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Pub chain Fuller’s to axe 'at least' 10% of workforce 500 redundancies Government mistakes Coronavirus

Fuller’s to axe 'at least' 10% of workforce

By James McAllister

Fuller’s has said Government advice to work from home where possible means the pub company will have to lay off 'at least' 10% of its 5,000-strong workforce.

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Tasty considers CVA

By James McAllister

Wildwood operator Tasty says it is exploring a potential Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).

Côte Restaurants acquired by Partners Group

Côte acquired by Partners Group

By James McAllister

French brasserie brand Côte Restaurants has been acquired by global private markets investment manager Partners Group.

Pizza Hut CVA approved with 29 restaurant closures confirmed 450 jobs at risk

Pizza Hut CVA approved with 29 closures confirmed

By James McAllister

Pizza Hut's UK dine-in franchise business is to close 29 restaurants, putting 450 jobs at risk, after its Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) was approved by creditors this afternoon (28 September).

Revolution Bars considers CVA

Revolution Bars considers CVA

By James McAllister

Revolution Bars Group has confirmed it is working with advisers to secure its long-term viability.

Restaurants count the cost as 10pm hospitality curfew hits Elizabeth Haigh Jonathan Downey Jackson Boxer

Restaurants count the cost as curfew hits

By James McAllister

Restaurateurs have begun counting the financial cost of the Government’s decision to impose a 10pm operating curfew on hospitality, which came into force in England yesterday (24 September).

Shaftesbury landlord London West End collects 41% of rents in H1

Shaftesbury collects 41% of rents in H1

By Georgia Cronin

West End pub and restaurant landlord Shaftesbury has said it remains confident in the long-term prospects of its portfolio, despite collecting less than half of its owed rent in the past six months.

Various Eateries begins trading on AIM market London Stock Exchange Hugh Osmond Coppa Club

Various Eateries begins trading on AIM

By James McAllister

Various Eateries, the restaurant group founded by hospitality entrepreneur Hugh Osmond, has entered its first day of trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange today (25 September).

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