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Rangers FC suspended after nominated adviser quits

Broker WH Ireland has resigned as nominated adviser (nomad) of cash-strapped Rangers International Football Club, leading to trading in the company being suspended with immediate effect just ahead of the club's extraordinary general meeting on Friday.
[Wed 16:19]

Premier African Minerals hires mining funding veteran

The hiring of mining veteran Michael Foster by AIM-listed Premier African Minerals has been hailed by analysts at Shore Capital.
[27 Feb '15]

Quindell drops after it asks shareholders to be patient with review

Insurance claims processor Quindell saw its shares slip on Friday after it asked its shareholders to be patient while it completes an independent review.
[27 Feb '15]

First Derivatives acquires Prelytix for 13m

Software group First Derivatives has completed the acquisition of US-based data analysts Prelytix for 13m.
[26 Feb '15]

Reach4entertainment in bank talks after warning on 2015 results

Theatrical and film marketing group Reach4entertainment (r4e) has warned that it has begun discussions with its bank and warned that results in 2015 will be lower than in 2014.
[26 Feb '15]

Caza Oil plunges after terminating Clayton Williams deal

Oil explorer Caza Oil and Gas said it has terminated its farm-out and exploration deal with Clayton Williams Energy Inc by mutual agreement.
[26 Feb '15]

Outsourcery soars on NHS contract win

Cloud service provider Outsorcery has won a contract to supply a cloud computing platform to Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
[26 Feb '15]

Monitise jumps on contract wins

Mobile banking software group Monitise shares jumped on Thursday, after the company won two major multi-year, "multi-million dollar" contract wins.
[26 Feb '15]

Digital Barriers tanks on warning of wider losses

Defence group Digital Barriers tanked on Thursday, after the company warned losses for the year would be wider than forecast.
[26 Feb '15]

Tungsten Corp moves to reassure investors

Electronic invoicing group Tungsten Corporation has reassured investors by saying it remained confident about its long term future.
[25 Feb '15]

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