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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Administration

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Miller time: American businessman set for Rangers takeover
Bill Miller’s £11.2m bid for Rangers has been recommended by the administrators running the Glasgow giants.
Three bidders in the mix for Rangers
Administrators waste no time in determining shortlist.
British Game stores bought - but Irish sit-ins continue
It was announced today that 333 Game stores in the UK have been bought by Baker Acquisitions. Here in Ireland, staff are continuing to stage sit-ins as a call for redundancy pay.
Game managers to meet with company tomorrow
More than 2000 jobs are to go in the company, which has more than 600 stores between the UK and Ireland. In total, 231 jobs will go on the island of Ireland.
Taking a hit: Rangers players agree to wage cuts
The cash-strapped Glasgow club are hoping to keep redundancies down after the latest announcement.
Here we go again: Portsmouth enter administration for the second time
The Championship club will now be deducted 10 points, putting them out of the drop zone on goal difference alone.
La Senza sit-in ends as KPMG agrees to pay up
The sit-in at the Liffey Valley branch of the lingerie chain ends after five days, with workers told they will get their wages.
"We're not going down without a fight" - employees occupy La Senza
25 workers from the lingerie store are holding a sit-in in the Liffey Valley branch of La Senza saying they are owed wages. Trade union officials will meet with the administrators tomorrow to address the employee concerns.
Thirty-six jobs lost as Barratts closes all Irish concessions
The UK-based high street shoe store has cut 1,610 staff in total after going into administration.
Lingerie chain La Senza to shut three Irish stores
The high street lingerie chain – which has 15 stores on the island of Ireland – is also closing half of its UK outlets.
Euro bond plan includes giving EU 'extensive intrusive power'
A Commission green paper on the possible introduction of eurozone Stability Bonds suggests giving the EU power to put troubled member states into ‘administration’.
Seán Quinn: Attacks on Quinn properties are not in my name
The ousted chief of the Quinn Group denies claims by its new CEO that he wouldn’t condemn attacks on its properties.
Habitat stores enter administration
All but three of the furniture chain’s UK stores have been put into administration. It ceased trading in Ireland three years ago.
US firm to create 100 jobs in Galway
Telecommunications company Genband will start opening positions before Christmas.
CSO enquiries cost businesses up to €10.5m
Statistics body releases figures on the burden of its own enquiries.
Crystal Palace emerge from administration
Edgar Davids could be on the way as the Eagles get new owners and end seven months of turmoil.