- What happens when there's no bonding? Lee, Chris // Travel Weekly (UK);11/10/2006, p29
The article comments on the impact of the overhaul of the bond market on the travel industry in Great Britain. The author said that travel companies are using bonds to fill part of their potential bank borrowing ability. If many travel companies suddenly stopped needing bonds, they would find...
- Don't Look To M&A To Be Savior in 2001 as Focus Shifts to Bottom-up Credit Analysis. Conrad, Lee // High Yield Report;01/15/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p5
Presents outlooks on mergers and acquisitions in the high yield market in 2001.
- Financing for acquisitions feeds primary. // High Yield Report;09/21/98, Vol. 9 Issue 36, p5
Presents information on acquisitions on the high yield market. Details on the possible acquisition of New West Eyeworks Inc., by National Vision; Value of the offer made by National Vision; Information on the purchase of MidAmerican Energy Co.
- TBMA survey: Bond firms expect mergers to continue. Hume, Lynn // Bond Buyer;04/23/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30626, p4
Reports on the expected merger and acquisition activities in the bond markets in the United States. Combining of origination an distribution capabilities; Increasing of the assets of the companies.
- 'Takeover is not the end of small brands' Huxley, Lucy; Davies, Phil // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;6/17/2002, Issue 2518, p14
Discusses the takeover of smaller companies by the major travel operators. Trend towards flexible vertical integration; Type of support the parent company offers; Benefits gained by the big companies from the specialist operators.
- 50 Years at the Top. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;3/24/2003, Issue 2556, p66
Recounts events that affected the British tourist trade during 1997-2003. Election of Tony Blair as Prime Minister; Merger between At Mays and ARTAC WorldChoice; Airtours' takeover of Sun International.
- STOP PRESS. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;1/6/2003, Issue 2545, p56
Reports developments on tourist trade as of January 2003. Decrease of holiday bookings in Great Britain; Number of British visitors heading to Greece; Acquisition of the European Aviation Air Charter by Bath Travel company.
- Geldof warns of consolidation in web travel firms. // Marketing (00253650);11/8/2001, p5
Focuses on concerns regarding speculated consolidation of web travel firms in Great Britain.
- Co-op will seek one rate of pay. Huxley, Lucy // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/19/2003, Issue 2564, p5
Reports that the Co-operative Travel Trading Group (CTTG) will seek one rate of pay for each of its five member societies despite their different sizes and strategies. Benefits of merger for CTTG's partners; Sales performance of the five member societies; Importance of profitable growth.