Isle of Man Newspapers has been sold by Johnston Press to another UK based group – Tindle Newspapers – in a deal worth £4.25 million. Tindle Group has around 220 titles and is based in Surrey.
The woes in the banking sector have deepened with the news that 41 jobs are to go at Lloyds in the Isle of Man. It’s understood the expatriate banking division in Douglas will bear the brunt of the cuts.
A B365 special feature examines the implications for the Isle of Man and gets the reaction from local business leaders. We also look at the mechanics of the withdrawal process.
How do investors know when a price is faltering or merely taking a breather? Peter Sharkey poses the question
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Business365 evolved from Mannin Group’s highly successful, market leading publication, Money Media. The new title embraces and builds on the ethos of its predecessor offering an all-embracing look at all sectors of the Isle of Man’s vibrant business community. Business365’s incisive editorial reflects the Isle of Man’s standing as an international business centre of repute, and its modern, stylish presentation makes the magazine the first choice for industry leaders and professionals. In keeping with its position as the Isle of Man’s premier business publication Business365 enjoys an extensive distribution network. The magazine is delivered by post to all Isle of Man business addresses and is widely available in dispensers at the airport and the sea terminal in Douglas.