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    1. September 19, 2012

      Capco gives facelift to Covent Garden estate

      The largest landlord in London’s Covent Garden is set to plough £200m into the shopping and entertainment district in an...

    2. November 20, 2011

      Phoenix turns to CVC in wake of Resolution

      Phoenix Group, the specialist life assurance consolidation company, is in talks with CVC Capital Partners over a possible...

    1. May 3, 2011

      Matterhorn invests in two data centres

      Matterhorn Capital, the property investment vehicle run by Anthony Lyons and Simon Conway, is entering the growing data...

    2. February 24, 2011

      CSC plans revamp of malls to drive growth

      Capital Shopping Centres, the UK’s largest regional shopping centre owner, will drive profits through extending and...

    3. January 26, 2011

      Bolland tailors clothing business

      Marks and Spencer boss Marc Bolland has restructured the senior management of the retailer’s women’s wear business, but Kate...

    4. January 19, 2011

      Pension Corp’s move set to free capital

      Pension Corporation, the specialist insurer set up by Edi Truell, has offloaded £500m ($799m) worth of risks attached to...

    5. December 15, 2010

      CSC spurns £2.9bn bid approach from Simon

      Capital Shopping Centres has rejected the £2.9bn takeover bid from US rival Simon Property Group but has been forced to...

    6. December 8, 2010

      CSC has simply no real reason to do what Simon says

      Capital Shopping Centres – product of the break-up of sleepy Liberty International – is an unlikely headline-maker. But by...

    7. December 8, 2010

      Simon puts fresh pressure on CSC

      Simon Property Group, the US mall operator, has stepped up its attempt to acquire Capital Shopping Centres, demanding access...

    8. FT Alphaville

      November 24, 2010

      CSC in talks over £1.6bn Trafford Centre deal

      Capital Shopping Centres is close to agreeing the UK’s largest property transaction with the purchase of the £1.6bn...

    9. November 23, 2010

      CSC in talks over £1.6bn Trafford Centre deal

      If acquired, Manchester’s Trafford Centre would be CSC’s biggest asset Capital Shopping Centres is close to agreeing the...

    10. November 23, 2010

      CSC advances on £1.6bn Trafford Centre

      Capital Shopping Centres is in advanced talks to buy the Trafford Centre in a share-based transaction that would value the...

    11. August 7, 2010

      Build an innings

      Executives at what used to be Liberty International, the property group, put on their cricket pads as the two demerged...

    12. August 6, 2010

      Capital Shopping Centres returns to profit

      Capital Shopping Centres, the newly formed shopping centre business of the demerged Liberty International, has reported the...

    13. August 3, 2010

      Covent Garden boost for CapCo

      A new Apple shop due to open this weekend forms part of the retail upgrade at the West End site Capital & Counties reported...

    14. June 22, 2010

      A Reit by any other name

      Property investment trusts, typically domiciled in Guernsey for tax reasons, were predicted to become irrelevant when the...

    15. June 8, 2010

      WH Smith appoints new chairman

      Walker Boyd, the former finance director of Signet Group, is to become non-executive chairman of WH Smith, the newsagent and...

    16. June 8, 2010

      Thomas Cook and LSE slip towards Footsie drop zone

      Thomas Cook and London Stock Exchange slipped towards the FTSE 100 drop zone yesterday as the London market retreated for a...

    17. June 7, 2010

      Thomas Cook and LSE slip towards Footsie drop

      Thomas Cook and London Stock Exchange slipped towards the FTSE 100 drop zone on Monday as the London market retreated for a...

    18. May 14, 2010

      Ratings reach sell-by date

      Grocers don't want redundant stock cluttering up the shelves and collecting dust. So it is fitting J Sainsbury has opted to...

    19. May 11, 2010

      New chief on the London property block

      It was a good first day on the London Stock Exchange for Ian Hawksworth, the listed property sector's newest chief...

    20. May 7, 2010

      FTSE loss is biggest in five months

      The sovereign debt crisis continued to drive London markets sharply lower on Friday, with the FTSE 100 recording its biggest...

    21. May 4, 2010

      Liberty split could unleash keen market interest

      In a few days, the UK property sector will see how supportive the market is of the demerger of one of its biggest beasts,...

    22. May 3, 2010

      Liberty split could unleash keen market interest

      In a few days, the UK property sector will see how supportive the market is of the demerger of one of its biggest beasts,...

    23. April 30, 2010

      Rio Tinto undermined by tax fears as Footsie slips

      Tax worries weighed on Rio Tinto on Friday as a weak mining sector helped carry the FTSE 100 to a two-month low. Rio...

    24. April 27, 2010

      Miners dive as debt fears hit commodities

      BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto were hit on Tuesday as mining stocks led the FTSE 100 to its sharpest daily fall since...

    25. April 22, 2010

      Intertek escapes Footsie sell-off

      Earnings optimism and merger hopes helped Intertek beat the sell-off on Thursday, with the FTSE 100 hitting its lowest in a...

    26. April 8, 2010

      Shareholders approve Liberty split

      Liberty International, the UK's biggest shopping centre owner, has been given shareholder approval for its split into two...

    27. April 7, 2010

      Shareholders approve Liberty split

      Shoppers browse at a market in Covent Garden Liberty International, the UK’s biggest shopping centre owner, has been given...

    28. March 25, 2010

      Carnwath's seats

      Handing over the MF Global chairman's baton to former Goldman Sachs chief and ex-governor of New Jersey Jon Corzine , who...

    29. March 23, 2010

      Footsie holds near high as Reits note rattles British Land

      The FTSE 100 held close to its 21-month high yesterday but British Land and Liberty International lagged behind the...

    30. March 22, 2010

      Heavyweights take toll on London equities

      The FTSE 100 held close to its 21-month highon Monday but British Land and Liberty International lagged behind the trend.The...

    31. March 10, 2010

      Liberty demerger heralds new era

      Liberty International's proposed demerger of its £6.1bn property empire marks the beginning of a new era for the UK Reit...

    32. March 10, 2010

      Demergers risk less and add more than most mergers

      Breaking up is, pace Neil Sedaka, not so hard to do. In company terms, it is far more difficult, more risky and more costly...

    33. March 10, 2010

      Imperial Tobacco hit by concerns on earnings growth

      Imperial Tobacco was a casualty yesterday as the FTSE 100 continued to flatline near its 18-month high.The maker of Davidoff...

    34. March 9, 2010

      Liberty demerger heralds new era

      Liberty International’s proposed demerger of its £6.1bn property empire marks the beginning of a new era for the UK real...

    35. March 9, 2010

      Demergers risk less and add more than most mergers

      Breaking up is, pace Neil Sedaka, not so hard to do. In company terms, it is far more difficult, more risky and more costly...

    36. March 9, 2010

      UK results: Antofagasta profits unaffected by Chile earthquake

      Antofagasta, the Chilean copper miner, used its annual results on Tuesday to reassure investors that its operations had not...

    37. March 9, 2010

      Liberty International details demerger plans

      Liberty International is to demerge its portfolio of central London properties from its regional shopping centres, it...

    38. March 9, 2010

      Imperial Tobacco hit by earnings worry

      Imperial Tobacco was a casualty on Tuesday as the FTSE 100 continued to flatline near its 18-month high.The maker of...

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