General Finance

BT to buy O2 or EE

BT to buy O2 or EE

BT may speed up its widely-anticipated return to the mobile market after admitting it's in talks to spend billions on one of two UK mobile network operators.

Upgrade for Solid State may not be the last

Upgrade for Solid State may not be the last

Solid State almost tripled first-half profit and earnings are tipped to grow by another two-thirds next year. But even that could prove conservative.

Accident prone Petrofac plunges

Accident prone Petrofac plunges

Weak oil prices have claimed a victim in services firm Petrofac. Bosses will be praying for an output cut at this week's OPEC meeting.

AIM minnow Ilika achieves symbolic milestone

AIM minnow Ilika achieves symbolic milestone

A new production line is causing quite a stir at Ilika, suggesting license agreements for its super-efficient solid state batteries are likely next year.

7digital shares could double

7digital shares could double

7digital is on a roll, and another two high-profile contracts underpin both revenue estimates and the City's bullish forecasts.

Dart still gaining altitude

Dart still gaining altitude

Dart Group has been quick to facilitate a turnaround following a summertime profits warning, and a recent rally is gathering momentum.

Impressive Babcock looks good value

Impressive Babcock looks good value

Its shares have been in retreat since the spring, but a strong set of interim figures suggest the balance is tipping back in Babcock's favour.

Plant Impact demonstrates rapid growth

Plant Impact demonstrates rapid growth

The City is clearly confident, and Plant Impact shares have almost tripled from 12.6p in January.

Why Outsourcery just surged by 89%

Why Outsourcery just surged by 89%

Having just secured inclusion on the Microsoft Cloud programme, Outsourcery's shares have rocketed.

Quindell denies stake sale

Quindell denies stake sale

Struggling insurance outsourcer Quindell is not selling its stake in Nationwide Accident Repair Services.

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