The private stakeholders in Fitness First are looking up to a stock market flotation worth £2bn. However, they are avoiding any involvement in the Asian exchange.
BC Partners is still pondering upon the Fitness First flotation, in spite of the insecurity in the stock market, which saw the private equity companies removing their IPOs.
After BT received thousands of applications from the applicants of “illiterate school leavers”, the Chairman of the Company, Sir Michael Rake criticized the education standards.
Sir Michael informed that 26,000 applications for 170 apprenticeships were received and that about 6,000 among them were worth noticing.
It has been announced by the DP World on Monday that it will delay the plan of listing some of its shares on the London Stock Exchange.
Dubai World, who owns the majority of shares of the Company, said in a regulatory statement that the board has planned to put off the listing process, until a satisfactory system that supports the dual listing, is available.
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