How exactly does a late-night home shopping show hawking knives and swords become a cult classic. By combining potential purchases with ridiculous quotes, slightly insane hosts, and accidental stabbings, of course. Cutlery Corner hits the network stations between 2 p. m. and 6 a. m. Eastern (or 24/7 online) on public access, broadcasting out of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The affectionately known “knife show” sells everything from pocket knives to massive swords like The Big Kahuna—which makes an entrance onto the screen by the host’s unique monologue: “Size does matter. And if you rub it, it might grow. Source: www.avclub.com
Disposable cutlery and chemicals for mobile phones are set to become the latest additions to Martin Franklin’s business empire after he announced two takeovers valued at $3. 4 billion in a single day, highlighting the breadth of his investment... His consumer company Jarden Corp. agreed to buy plastic cutlery and plate maker Waddington Group Inc. 35 billion while Platform Specialty Products Corp. , Franklin’s investment vehicle with Nicolas Berggruen, is to acquire electronic chemicals maker Alent Plc for 1. 35 billion pounds ($2. 1 billion). Franklin, who started out as manager of British stationery maker DRG in his early 20s, has mostly used acquisitions to build Jarden into a sprawling $10 billion company with products ranging from K2 skis to Yankee Candle. The Alent deal shows his ambition to also build a chemical empire, and he plans to integrate the asset with peer MacDermid, purchased in 2013 for $1. 8 billion. Platform, founded by Berggruen and Franklin and backed by billionaire Bill Ackman, has been on a spending spree since 2013, agreeing to takeovers totalling $9. 3 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Steep Price The executives, which are betting on demand for increasingly compact technology to fit in mobile phones and the addition of more electronics such as sensors in cars, are paying 13. 9 times Alent’s earnings before interest, taxes,... That’s the highest multiple ever paid for a U. K. specialty chemical company, Alent Chief Executive Officer Andrew Heath said in an interview. “It’s a full price,” Heath said. “Platform were keen. The market for electronics for cars, including assembly materials and chips, is growing at double the pace of the wider automotive industry, Heath said. Platform earlier this year agreed to acquire the electronic chemical and photomasks businesses of OM Group for $365 million. Alent investors will get 503 pence a share, either in cash or partly in shares of Platform Specialty Products Corp, the company said in a statement Monday. The offer is 49 percent higher than Alent’s July 10 closing price. Today, the U. K. company rose as much as 46 percent to 492. 70 pence in London trading. Niche Markets Jarden gained 4. 7 percent in U. S. trading, boosting the stock’s gain to 14 percent this year and outpacing the Russell. Source: www.bloomberg.com
Hospital bosses are running short of knives and forks because staff are taking them away. Airedale Hospital is holding a cutlery and crockery amnesty in a bid to get them back. Anonymity is guaranteed and those returning items will face no repercussions. A spokesperson said:”Our restaurant is having a cutlery and crockery amnesty this week - please return them from your offices or kitchens - no questions asked. Source: www.keighleyonline.co.uk
Cutlery Corner hits the network stations between 2 p.m. and 6 a.m. Eastern (or 24/7 online) on public access, broadcasting out of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The affectionately known “knife show” sells everything from pocket knives to massive swords like
Disposable cutlery and chemicals for mobile phones are set to become the latest additions to Martin Franklin's business empire after he announced two takeovers valued at $3.4 billion in a single day, highlighting the breadth of his investment appetite
You know that terrible feeling when you're dining somewhere fancy and you accidentally place a dirty utensil on the gleaming white table cloth? That would never happen if all flatware had this genius cantilevered design that keeps the business end
Waddington, owned by private equity firm Olympus Partners, makes plastic plates, cups and cutlery. It is expected to contribute about $800 million to Jarden's revenue in 2016. The deal is Jarden's second biggest after its $1.75 billion acquisition of
Airedale Hospital is holding a cutlery and crockery amnesty in a bid to get them back. Anonymity is guaranteed and those returning items will face no repercussions. A spokesperson said:”Our restaurant is having a cutlery and crockery amnesty this week
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