Lok’n Store, Turbo Power Systems and Coms featured, while a profit warning from Albemarle & Bond sees its shares tumble
Splitting News Corporation may mark a major defeat for Rupert Murdoch, but the media chief has managed to find a $3.7m silver lining in the situation.
Businesses are more confident in themselves now than they were before the start of the financial crisis, Sir Martin Sorrell, the boss of WPP, has claimed.
WPP, the world's largest advertising company, reported better-than-expected first quarter revenue growth, driven by developing markets, a robust performance in the UK and digital.
Google Trends, a tool that looks at patterns of searches on the Internet, is a potential money-spinner for investors as it provides hints of impending stock movements, a study has revealed.
Harry Potter's magic spell helps Warner Bros contribute more than £1bn a year to the British economy, a new report has claimed, as the Hollywood film giant prepared to welcome the Royal Family to its UK studios.
US group has not formally retained advisers nor has it made an offer but it is facing mounting pressure in the country to negotiate a deal
Vodafone and Verizon have edged a step closer to one of the biggest deals in history, as the American telecoms giant hired advisers to prepare a $100bn (£66bn) takeover bid for their Verizon Wireless joint venture.
Dutch telecoms group announces that the shares in its planned €3bn rights issue will be sold at a steep discount to the current share price
Google's rivals have begun to weigh in on the detail of concessions it has offered to European competition watchdogs, as the search engine aims to avoid costly litigation.
Amazon is planning to introduce a set-top box to make it easier for customers to stream video to their television.
Verizon has hired advisers to look at a possible $100bn (£66bn) cash and paper bid to take control of Verizon Wireless from Vodafone.
Majority stake owned by Vivendi expected to raise more than €6bn in two-horse race between Emirates and Qatari telecoms groups
Telecoms group expects price of mobile services to continue to fall between 12 and 13 per cent this year as customers move to lower-priced tariffs
Chief executive hails ‘a good start’ to the year as revenue gains in the Sprint business offset declines in Nextel operations, which are being closed
UK group begins tender for operator in renewed drive into sector, setting up a potential reunion with O2, the mobile provider it spun off 12 years ago
Winner of charity auction can sit down with Apple chief for an hour at company's headquarters in California.