(ShareCast News) - Clean technology company Verditek announced on Monday that its 51% owned subsidiary Greenflex Energy - an Italian based manufacturing solar photovoltaic technology company - has won an initial trial contract with Media One - one of Italy's largest out of home advertising agencies ...
(ShareCast News) - Medical device company Creo Medical Group announced on Monday that it has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Speedboat RS2 device and the CROMA platform.
(ShareCast News) - Analysts at Goldman Sachs lowered their revenue forecasts for Paddy Power Betfair following the company's latest set of interims even as they touted the bookmaker's "strong" cash-generation ability.
(ShareCast News) - Shares in Shire fell on Monday as it said chief financial officer Jeff Poulton will leave the pharmaceuticals group at the end of the year to take up the same role at Boston-based start-up Indigo Ag.
(ShareCast News) - ECO Animal Health Group announced on Monday that it has received a marketing authorisation from the Drug Authority of the Ministry of Health of Egypt, for the use of Aivlosin 625 mg/g water soluble granules in chickens laying eggs for human consumption.
(ShareCast News) - Stocks are holding in the red but have come off their lows of the session despite renewed aggressive rhetoric out of North Korea as the US and South Korean militaries kicked-off their annual 10-day joint exercises.
(ShareCast News) - The board of Management Resources announced on Monday that Joe Clayton will cease to be a director and the chief executive officer of the company and all of its subsidiaries associated with immediate effect.
(ShareCast News) - Ultra high temperature gasification waste-to-hydrogen and waste-to-energy company PowerHouse Energy Group announced on Monday that, following the re-commissioning operation of the G3-UHt gasification unit as announced at the end of July, it completed its first extended technical t...
(ShareCast News) - UK households were a little less downbeat about their finances in August, according to the latest survey from IHS and Ipsos, although they continued to expect a deterioration over the next 12 months.
(ShareCast News) - The UK government has outlined its plans to combat pension scams in a consultation report on Monday as reports show that fraudsters had collected nearly £5m out of pensioners between January and May alone.
(ShareCast News) - China's largest manufacturer of sport utility vehicles and pick-ups, Great Wall Motor, has expressed interest in bidding for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the world's seventh-largest automaker.
(ShareCast News) - The UK's public deficit gets its monthly update on Tuesday, along with the CBI's industrial trends survey and results from the likes of BHP Billiton, Cairn Energy, Persimmon and Wood Group.
(ShareCast News) - Video game studio Frontier Developments announced its third major self-published video game, Jurassic World Evolution was slated for release in June 2018 and would be based on the popular Jurassic World universe.
(ShareCast News) - Energy regulator Ofgem told Britain's electricity distribution network operators on Monday that their revenue could be cut, following a review of how well they were dealing with new customers that request connections.
(ShareCast News) - Janet Yellen is not expected to get a second term as Federal Reserve chair, with Donald Trump's chief economic adviser Gary Cohn seen as the favourite to take over as head of the US central bank.
(ShareCast News) - Scisys said on Monday that its subsidiary, Annova Systems, has signed a strategic €0.8m contract with the German public broadcaster ARD-aktuell for a cross-media planning portal for its national prime news programmes.
(ShareCast News) - The preparedness of British businesses when it comes to the threat of cyber-attacks came under the spotlight on Monday, with a new government report suggesting two-thirds of bosses at the country's largest businesses are not even trained to deal with such a breach.
(ShareCast News) - Empyrean Energy confirmed the existence of four gas zones in the shallower parts of its Dempsey 1-15 well in Sacramento, California which the company believes will provide enough cash-flow to at least cover the costs of the well, as they had hoped for.
(ShareCast News) - Spectra Systems announced Monday it had seen strong trading in the year to date thanks to unexpectedly high sales of its phosphor products and a full year of stronger margins in its in-house manufacturing.
(ShareCast News) - Despite new guidelines issued on Friday by the Chinese cabinet to regulate overseas investment in certain sectors, Hainan based conglomerate HNA Group announced it had completed the acquisition of a 16.2% stake in airport retailer Dufry AG on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - UK house prices fell in August by the largest month-on-month rate this year, but still improved compared to last year and there continued to be a wide variance between the health of the housing market in different parts of the country
(ShareCast News) - London stocks were a touch weaker in early trade on Monday as investors remained cautious amid geopolitical tensions, although strength in the heavily-weighted mining sector helped to keep losses to a minimum.
(ShareCast News) - Rambler Metals reported softer revenues and profits over the latest three-month stretch when compared with a year ago, as development into the Lower Footwall Zone continued, although higher copper prices helped to staunch the flow of red ink.
(ShareCast News) - Stocks have started the morning lower, with aggressive rhetoric out of North Korea ahead of joint US-South Korea military exercises weighing on sentiment amid a sparse economic calendar at the start of the week.
(ShareCast News) - St Modwen Properties has completed the £470m sale of its interest in the 10-acre Nine Elms Square site in London to a subsidiary of Chinese giant Dalian Wanda, which has transferred ownership to an unnamed third party.
(ShareCast News) - Wood Group has been awarded a five-year, multimillion dollar contract by Phillips 66 to provide supplemental maintenance services and support for small capital construction projects and turnarounds to the Sweeny Refinery, approximately 65 miles southwest of Houston, it announced o...
(ShareCast News) - Investment manager Rathbone Brothers confirmed on Monday that it was in exclusive merger talks with financial services provider and corporate adviser Smith & Williamson, as the wave of consolidation continues in the wealth management sector.
(ShareCast News) - Britain could be subject to rulings by the European Court of Justice for years after the UK leaves the European Union, it has emerged. This week the Government will publish its blueprint for how Britain will treat rulings by the European Court of Justice, the EU's highest court, i...
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