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GUS has acquired ClarityBlue, the Luton-based provider of bespoke marketing database solutions with 165 staff, for £85m, in order to expand its Experian division.
27-Jan-2006


GUS has acquired PriceGrabber, the US-based online price comparison company, for £275m, in order to expand its Experian division.
15-Dec-2005


GUS has sold Wehkamp, its Dutch home shopping business, to Industri Kapital for £265m.
31-Oct-2005


GUS has acquired Lowermybills of the US for £174m, in order to expand its Experian consumer credit data business.
09-May-2005


GUS is planning to open 45 Homebase DIY stores over the next three years.
29-Nov-2004


GUS is to sell its home shopping operations in the UK, Ireland and Sweden, as well as its Reality logistics and customer care business, to March UK for £590m.
28-May-2003


GUS has announced a £70m deal to take full control of Scorex, the Bradford-based credit solutions company, in order to expand its Experian business.
26-Mar-2003


GUS has acquired Nordic Info Group, the Scandinavian consumer information company, for £90m, in order to expand its Experian division.
15-Jan-2003


GUS is planning to expand its recently-acquired Homebase DIY chain by opening ten new stores a year.
02-Dec-2002


GUS has acquired Homebase, the chain of 300 DIY stores, from Permira for £900m, and expects to make annual cost savings of £20m within three years.
22-Nov-2002


GUS Home Shopping has sold Family Hampers, the Leeds-based gift and hamper supplier with 110 staff, to management for undisclosed terms.
16-Jul-2002


GUS has announced plans to raise about £375m from the flotation of a 25% stake in its Burberry fashion business, and Burberry expects to expand its chain of 69 stores with 11 new outlets this year.
30-May-2002


GUS is to acquire ConsumerInfo.com, the US supplier of online credit reports, from Homestore.com for £86m, in order to expand its Experian North America business.
20-Mar-2002