Recent business and finance releases

Supermodel’s first home purchase supports Central London property market

The Central London property market is in a league of its own, highlighted by house purchases by celebrities such as Lisa Snowden…

UK’s first dedicated BlackBerry Centre opens

Well-respected in the technology industry, Scancom are an Orange business specialist partner and BlackBerry® Alliance Member, and are proud to launch the first dedicated BlackBerry store in the UK.

Daily football show for your TV station, website or mobile TV service

The third season of the enormously popular daily football news show “Kick Off” is now available to order.

Press invitation to attend London Foreign Investment Expo

Bluewater Events are inviting business, trade and finance journalists to FDI Expo 2008 - an exhibition dedicated to the business of globalisation - on 24-25 June 2008 at Excel London.

New build properties in central London selling cheap

Who said there aren’t affordable Zone One new build properties for under £286,000?

Presswire buys 'Kick Off', forms Videowire

British media group Presswire has acquired the football TV news show ‘Kick Off’, launching its new multimedia arm, Videowire...

New Capital Gains Tax rules could save you thousands

A new single rate of 18% to Capital Gains Tax for buy-to-let investors and second home owners will be introduced on April 6th 2008, benefiting individuals, trustees and personal representatives.

2008 New Year Travel Resolutions with EnGrande SL

Looking to travel more but lower expenses for 2008? Get moving thanks to EnGrande’s range of “Urban 30’s” discount online reservations websites.

The Bank of China builds a new banking silk-road between China and the UK

The Bank of China (BOC) today launched a new UK subsidiary that it hopes will be the modern silk-road between the increasing number of Chinese enterprises, private and state owned, that are entering the UK and European businesses that are entering or already have a presence in Asia and more specifically in China.

MOBIBOO REVOKES EUROPEAN OPERATING LICENSES

Mobiboo US, INC. has been asked to respond to speculation surrounding its licensed operations in Great Britain and responds as follows: