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Daisy has announced a £180m offer to acquire Phoenix IT, the Northampton-based cloud computing firm.
Daisy Group has acquired Damovo UK, the West Sussex-based telecoms firm, for undisclosed terms.
Daisy Group, the Lancashire-based telecoms firm with 1,500 staff, is to undergo a £494m buy-out by a consortium of investors.
Daisy Group has acquired Indecs, the Redditch-based cloud computing firm, for £18m.
Daisy Group is to acquire two data centres in Gateshead and Reading from Oakley Capital Private Equity for up to £7.5m.
Daisy Group has been appointed by Oakley Capital Private Equity to take control of the former 2e2 data centres in Gateshead and Reading.
Daisy Group is looking to expand its network of four data centres by opening a new site in southern England by 2013.
Daisy Group has acquired Worldwide Group, the Peterborough-based telecoms firm, for £28m.
Daisy Group is looking to recruit 90 sales and call centre staff at its telecoms business in Nelson, and hopes to take some people affected by the Homeloan Management office closure in Padiham in September.
Daisy Group has acquired the communications assets of Telinet and Ipitomi for up to £15m.
Daisy Group has acquired the Vodafone mobile service business of Outsourcery Group for £12m.
Daisy Group is looking to open a second telecoms call centre in Nelson, in order to accommodate up to 600 staff.
Daisy Group has acquired NEG MBO Two, the provider of communications services to the care sector, for an initial £23m.
Daisy Group is to acquire SpiriTel, the business telecoms firm with offices in Wigan, London, Cardiff and Glasgow, for £27m.
Daisy Group has acquired MurphX Innovative Solutions, the Hampshire-based provider of data connectivity solutions, for an initial £4.8m.
Daisy Communications is looking to recruit 50 additional staff at its telecoms business in Burnley.
Daisy Group has sold its WiMAX spectrum licences to the PCCW Group for £12m.
Daisy Group has acquired Fone Logistics, the Northumberland-based supplier of mobile handsets and airtime, for £3.6m.