Rolls Royce Holdings

Aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce powers both military and civil aircraft and is a big supplier of power generating turbines to the marine and energy markets. The company, once famous for its prestige motor cars, sold the car business to Vickers in 1980, but retained the rights to the brand name. These rights were transferred to Germany’s Volkswagen in 1998 and then passed on to BMW in 2003.

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Rolls Royce has won a contract worth more than $50m (£30m) to support the US Marines Corps fleet of KC-130J

March 31, 2014

AEROSPACE and defence giant Rolls-Royce yesterday outlined a new strengthened ethics policy, as it awaits the outcome of a fraud

March 5, 2014

Rolls Royce has said this morning that it’s won a $90m (£54m) production contract for engines to power MV-22 aircraft

February 24, 2014

ROLLS-ROYCE said its profits fell more than a third in the last year, and warned there will be no growth

February 13, 2014
Law firms have called for reform of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) today after three former Barclays executives were cleared of financial crisis-era fraud to save the bank.

TWO MEN were arrested yesterday after the Serious Fraud Office co-ordinated raids across London as part of its investigation into

February 12, 2014

TWO of Britain’s luxury car brands enjoyed unprecedented global sales last year, driven by booming demand in the Middle East

January 8, 2014

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