Articles about Duncan Mcintyre

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Duncan McIntyre severs ties with Morse

Duncan McIntyre no longer works at Morse, the reseller he ran for 10 years until July 2007. That was when Morse demerged the sexier bit of the group, Monitise plc. McIntyre jumped on board Monitise as executive chairman, but retained a seat on Morse's board until last week, when he handed in his resignation. And how's this for …
Team Register, 13 Aug 2008
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Morse boardroom shuffle detailed

Morse has updated the Stock Exchange on the results of its restructure - announced when the company published its preliminary results. The group's activities will be divided into two businesses - Core Morse and Monitise - overseen by a holding company. The group board will be headed up by non-exec chairman Richard Lapthorne. …
John Oates, 28 Sep 2006
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Morse demerges from Monetise

Morse's board has voted to demerge the company from Monitise, a division of the group which develops mobile banking and payments solutions. Monitise, which was founded four years ago, will be listed on AIM. Morse says the decision was taken because the two businesses operate separately anyway, and have "distinct …
Lucy Sherriff, 24 Apr 2007
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Morse will dash for AIM under new CEO

Morse has shaken up things at the top with a number of board changes including the appointment of Kevin Alcock as its new chief executive. He will take on the role with immediate effect, replacing Duncan McIntyre who will become executive deputy chairman at the professional services firm. Alcock had previously been chief …
Kelly Fiveash, 28 Jun 2007
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Morse all smiles despite turnover slide

Despite a fall in turnover and profits, Morse says it is pleased with its financial results for the six months ending 31 December, the first since the group split into two six months ago. The company saw group turnover fall to £132.2m, against £187.4m for the same period a year earlier. Profit, before tax, was also down at £3. …
Lucy Sherriff, 02 Mar 2007
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Value added reselling is dead - Morse chief

Value added reselling based on computer hardware "is dead", according to Duncan McIntyre, CEO of Morse Group, the corporate reseller. In a webcast yesterday accompanying full year results, Mcintyre said that commoditisation of computer hardware was a permanent fixture. But he sees “significant opportunities” in his own business …
Team Register, 01 Sep 2005
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Morse shares tumble on channel exposure

Shares in UK IT services group Morse took a tumble yesterday, after the company warned that conditions in the hardware reselling business would continue to be tough. In a sales update the company reported flat revenues of £96m for the quarter (Q3) ending 31 March, and its announcement that it would take "radical action" to …
Lucy Sherriff, 15 Apr 2005
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Morse: UK sales under pressure

Trading in the UK remains "challenging and competitive", Morse says. Shares fell 10 per cent yesterday on a Q2 sales update, in which the mid-range reseller revealed that hardware revenues and margins were under fire. However, smaller country operations in Spain and France, continue to perfom well. And Germany and France have …
Drew Cullen, 20 Jan 2005
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Morse profits leap like a salmon

Morse Holdings today reported a 60 per cent leap in profit for the year ended 30 June 1999 in its maiden preliminary results. The Sun/HP systems integrator posted pre-tax profit of £18.9 million, compared with £11.8 million for the previous year. Sales jumped 31 per cent to £283.9 million, against last year's £216.1 million. …
Linda Harrison, 09 Sep 1999

It's a long way from Cupertino to Roswell, but we'll get there

For those of you who may have missed it, a Cupertino-based company called Apple launched a mobile phone in the US last Friday and sold an awful lot of them over the weekend. It would be hard to miss the iPhone, of course, because it seemed not a single story about mobile phones has gone by without a reference to it - at last …
Billy MacInnes, 05 Jul 2007