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WWE SmackDown: Madcap Moss stretchered out of arena into ambulance after Happy Corbin’s brutal attack

WWE superstar Madcap Moss was stretchered out of the arena and loaded into an ambulance after a brutal attack on SmackDown. The rising star – who defeated Happy Corbin in a grudge match at WrestleMania Backlash – was talking to Kayla Braxton in the ring as they reflected on his big win and future goals, but things took a turn for the worse.

metro.co.uk ,  10 days ago 1
WWE SmackDown: Madcap Moss stretchered out of arena into ambulance after Happy Corbin’s brutal attack

Nats angered by Kapler's late aggression in Giants' 7-1 win

WASHINGTON (AP) — A six-run lead in the ninth inning wasn't enough for Giants manager Gabe Kapler, and the Nationals took exception. With two outs in the top of the ninth on Friday night and San Francisco ahead 7-1, the Giants' Thairo Estrada took off on an 0-1 pitch and Brandon Crawford blooped a single over Washington shortstop Alcides Escobar, who grabbed the ball and threw out Estrada at the plate.

msn.com ,  1 month ago 0
Nats angered by Kapler's late aggression in Giants' 7-1 win

Friday Five: the week's top news

This week's main hospitality news stories include Minor's plans for Corbin & King, Jonathan Ferguson wining the Roux Scholarship 2022, and foodservice price inflation hitting double digits. - Corbin & King's new owner, Minor International, is looking to open a second Wolseley restaurant in the City of London​​ under its plans to develop the group's estate.

bighospitality.co.uk ,  1 month ago 2
Friday Five: the week's top news

New Corbin & King owner appoints advisory board for its UK hospitality portfolio

Minor International, the new owner of restaurant group Corbin & King, has appointed an advisory board to guide plans for its UK business. The company said the board would oversee "strategic decisions" and help establish "continuity between the iconic portfolio of restaurants and hotels in the UK and [Minor's] investment and growth plans".

thecaterer.com ,  1 month ago 0
New Corbin & King owner appoints advisory board for its UK hospitality portfolio

“We’re not here to change the business model” - Minor on Corbin & King’s future

Rumours of mass expansion, and swathes of the industry publicly voicing their displeasure – the battle for Corbin & King has been ugly. But having acquired full control of the business, what are Minor International’s plans for the beloved restaurant group? On one of the shelves in the board room of the Corbin & King offices, located above its flagship restaurant The Wolseley in London’s Piccadilly, sits a large, framed photograph of the group’s co-founder Jeremy King receiving his OBE from the Queen in 2014.

bighospitality.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
“We’re not here to change the business model” - Minor on Corbin & King’s future

Minor considers second Wolseley under plans to develop Corbin & King estate

Corbin & King's new owner, Minor International, is looking to open a second Wolseley restaurant in the City of London under its plans to develop the group's estate. Speaking to BigHospitality​, Dillip Rajakarier, group CEO of Minor International, confirmed that the group, which acquired full control of the Corbin & King business last week​​, ousting co-founder Jeremy King in the process, will also be resuming work on pescatarian-focused restaurant Manzi's in Soho, with a view to opening it before the end of the year; with a third site in Notting Hill Gate also in development.

bighospitality.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Minor considers second Wolseley under plans to develop Corbin & King estate

Corbin & King: Celebrities rally as investors eat dining kings for breakfast

I t is Christmas Day, the one just past, and Brutto restaurateur Russell Norman is not with his family. Instead, he is leaning against the Wolseley making a call, while inside Pierre Koffmann, the three Michelin-starred titan who trained Marco Pierre White and Gordon Ramsay, sits in a gold paper hat with the last of the lunch’s wine.

standard.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Corbin & King: Celebrities rally as investors eat dining kings for breakfast

Hospitality sector policyholders dine out on Wolseley legal triumph

Jonathan Samuelson of Harris Balcombe LLP discusses the ramifications of the recent decision in Corbin & King Ltd v Axa, in which his firm represented the successful claimants. In a decision welcomed by many in the beleaguered hospitality sector, the restaurant group Corbin & King, which owns the well-known brands the Wolseley and the the Delaunay, achieved a resounding success in its claim against Axa for business interruption losses suffered as a result of Covid-19.

thecaterer.com ,  1 month ago 0
Hospitality sector policyholders dine out on Wolseley legal triumph

Industry reacts as Jeremy King loses battle over Corbin & King

Leading figures in the hospitality industry have described Jeremy King's failed attempt to take control of restaurant group Corbin & King as "terrible news". Shareholder Minor International seized the business in an auction on Friday (1 April) and King announced in a newsletter that he no longer held any equity in the company and assumed Minor will proceed to take control of the group's restaurants.

thecaterer.com ,  1 month ago 0
Industry reacts as Jeremy King loses battle over Corbin & King

Axa vows not to appeal ruling over Corbin & King’s £4.4m claim for Covid linked losses

Axa has said it will not appeal a Supreme Court ruling ordering it to pay out £4.36m to high end restaurateur Corbin & King, after the firm was forced to close its restaurants during the pandemic. The French insurer said it would not appeal the February decision after it initially refused to pay the restaurant owner’s multi-million-pound claim for loss of earnings due to Covid.

cityam.com ,  1 month ago 1
Axa vows not to appeal ruling over Corbin & King’s £4.4m claim for Covid linked losses

In bad taste: the bitter battle for control at leading London restaurants

The Observer’s critic heads for dinner at the Wolseley, the Corbin & King restaurant taken over last week by corporate giant Minor International, and laments the end of an era in hospitality Shortly after 4pm last Friday, dozens of staff at Brasserie Zédel, close by London’s Piccadilly Circus, gathered in the Crazy Coqs, the glorious art deco cabaret room opposite the restaurant.

theguardian.com ,  1 month ago 23
In bad taste: the bitter battle for control at leading London restaurants

Wrestlemania 2022 Night 1 Results, Updates, Live Review, And Surprises

Find out the winners and losers of the Wrestlemania 38 WWE PPV as it happens. There have already been some incredibly fun moments so far for Night 1 of WWE's Wrestlemania 38. The 2022 PPV already saw Logan Paul team up with The Miz, defeating Rey and Dominik Mysterio; however, The Miz hilariously turned on Paul right after the match ended.

gamespot.com ,  1 month ago 0
Wrestlemania 2022 Night 1 Results, Updates, Live Review, And Surprises

The last breakfast at Britain's most stylish restaurant

The Wolseley has long been the ultimate dining destination but its owners, Corbin & King, have lost control of their empire On Friday morning, The Wolseley looked and sounded just like it always has. Stepping over the threshold out of the spring sunshine on Piccadilly, through the big doors and the dark curtain, you entered a thrilling and glamorous world, just as you have since it opened in 2003.

telegraph.co.uk ,  1 month ago 4
The last breakfast at Britain's most stylish restaurant

The Wolseley co-founder Jeremy King LOSES control of his restaurant empire Corbin & King after Thai-based hotel giant won £60m auction for the group

Minor International taken control of renowned restaurant group Corbin & King The group are behind some of London's top restaurants including The Wolseley They also run The Delaunay in London's Covent Garden and Brasserie Zedel Restaurant group set up by Jeremy King and his business partner Chris Corbin But the founders are said to have fallen out with Minor over post-pandemic plans

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
The Wolseley co-founder Jeremy King LOSES control of his restaurant empire Corbin & King after Thai-based hotel giant won £60m auction for the group

Corbin & King founder loses ownership battle for restaurant group

Thai hotel group Minor International has won a bitter battle for control of Corbin & King, the restaurant group behind the Wolseley and Delaunay in London. The conclusion of the lengthy ownership saga means Jeremy King, who co-founded the renowned group with Chris Corbin, will hand over full control of the business.

barrheadnews.com ,  1 month ago 0
Corbin & King founder loses ownership battle for restaurant group

Restaurateur Jeremy King ousted from fine dining group Corbin & King

King helped launch many of London’s top restaurants including Wolseley and Le Caprice Jeremy King, the famed restaurateur behind the Wolseley and the Delaunay, has been ousted from the fine dining group he founded in 1981. King, who with his business partner Chris Corbin launched and ran many of London’s top restaurants including the Wolseley next to the Ritz on Piccadilly, the Delaunay on the Strand and Brasserie Zédel in Piccadilly, announced on Friday he had lost a battle to buy his venture, Corbin & King, out of administration.

theguardian.com ,  1 month ago 0
Restaurateur Jeremy King ousted from fine dining group Corbin & King

Corbin & King lose control of company behind The Wolseley

A late night auction for the restaurant group saw Thai investor Minor International emerge victorious with a reported £60m bid One of the UK’s most renowned restaurateurs has lost control of the group which owns after a late night auction which saw Thai investor Minor International emerge victorious.

telegraph.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Corbin & King lose control of company behind The Wolseley