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Businesses settle bills faster

UK businesses are paying their bills up to three days faster than they did this time last year. 
27 April 2010

Pets at Home bought for £955m

Bidding war between private equity companies ends in acquisition by buyout specialist KKR. 
27 January 2010

Gardenex extends support to Glee as well as Garden Expo

UK export federation signs non-exclusive deal with Glee after a number of its members expressed a continued interest in the Birmingham-based show. 
14 January 2010

UK still in recession but high street sees tentative growth

CBI reports most positive growth rate in almost two years but DIY and hardware stores report fall in sales. 
28 October 2009

Silverline Tools' drag racing event a success

Annual power tool drag racing fun day attracts big names, including Toolstation and Makita, as well as Channel 5's The Gadget Show. 
28 September 2009

New government helpline to support workers

Business minister launches support line to allow vulnerable workers to seek advice and report abuse of workplace rights. 
24 September 2009

Matalan launches recruitment drive

Home retail chain set to create 1,800 new jobs including Christmas staff and permanent positions. 
3 September 2009

What do you think?


As Totally DIY & Tools closes on the heels of Spring Fair, which show did you prefer this year?




Latest reader comments

re: Doors close on Totally as show reveals new branding for next year

Bob
Good news, I suppose, something has to happen. This year's show was Totally Pony!...

re: The Range opening three stores in one day

mandy symons
When is the Range opeing it's store in Penzance...

re: Doors close on Totally as show reveals new branding for next year

Brian D Vasey
About time they have finally realised that many of us smaller companies cannot afford the time off in a working week to visit a show as ...

re: B&Q recalls 25 'dangerous' light fittings

John Haynes
How long before the British public will complain enough to get these Chinese poor quality products removed? When you cost the total expense ...

re: Greater call for British-made products

Robert
But you need to check whether the goods are actually 'Made' in Britain, as opposed to certain companies having the word 'BRITISH' in their ...

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