Energy parts business Hydrobolt has been snapped up by LoneStar for an undisclosed amount with help from private equity firm AEA Investors.
Lloyds Banking Group equity investment arm LDC has closed its latest deal and added mobility equipment company Prism Medical UK to its portfolio.
Panoramic Growth Equity has closed its first deal since the summer of 2013 by investing in video recording equipment company Edesix.
From failing on Dragons’ Den to selling over two million of its children’s suitcases, Verity Ellis, an associate solicitor at D Young & Co, explains why Trunki are now at the mercy of copy-cat designs.
Jason Leslie, managing director at UK Point of Sale Group, explains why he's confident about the future for UK manufacturers and why in-house is often best.
Turnaround investor Rcapital has closed its latest deal and backed instrumentation and monitoring business itmsoil.
A £3.5 million new finance injection has been made into snacks business It's All Good to help with building out the company's manufacturing capacity.
British private equity firm Silverfleet Capital has invested in pan-European digital camera business Phase One.
A new technology designed to provide a heads up display for motorcyclists has raised growth capital through crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
High performance tyre maker DMACK has turned to private equity to fund the next stage of its growth.
An £860,000 investment commitment has been secured by FDM Digital Solutions, a business which produces made-to-measure insoles for the NHS.
Pallet manufacturer and rental business RM2 International has joined London's Alternative Investment Market and secured a market capitalisation of £278.3 million.
Serial entrepreneurs and investors Doug Richard and Chris Ingram tell GrowthBusiness why they've backed bespoke tailor Pip Howeson, and what promise they see in the UK creative industries.
School for Creative Startups graduate Pip Howeson gets investment support from Doug Richard and Chris Ingram
Former Dragons' Den star Doug Richard and serial technology investor Chris Ingram are coming together to back the growth efforts of bespoke tailor Pip Howeson.
Equistone Partners Europe has sold its majority stake in Allied Glass to fellow private equity firm CBPE Capital.
A Siemens spin-out business based in Edinburgh has secured investment support from the technology company's own accelerator as well as Robert Bosch Venture Capital and Seraphim Capital.
A business producing labels designed to show how long a packet of food has been open is now backed by venture capital.
A trade sale for LDC has seen the private equity arm of Lloyds Bank close its eighth exit of 2013.
Mazda is taking on fellow manufacturers such as Toyota and Honda as it looks to increase profits.
Government help and bigger export volumes are contributing to a bullish car industry.
Britain has a track record of producing successful entrepreneurs, but which ones are doing particularly well?
With Regents Park Partners II ECF bringing the total amount of Enterprise Capital Funds to 16, where does the money lie and what it is targeting?
With March IPOs raising £671 million on London's AIM market, it looks like the junior exchange is back to its best.