A cot mattress manufacturer has secured £3.7 million from investors to meet growing demand in the UK and abroad.
The following articles discusses why private and public acquisitions fall over, and how this can be prevented.
A Hampshire-based grounds maintenance company which has "more than 100 years of experience within the landscape industry" and works with some of the UK's largest blue chip organisations has been snapped up.
On 26 February 2015, the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 came into force (the Regulations).
Section 89 of the Small Business Act amends section 170(5) of the Companies Act 2006 to provide that the general duties of directors apply to shadow directors where and to the extent they are capable of applying.
Section 87 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (Small Business Act) will require all directors of a company to be natural persons and prohibits the appointment of corporate directors. An appointment made in contravention of this section is void.
Everyone knows what dividends are, but do you know the restrictions on how much you can pay as dividends and the consequences of getting it wrong?
There are many types of employee share incentives. This article examines a few of them.
There has been useful company law reform in relation to restrictions on the choice and use of company names.
Incorporating a holding company above your trading company may enable you to protect your profits from creditors. This article explains how.
Is the prospect of deflation good news for your business? Probably, but not necessarily. This article examines ways you can mitigate the downsides.
Gordon Ramsay teaches us a lesson out of the kitchen: Is an electronic signature binding?
On 21 April 2014, the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) published the government's response to its consultation on simplifying a company's statutory filing requirements.