Lighthouse Group on Wednesday agreed the renewal of its contract with the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL), as the preferred provider of expert financial advice to the association's members.
NAHL Group on Wednesday reported modestly lower earnings in parts of its personal injury business, though its performance was still expected to meet its expectations for the first half of the year.
The chief executive officer of Mr Kipling and Bisto owner Premier Foods survived an attempt to oust him on Wednesday, as the company posted a rise in first-quarter total group sales and said expectations for the year remain unchanged.
Healthcare IP commercialisation firm NetScientific on Wednesday announced that portfolio company Wanda has completed a major enhancement of its patient management platform.
Xeros Technology on Wednesday signed a licensing contract with Jiangsu SeaLion Technology Development, a subsidiary of Chinese washing machine manufacturer Jiangsu SeaLion Machinery.
Quadrise Fuels International has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Freepoint Commodities, it announced on Wednesday.
Novel immunotherapies developer Scancell Holdings has exercised its option to a worldwide commercial licence for the use of Ichor Medical Systems' proprietary ‘TriGrid 2. 0’ electroporation delivery system with SCIB1 - Scancell's ‘ImmunoBody’ vaccine for the treatment of melanoma - it announced on Wednesday.
Oxford BioMedica could get a bumper royalty payment from Novartis after solid sales of Kymriah drug in the second quarter.
Strix Group on Wednesday reported that strong sales of new ranges in the first half of 2018 saw the company remain on track to achieve results in line with market expectations for the full year.
DX Group on Wednesday reported that its turnaround is “progressing steadily” as its freight and express divisions delivered in line with expectations in the second half.
Lamprell maintained its revenue guidance for the year on Wednesday and said it continues to expect no revenue growth until 2019.
Independent geotechnical solutions specialist Keller Group on Wednesday appointed James Hind, current group finance director, to succeed John Rubright as divisional president for North America.
MPAC Group shares plummeted more than 30% on Wednesday after the company said its closing order book for the year was now forecast to come in approximately £1. 2m below expectations.
British chocolatier Hotel Chocolat posted a jump in revenue on Wednesday and said its new range of chilled drinks have been a hit in the recent hot weather.
Silence Therapeutics has appointed Dr David Horn Solomon to its board to take on the role of chief executive, effective immediately.
Development and production focused oil and gas firm Independent Oil & Gas saw its shares rise on Tuesday as it works to confirm the integrity of the Thames Pipeline.
Mosman Oil & Gas on Tuesday reported it had boosted production by 28% in the six months to June compared to the previous six-month period.
Cloud-based software business CloudCall witnessed "robust trading and growth" in the first half as total and recurring revenues both improved year-on-year, although the rate of user and revenue growth slowed.
Connected healthcare software and services provider EMIS Group updated the market for the six months ended 30 June on Tuesday, reporting that trading for the half year had been in line with the board's expectations, with revenue ahead of the comparative period as the group continued to benefit from strong market shares, high levels of recurring revenue and good visibility in its order books and pipelines.
International specialist staffing group Empresaria announced the acquisition of a 60% interest in Grupo Solimano on Tuesday, which it described as an established provider of outsourced and temporary staffing services in Peru.