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Grafenia raises £1.1m to continue growth

Grafenia has raised around £1.1m before expenses via a share subscription, which will be used to further expand the business.

Antalis to establish new shareholding structure

Antalis has revealed it will set up a new shareholding structure in the coming months, which could result in Sequana no longer being its majority shareholder.

Masterwork to become largest Heidelberg shareholder

Masterwork Group Co (Masterwork) is set to obtain a nearly 8.5% stake in Heidelberg, making it the largest shareholder in the German manufacturer, which is looking to further improve its market position in the packaging printing segment.

Direct Solutions establishes employee share trust

Direct Solutions has made moves to put its future in the hands of its staff as management lays the groundwork for an employee share trust.

Johnston Press acquired in pre-pack deal

Johnston Press has been acquired in a pre-pack deal by JPIMedia, a newly-formed company controlled by a consortium of Johnston's debt investors led by US hedge fund GoldenTree Asset Management.

DMGT moves to buy i from Johnston Press

The owner of the Daily Mail is "plotting" to buy the i newspaper from Johnston Press, according to a report from Sky News.

Custos ups Johnston Press stake to block possible sale

Johnston Press’s largest shareholder has increased its stake in the publishing company from around 20% to more than 25% to “ensure some of the more insane board or adviser actions can be blocked”.

Johnston Press puts itself up for sale

Johnston Press has hoisted a ‘for sale’ over the business as it continues the strategic review it started last year.

Hybrid Software parent proposes Global Graphics buy

Congra Software, the Luxembourg-based holdings company behind Hybrid Software, is set to acquire Global Graphics in a proposed €50.3m (£44m) deal to be approved by shareholders.

Johnston revenues down as strategic review continues

Johnston Press had “no significant update” for investors on its efforts to tackle £220m in bond-related debt, as it reported a 10% decline in revenue for the half-year.

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