In our article dated 28 September 2015 entitled "High Court judge deciding future of Stone Computers - Will someone please think of the customers", we incorrectly reported that “The future of Stone Computers will be decided by a High Court judge who could rule to place the entire group of companies into administration”. This was incorrect. Stone Computers Limited (SCL) is not in any form of insolvency process and is not the subject of any application to Court. SCL is a separate legal entity, which is not insolvent under any of the definitions within the Insolvency Act 1986. As such, any decision of the Court in relation to Stone Bidco Limited (in Administration) will not affect SCL or its trading position. We regret any confusion caused by our previous inaccuracy.
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