The consortium seeking to buy Ireland’s Gresham Hotels group has again extended the deadline for shareholders to accept its offer after failing to win the level of support it needs.
(30 June 2004 12:39:00)
Fans of films like Scarface, Goodfellas and The Godfather might be interested to know that this year's theme for the Acorn Club Summer Ball is gangsters and molls. So for one night only gentlemen are allowed to play the hard man and pretend to be Al Pacino or Robert De Niro, while women can dress up as flappers with an "f".
(25 June 2004 17:24:00)
Proposals from the Government to ban vending machines in schools are unlikely to go ahead, following pressure from head teachers.
(25 June 2004 16:19:00)
Japanese-style noodle bar chain Wagamama is in advanced talks with an investment banking firm over a possible £60m buyout.
(24 June 2004 17:45:00)
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(24 June 2004 14:35:00)
Ireland’s takeover board has confirmed it is to investigate the 10.3% stake built up in hotel chain Gresham by Hong Kong businessman Balram Chanrai.
(24 June 2004 14:05:00)
The Government's proposals to introduce Property Investment Funds (PIFs) that may exclude hotel and leisure facilities have been slammed by the industry.
(24 June 2004 12:28:00)
Providers of corporate hospitality know that today's guests will be satisfied only if their expectations are exceeded. Karl Cushing finds out how they do it
(24 June 2004 12:22:00)