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Caudwell


Caudwell Group, the mobile phone company, has been sold for £1.46bn, with Doughty Hanson acquiring the wholesale distribution division and Providence Equity Partners acquiring the Phones4U chain of shops.
07-Aug-2006


Caudwell Group has sold Homecall, its Manchester-based telephone services business with more than 700 staff, to Pipex Communications for an estimated £43m.
24-Mar-2006


Caudwell, the mobile phone group valued at £800m, has appointed NM Rothschild to consider plans for the sale of the business.
22-Aug-2005


Caudwell Group is to create 1,000 call centre jobs in Manchester over the next 12 months, as part of a £50m expansion project for its Homecall fixed-line telephone services division.
30-Mar-2004


Caudwell Group is considering plans to set up a £10m call centre for its Phones4U mobile phones business at the Celtic Springs business park in Newport, with the creation of up to 900 jobs.
03-Feb-2003


Caudwell is planning to open a further 50 Phones 4u stores this year, taking the total to 350.
26-Sep-2002


Caudwell is planning to open 25 Phones 4u stores across Wales over the next two years, in a £50m expansion drive that will create up to 300 jobs.
23-Aug-2001


Caudwell is said to be considering plans to open a new mobile phone repair factory outside North Staffordshire, due to a shortage of skilled labour in the area.
16-Jul-2001


Caudwell has announced plans to expand its chain of Phones4U mobile phone outlets from 95 to 300 next year at a cost of £50m, which will create more than 1,000 jobs.
07-Dec-2000


Caudwell of Stoke is relocating its Singlepoint mobile phone call centre to Chesterton, while its 20:20 Logistics operation will move from Crewe Hall to a property nearby, as part of a £10m expansion that will create hundreds of new jobs.
01-Dec-2000


Caudwell is creating 50 new jobs at its mobile phone repair division in Newcastle-under-Lyme, having won a contract to repair digital set top boxes.
20-Jun-2000


Caudwell, the Stoke-based mobile phone company, has launched a major expansion scheme to open 78 new shops and create 400 jobs.
14-Mar-2000


Caudwell is to create 500 new jobs at its mobile phones distribution business in Staffordshire, which will benefit sites in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle and Crewe.
29-Dec-1999