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Integumen announced on Tuesday that its subsidiary Labskin has signed a memorandum of understanding with Innocare Group.
Franchised motor retailer Cambria Automobiles announced the acquisition of one Aston Martin franchise and one Rolls-Royce Motor Cars franchise in Edinburgh on Tuesday, from the administrator of Leven Cars Group.
Advanced surface coating technology company Hardide has conditionally raised £2. 5m before expenses by way of a placing, it announced on Tuesday.
Training and support provider Pennant International Group has exchanged contracts to acquire Australia-based Absolute Data Group (ADG), it announced on Tuesday.
Advanced aerospace composite supplier Velocity Composites has received approval from Boeing to supply structural composite material kits for its single aisle narrowbody jet platform, it announced on Tuesday.
The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) published its update on Network Rail’s impact on passenger train service performance on Tuesday, issuing a warning to the state-owned infrastructure operator for its poor service in the North West and Central region of England.
Markets in Asia were mostly in the red on Tuesday, led lower by stocks in Hong Kong, after Moody’s cut its rating on the city.
Roche announced on Tuesday that the European Commission has granted conditional marketing authorisation for ‘Polivy’ (polatuzumab vedotin), in combination with bendamustine plus ‘MabThera’ (rituximab), for the treatment of adult patients with relapsed or refractory diffuse large B-cell lymphoma who were not candidates for a haematopoietic stem cell transplant.
Digital learning and talent management technology provider Learning Technologies Group updated the market on its trading for 2019 on Tuesday, saying it was expecting group revenues to be up around 38% to £130m.
Marketing automation and customer engagement software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider Dotdigital Group updated the market on its first half on Tuesday, reporting a 15% improvement in organic revenue from continuing operations to £23. 1m, driven primarily by “strong direct sales” to new and existing customers.
Housing sector support services provider Mears Group updated the market on the year ended 31 December on Tuesday, reporting that it is at “an advanced stage” in the sale and exit from its standalone domiciliary care operations.
Travel food and beverage operator SSP updated the market on its first quarter of trading on Wednesday, reporting a “good start” to the new financial year, with further encouraging progress on its strategic initiatives and unchanged profit expectations for the full year.
TalkTalk Telecom Group has agreed to sell its fibre assets, being FibreNation and its shareholding in Bolt Pro Tem, to CityFibre for £200m in cash, it announced on Tuesday, conditional on shareholder approval.
BP announced on Tuesday that its chief financial officer Brian Gilvary has decided to retire from the company and step down from its board on 30 June, having had a 34-year career with the company, including more than eight years as CFO.
London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open 34 points lower on Tuesday, having closed down 0. 3% at 7,651. 44 on Monday.
Residential property developer Trafalgar Property Group has exercised its options over land in Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead, Surrey, it announced on Monday.
Hutchison China MediTech, trading as Chi-Med, announced on Friday that the independent data monitoring committee of the phase 3 pivotal study of surufatinib in advanced neuroendocrine tumours - pancreatic (SANET-p) has completed a pre-planned interim analysis.
Egdon Resources updated the market on the exclusivity agreement over licences P1929 and P2304 with a “large, internationally recognised” exploration and production company on Monday, which it previously announced on 4 November.
Intellectual property investment company Tekcapital announced on Monday that its portfolio company Lucyd, the smartglass developer and operator of an e-shop for tech eyewear, was launching its third line of ‘Lucyd Loud Bluetooth’ glasses on 27 January.
Financial management software provider Aptitude Software updated the market on the year ended 31 December on Monday, reporting that it made “good progress” in 2019, and expected to report results in line with the board's expectations.