British computer firm Tiny axes more than 1,500 Jobs
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Granville Technology Group, who own brands such as TIME Computers and Tiny are to axe around 1,500 jobs just after the company went into administration.
The company has already closed down all their 78 retail stores around the United Kingdom.
It had emerged that all the group's directors, except its part-time chairman, have also resigned.
Formerly known as the Time Group, it had been producing around 500,000 PCs a year.
Its customers included businesses, schools and private individuals, and its products have been household names for several years.
- "Tiny PCs goes into administration" — , July 27, 2005
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