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Emap is to sell its business-to-business publishing division to Guardian Media Group and Apax Partners for £1.26bn.
Emap is to sell its consumer magazines and radio operations to H Bauer of Germany for about £1.1bn, in order to focus on business media.
Emap has sold its Australian magazine publishing business to ACP Magazines for £38m.
Emap has acquired Planet Retail, the London-based market research company, for £23m.
Emap is to sell its three Irish radio stations to Communicorp for £135m, including Today FM, FM104 and Highland.
Emap has acquired Torcello Publishing, the London-based online journal provider, for £20m.
Emap has sold Agor, its French exhibition business, to GL Events for £57m.
Emap is to acquire GroundSure, the provider of environmental risk information, from Metropolitan Venture Partners for an initial £30m.
Emap Consumer Media has acquired Yospace Technologies, the provider of multimedia messaging services, from The Parkmead Group and private investors for £8.7m.
Emap Communications has acquired Trades Exhibitions, the Fulham-based exhibition organiser in the professional beauty sector with 36 staff, for £19m.
Emap is to set up an additional 60,000 sq ft office at Greater London House in London NW1, and staff will relocate from its magazine publishing operations in Bowling Green Lane and Rosebery Avenue.
Emap has acquired AME Info, the Dubai-based business information company with 20 staff, for an initial £13m.
Emap has acquired Worth Global Style Network, the London-based internet fashion news and trends company with 150 staff, for £140m.
Emap Communications has acquired DeHavilland Information Services of London for £18m.
Emap is to acquire the remaining 73% of Scottish Radio Holdings, and SRH's regional newspaper business will be sold to Johnston Press for £155m.
Emap has acquired the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival from WJB Chiltern Trust for £52m.
Emap has acquired ABI Building Data from ICW Publications for £14m.
Emap has acquired Print D'Or, the French jewellery trade fair, for £1m.
Emap is to acquire Excelsior Publications, the French publisher of consumer magazines, in a £64m deal.
Emap has acquired Agor SAS, the French operator of trade exhibitions, for £21m.
Emap is looking to spend up to £373m on acquisitions to expand its radio and magazines business.
Emap has sold its Petersen magazine division in the US to Primedia for £366m, in order to focus on its core activities in the UK and France.
Emap is to acquire the remaining 50% of Media Nature from Bayard Group for £16m, in order to expand its magazine publishing business in France.
Emap is bidding to acquire Times Mirror Magazines from Tribune in order to expand its US publishing business, but is facing competition from a number of other bidders.
Emap is selling 25 German and Swiss business magazines to Bertelsmann for £14m, and the proceeds will support new investment and reduce debt.
Emap is planning to launch two cable TV channels, and has also announced a joint venture with Channel 4 to develop web-based services for teenagers.
Emap is to invest £250m in its internet activities over the next three years, in order to increase revenues from its 42 web sites.
Emap is selling 13 business magazines and seven exhibitions to Informa for £28m.
Emap has acquired Pleine Vie, the French magazine publisher, for undisclosed terms.
Emap has acquired Wagadon, the fashion magazine publisher that has an annual turnover of about £10m.
Emap has acquired Intohome, the organiser of a home furnishings exhibition, for undisclosed terms.
Emap has acquired Automotive Group, the US publisher of auto-sport magazines, from General Media for £21m.
Emap has launched a £720m takeover bid for Petersen Companies, which will enable it to achieve its ambition of entering the US magazine market.
Emap is to acquire London-based Melody Radio for £25m, but will have to sell its Cardiff radio stations to comply with regulations on radio ownership.
Emap is acquiring medical magazines and exhibitions from Macmillan Magazines at a cost of £102m.
Emap has bought The Box, a cable TV music channel, from Video Jukebox Network and Ticketmaster of the US for £7.8m.