- T&N's asbestos-affected workers win court case, but delays go on. // Professional Engineering;5/21/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the victory of former employees of British industrial giant Turner and Newall who are fighting for compensation for asbestos-related diseases in a High Court battle. Possible delay in compensation payments; Plan of the company to appeal the decision.
- There is money in Rhodesia. // Accountancy;May79, Vol. 90 Issue 1029, p26
Focuses on the impact of constitutional disputes between the government of Great Britain and Rhodesia on companies. Statement on the accounts of Turner and Newall Ltd.; consolidated profit and account loss showing group reserves; Lack of support of the government of Great Britain on peaceful...
- Turner and Newall allowed to bid again. // Accountancy;Dec1986, Vol. 98 Issue 1120, p44
Reports that an appeal committee has upheld the ruling of the British Takeover Panel, allowing engineering firm Turner & Newall to bid again for AE. Challenges to the firm's initial bid; Alleged irregularities of the bid.
- Asbestos The lies that Killed. Howker, Ed // New Statesman;9/1/2008, Vol. 137 Issue 4912, p22
The article discusses issues arising from asbestos contamination that resulted from the activities of Turner and Newell, a British company and one of the largest asbestos manufacturers in the world. Under discussion are a number of issues including the attempts on the part of Turner and Newell...
- Court OKs manufacturer's restructuring plan to manage current, future asbestos claims. Veysey, Sarah // Business Insurance;1/2/2006, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p17
The article reports on the decision of a British court that Turner & Newall Ltd. may set up a company voluntary arrangement or a scheme of arrangement to restructure the company and handle its current and future asbestos claims. The ruling may also pave the way for the firm's defined benefit...
- Turner & Newall Ltd Expands in Glass Fibre. // Textile Institute & Industry;Feb1971, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p57
The article reports that the Turner Brothers Asbestos Co Ltd, a Turner & Newall Ltd. Company, is planning to spend over 4 million pounds over the next four years on expanding its facilities for manufacturing of glass fibers. The T.B.A.'s Glass Fibre Division is the major producer of...
- Pension protest at conference. // Professional Engineering;10/6/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p17
This article presents information on the more than 200 protesters from engineering firms who took to the Brighton seafront to demonstrate to MPs at the Labour Party Conference in England over the fate of their pensions. The protesters appealed for financial aid after seeing their pensions...
- Rowleys goes head-to-head with A&O over Turner & Newall pension conflict. Harris, Joanne // Lawyer;8/16/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p4
Reports that trade union law specialist Rowley Ashworth will meet representatives from Allen & Overy in continued negotiations over Turner & Newall pensions.
- Untitled. // Accountancy;Aug1983, Vol. 94 Issue 1080, p6
The article presents information on annual conference of accountants which was held in 1983. Sir Douglas Hague, chairman of the Oxford Strategy Unit, discussed the ending of the golden age of the western economies for their failure to create jobs since 1965. According to Sir Francis Tombs,...