Mon, 23/06/2008 - 08:23
PFD's new chairman Andrew Neil says that he wants £750,000 from rival agency United Agents. In an interview with the Independent, Neil also adds that he does not intend to do a deal over the agency's backlists. "My first job is to get my money back," he says of UA, adding that many of the outstanding legal issues can...
Thu, 19/06/2008 - 07:14
Caroline Michel is hoping to draw a line under the Peters, Fraser & Dunlop saga after convincing media mogul Andrew Neil to take over the agency. But Neill has vowed that the deal would not lead to a rapprochment with the United Agents.
Neil and two as-yet-unnamed City financiers this week agreed to buy PFD from parent group CSS...
Wed, 18/06/2008 - 07:47
CSS Stellar has agreed to sell its subsidiary talent agency Peters Fraser & Dunlop to PFDH, a newly formed company backed by a consortium of investors led by media mogul Andrew Neil.
The decision to dispose of PFD followed an operational review by the CSS board, in which it became clear that there were "no benefits to...