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  • New appointment at drug development business Summit 19th Sep, 2014
    Abingdon-based drug development company Summit Corporation has appointed a new non-executive director.
  • Rolls-Royce wins world's largest single order 18th Sep, 2014
    West Sussex-based Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has sold a fleet of 30 bespoke extended wheelbase phantoms to luxury entrepreneur Stephen Hung. The transaction represents the world’s...
  • New partner at South East law firm Thomas Eggar 18th Sep, 2014
    Law firm Thomas Eggar, which has offices in Chichester, Crawley, Newbury, Southampton, Worthing and London, has appointed a new partner.
  • Merlin Entertainments unveils investment plans 18th Sep, 2014
    Merlin Entertainments, the owner of Legoland Windsor, Thorpe Park and Sea Life Brighton, has unveiled plans to invest in a number of its theme parks in 2015 after revenues...
  • HR Go falls into the red 18th Sep, 2014
    Kent recruitment group HR Go, which announced its decision to withraw from the ISDX Growth Market in March, has fallen into the red after revenue declined in a difficult economic...
  • Green light for central Brighton regen scheme 18th Sep, 2014
    A £100m regeneration scheme in central Brighton which will create hundreds of jobs, new homes, additional office space and student accommodation has been given the green...
  • Strong second half progress at Hardide 18th Sep, 2014
    Hardide, a provider of advanced surface-coating technology, said full-year results are expected to be ahead of market forecasts after an encouraging first half and strong start...
  • RPS swoops for Australian consultancy 18th Sep, 2014
    Abingdon-headquartered RPS Group has expanded its operations with the acquisition of an Australian project management consultancy in a deal worth more than £17m.
  • Portsmouth 19th most economically dynamic city 18th Sep, 2014
    Portsmouth has been named the UK's 19th most economically dynamic city outside London by a Grant Thornton study.
  • Nationwide acquires bodyshop chain for £9.5m 18th Sep, 2014
    Oxfordshire-based Nationwide Accident Repair Services has snapped up an East of England bodyshop chain in a deal worth £9.5m.
  • Clothing retailer Rohan returns to profits 17th Sep, 2014
    Outdoor and performance clothing retailer Rohan, which operates more than 50 stores across the UK, has returned to profitability on the back of revenue growth boosted by stronger...
  • Busiest month in seven years at Southampton Airport 17th Sep, 2014
    More than 200,000 passengers passed through Southampton Airport in August, making it the airport's busiest month in seven years.
  • CitNOW to create 50 new jobs 17th Sep, 2014
    A Wokingham-based software business has revealed plans to expand and create 50 new jobs after it secured £1.2m in funding.
  • RM looks to profitable second half 17th Sep, 2014
    Oxfordshire-based RM, a provider of information technology to the education sector, is expecting a "significantly more profitable" second half of the year than previously forecast.
  • Revenue on the rise at James Cowper 17th Sep, 2014
    Full-year revenue has grown by nearly 10 per cent at James Cowper as the Thames Valley accountancy firm "met the challenge laid down by tough economic conditions". The business,...
  • Carbon60 expands in Hampshire 17th Sep, 2014
    Specialist recruitment business Carbon60 has expanded its operations by taking up additional head office space at a business park in Hampshire.
  • Chemring revenues shrink in third quarter 17th Sep, 2014
    Third quarter revenues have fallen at Fareham-headquartered defence manufacturer Chemring three months after the departure of its chief executive.
  • Pre-tax profits rise at Immedia Group 17th Sep, 2014
    Immedia Group, a provider of digital music and entertainment channels headed up by DJ Bruno Brookes, has reported significant growth in pre-tax profits in the first half of...
  • Airbus to offload subsidiaries 17th Sep, 2014
    Airbus Defence and Space, which has a base in Farnborough, has revealed plans to dispose of a number of its subsidiaries.
  • Interserve chosen for Factory 2050 17th Sep, 2014
    Interserve Construction has been appointed to work on the University of Sheffield's £43m Factory 2050 project at the Sheffield Business Park.

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