Virgin.com Limited, through its subsidiaries, engages in the businesses of mobile telephony, travel, financial services, leisure, music, holidays, and health and wellness. Its mobile telephony business includes IP-VPN, Wi-Fi, phones, phone plans, mobile broadband, TV phone, broadband services, and SIM cards. The company’s travel business comprises airlines, leisure and travel Websites, travel booking services, travel information, flying clubs, commercial spaceline services, holiday services, hotel services, holiday cruise services, hotels, private islands, mountain retreats, game reserves, catamarans, lodges, tented camps, vineyards, restaurants, private members clubs, trains, and tour opera...
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Founded in 1970
Virgin.com Limited Seeks Acquisitions
Jun 29 16
Sir Richard Branson, the founder, Virgin.com Limited said that" We were about to do a very big deal, we cancelled that deal, that would have involved 3,000 jobs". This took place after the result of the European Union referendum.
Virgin Presents at OurCrowd Global Investor Summit, Jan-25-2016
Jan 25 16
Virgin Presents at OurCrowd Global Investor Summit, Jan-25-2016 . Venue: ICC Jerusalem International Convention Center, Shazar, Boulevard 1, Jerusalem, Israel. Speakers: Claudia De Antoni, Investment Director.
Santander And Virgin Eyes On RBS Branch Takeover
Dec 16 15
Santander UK (SAN.MC) and Virgin Money are said to be considering moves to take over a Royal Bank of Scotland banking unit. Santander UK could be planning to buy more than 300 branches from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) three years after it abandoned the same deal. Sky News has learnt that Santander UK and Virgin Money are two of the parties indirectly referred to in a statement issued by the taxpyer-backed RBS on December 16, 2015, which referred to a number of informal approaches for its Williams & Glyn (W&G) business. Neither Santander UK nor Virgin Money has tabled a formal proposal to buy W&G, and could yet choose not to do so, according to people close to the situation. RBS confirmed that it was planning to launch an auction of W&G next year alongside preparations for floating what would be Britain's seventh-largest bank on the London Stock Exchange. Insiders said the auction would be run by advisers at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Robey Warshaw, and could value W&G at as much as £2 billion.