General Finance

Can axing stores really revive Homebase?

Can axing stores really revive Homebase?

Argos and Homebase-owner Home Retail wants to shut a quarter of its stores much quicker than first planned.

Apple iPhone 6 is boon for Laird

Apple iPhone 6 is boon for Laird

Laird kept up its impressive growth rate during the third quarter as electronics giants snapped up the company's electromagnetic interference shielding materials.

Bank boss takes over SuperGroup

Bank boss takes over SuperGroup

Euan Sutherland, briefly boss of the Co-op bank, has replaced founder Julian Dunkerton as head of SuperGroup.

Plus500 profits from market panic

Plus500 profits from market panic

A typically volatile October is the perfect start to the final three months of 2014 for PLus500.

Playtech promises much more

Playtech promises much more

If Playtech continues to beat forecasts like it says it will, the internet gambling technology firm could re-rate.

Why Fitbug Holdings just rocketed 367%

Why Fitbug Holdings just rocketed 367%

Unless you're a keep-fit fanatic, it's unlikely you will have heard of wearable devices firm Fitbug Holdings.

AbbVie officially pulls Shire offer

AbbVie officially pulls Shire offer

UK pharmaceutical company Shire's merger with AbbVie was officially terminated on Tuesday.

ARM must find support or face slump

ARM must find support or face slump

Disappointing third-quarter revenue and royalty guidance sent shares in ARM Holdings to their lowest point since last summer.

GKN fight-back set to continue

GKN fight-back set to continue

Both of GKN's core divisions are doing well, and the dramatic de-rating looks overdone.

Can ASOS justify the price tag?

Can ASOS justify the price tag?

A trading update by ASOS has pleased one broker, describing the online fashion retailer as a "standout proposition".

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