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Chillingo founders lift lid on EA exit


The entrepreneurs responsible for games publisher Chillingo have finally broken their silence about their sudden departure from global giant Electronic Arts (EA). Chris Byatte and Joe Wee gained international recognition when they co-founded Macclesfield-based Chillingo, which launched Angry Birds and several other top-selling games to the world, and later sold it to EA. But the duo exited a year ago and have never revealed their reasons why – until an exclusive interview with Insider.

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Pre-pack deal saves telecom firm jobs

A Bolton-based provider of telecom equipment and services has been bought out of administration through a pre-pack deal.

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Steven Gerrard-owned restaurant to close

A Southport restaurant co-owned by Liverpool FC captain Steven Gerrard is to close its doors in April. The Warehouse said it would relocate its operations and staff to a new venture in Liverpool.

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Otto Simon buys historic Scottish brand

A Cheadle-based engineering and project management consultancy has stepped in to buy assets of a Scottish business which can trace its history back 150 years.

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Administrations at lowest for ten years

The number of businesses entering administration last year fell to the lowest in a decade although the volume of compulsory liquidations increased, according to official insolvency figures.

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Property Alliance Group buys £5.25m Trident

Property Alliance Group has followed up the sale of The Towers business park with the purchase of Trident, a park offering 86,000 sq ft of space near to Manchester Airport.

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Liverpool to host Sydney at waterfront forum

Sydney is the first partner city to be announced as guest speaker at Liverpool International Waterfront Forum 2015. The LIWF returns in June after its inaugural event took place as part of the International Festival for Business 2014.

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EasyJet adds to Liverpool network

Liverpool John Lennon Airport has unveiled its first new route announcement of the year, with budget airline easyJet expanding its capacity.

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