village on the eighth floor. Doran, Ryan // Westchester County Business Journal;4/28/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 17, p40
The article offers information on the offerings of the retail space constructed at the eight floor of the Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS) North American headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. It states that the retail floor will be placed with a food court, a gymnasium and a garden courtyard for...
- Learning the lessons. Fanning, Paul // Hardware & Garden Review;Jan2009, p3
The author discusses the lessons that can be learned by other retailers in Great Britain from the demise of Woolworth. He contends that Woolworth is not a victim of the catastrophic global financial crisis. He says that Woolworth did not get lost, it got left behind because it failed to innovate...
- Nothing ventured. // Cabinet Maker;2/11/2005, Issue 5425, p4
The article reports that Woolworths PLC has rejected an indicative offer for the company from venture capital company Apax Partners & Co. Woolworths said the Â£717 million-Â£789 million would be bid, did not provide acceptable value or certainty for it to open talks with Apax.