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Company helps Race for Life
Aug 07 2005 | By justinit | Permanent Link | Comments (7110)
A FLEDGLING information technology business is celebrating its launch by supporting Cancer Research.

Hague IT, of Wood Street, Bolton, matched the sponsorship of two of its representatives, Mel Crompton and Rebecca McNulty, who took part in the Race For Life at Leverhulme Park on July 24, raising 200 in total.

Justin Hague, company founder, said: "It was the least we could do. Cancer Research UK helps to cure cancer for thousands of people in Britain.

"On a smaller scale, we are looking to cure information technology problems for North-west businesses while introducing preventative measures to safeguard them."

Source: www.thisislancashire.co.uk

Tiny customers 'won't get money'
Aug 01 2005 | By justinit | Permanent Link | Comments (5012)
Customers with outstanding orders from Time and Tiny PCs are unlikely to get their computers or their money back.

A source close to administrators Grant Thornton told the BBC such people would become "unsecured creditors" and drop to the bottom of the list for payments.

But administrators have put together a "limited" support package for customers offering warranty cover and repairs.

Tiny owner Granville Technology went into administration on Wednesday with the loss of 1,500 jobs.

The Lancashire-based firm, which was the UK's largest PC maker, collapsed after it ran out of cash.

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Source: www.bbc.co.uk

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