Aim-listed Earthport, the payment network for cross-border transactions, anticipates that revenues are expected to be 10%-15% below current expectations for the financial year ending 30 June 2018.
The owner of the crisp brand Tyrrells is close to being taken over by candy firm Hershey in a £1.2bn deal, according to a report from CNBC.
Software Quality Systems has recommended to shareholders an offer made by Assystem Technologies (Bidco) for the entire issued and to be issued share capital of SQS.
Telit Communications expects to report continuing year-on-year revenue growth in the financial year to end of December and adjusted EBITDA to be in line with previous guidance.
So where was the clever money made in 2017? With little attraction for sitting in cash, investors have had to be flexible in where they place their money for a decent return – as well as try to balance risk and rewards.
Savannah Resources, the AIM quoted resource development company, has announced positive results from its drill programme at the Mina do Barroso Lithium Project in Portugal.
Saudi Aramco, the Saudi Arabian oil company, has signed agreements with foreign and local companies worth at least £8bn.
Infrastructure giant Carillion is to offload the bulk of its healthcare division to Serco for £47.7m.
Investors should expect increased growth in IPOs in 2018 after the market returns to pre-crisis level highs in 2017.
Purplebricks Group, the AIM-listed hybrid estate agent group reports revenue up 150% to £46.8m for the six months to the end of October.
Google is to open an artificial intelligence (AI) research centre in China to target the country’s local talent, Reuters reports.
Trust in businesses to behave ethically recovers (slightly), according to survey from the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE).
UK Inflation rose to 3.1% in November, the highest in nearly six years, as the squeeze on household budgets continued.
Investors and audit committees would like auditors to go further in their communications, ensuring audits focused on most valuable information to investors
Coats Group, the industrial thread manufacturer, has announced the acquisition of US business Patrick Yarn Mill.