Small Caps News
Live Company's newly acquired Lego brick building company, Bright Bricks, will contribute new displays to the Bricklive tour across the UK over the winter.
AIM-listed waste-to-plastic business Powerhouse Energy told investors on Thursday that it had been hard at work seeking out additional opportunities for its technology.
London-listed food and logistics group AfriAg Global has made its first investment into the medicinal cannabis sector.
Urban Exposure, the residential development finance and asset management company, has closed seven new development project loans in the past three months.
Tatton Investment Management enjoyed a 16% increase in the value of assets under its management in the six-months ended 30 September as the total amount reached £5. 7bn.
Imaginatik has secured more than $1. 5m worth of orders since the start of September and is close to appointing a nominated adviser to allow trading in its shares to resume.
Biomaterials manufacturer Collagen Solutions revealed on Thursday that chief executive Jamal Rushdy will be presenting at next month's Investival Showcase in London.
Italian-focused investment firm Clear Leisure told investors it had filed an appeal against the decision of the Ivrea Court to refuse assignment of 497,884 square metres of land owned by now-defunct outfit Mediapolis to the company.
Wandisco on Wednesday launched an enterprise replication software programme called LiveData for use across multiple cloud providers.
Seeing Machines appointed former Thales general manager Ryan Murphy to the role of chief operating officer on Wednesday.
Orphan drug company Amryt Pharma has reached agreement with France's Comité économique des produits de santé (CEPS) to reimburse ‘Lojuxta’ (lomitapide) for the treatment of adult patients with homozygous familial hypercholesterolaemia (HoFH) in France.
Mobile location data and intelligence company Location Sciences Group announced the signing of a 24-month contract with out-of-home planning and buying agency Talon Outdoor on Wednesday.
Fishing Republic updated the market on its new chief executive officer on Wednesday, confirming that Daniel Quinn would no longer be taking up the role.
Software company Scisys has announced plans to create a holding company incorporated in Ireland as part of its Brexit contingency plans.
Shares in Berkeley Energia are being pummeled following reports that the new government in Madrid may be opposed to its plans in the country.
Tristel’s shares dipped on Wednesday as revenue growth was at the lower end of the target range and said it had warned customers about potential supply chain disruption from Brexit.
Speciality pharmaceutical company Diurnal has put all development activities for its modified release hydrocortisone product on hold after it failed to meet its primary endpoint in a recent phase-three European trial.
Tech solutions outfit Accesso has partnered with Groupon to provide new capabilities for its clients.
Revenue growth and expectations that it would exceed the analyst consensus in the second half of the financial year boosted Solid State’s shares on Wednesday morning.
Vanadium producer Bushveld Minerals is aiming to kick off a series of detailed conversations regarding a finance package for its Imaloto coal-fired power station project once it has wrapped a bankable feasibility study on the site.