The Supper Club’s entrepreneurial members laid bare their thoughts on managing acquisitions.
The Supper Club’s most recent report, entitled Buy To Build, asked its membership of high-growth entrepreneurs, as well as partners, about approaching an acquisition deal.
Having taken up the leadership mantle at Ormsby Street for a few months, Robert Drury shares his four key business learnings from startup land.
Ormsby Street founder Martin Campbell explains why he’s cutting ties with his business.
Financial services company Fiserv has stepped in to table a £70m offer for troubled technology business Monitise, after share price erosion of 96 per cent in three years.
Having bought black cab booking platform Hailo in July 2016, Daimler’s mytaxi has rebranded its acquisition and launched in London.
Integrating a new acquisition, as well as streamlining the business he recently bought back, got Harry Brunjes thinking about the value of key stakeholders.
In June 2015, security regulators investigated a group of hackers known as FIN4. They were suspected of breaking into corporate email accounts of 100 listed companies and stealing information in relation to mergers for financial gain – here’s how to keep calm and carry on during your own M&A.
With the recent news that Samsung is buying automotive electronics-maker Harman, one of the biggest questions has to be how it will keep brand strength – especially with it still reeling from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco – during and after the acquisition.
Outdoor clothing and equipment business GO Outdoors has been sold to JD Sports Fashion for £130m, providing a large realisation for its private equity backer.
Having bought back the business he founded earlier in 2016, Harry Brünjes explains why Premier Medical is on the acquisition trail and what that involves.
Scottish online flight booking business Skyscanner has been sold to a Chinese buyer through a deal valuing it at £1.4bn, providing early investor Scottish Equity Partners with a big pay day.