Shares in Crossword Cybersecurity fell on Monday as it reported a deepened interim loss, with higher costs more than outweighing revenue growth.
Communications and radio frequency solutions provider MTI Wireless Edge announced on Monday that its antenna division has received an order valued at around $1m (£0. 8m).
Specialist industrial and logistics investor Urban Logistics REIT announced on Monday that it has exchanged contracts to acquire a portfolio of six parcel distribution depots from Connect Group for a total consideration of £9. 9m before purchaser costs, at a 7. 04% net initial yield.
Cloud-based cybersecurity technology vendor Osirium Technologies announced a “significant” contract win with an unnamed “major” UK provider of software and IT services to the public sector on Monday.
Exploration firm Power Metal Resources has uncovered "large scale" nickel sulphide targets across its Tanzanian and Botswana assets.
Australia’s Seeing Machines has forecast further growth in 2020 after full-year revenues jumped.
First Quantum Minerals said on Monday that it is not engaged in discussions regarding a takeover bid but is in talks about a potential sale of a minority interest in its Zambian copper assets.
Shares in Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals jumped on Monday after the drug company reported positive results for a key Phase 3 clinical trial.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread said on Monday that it has bought three hotels in Germany for an undisclosed sum.
Keystone Law Group on Monday reported double-digit profit and revenue growth after a period of strong recruitment.
Investors in WeWork are agitating for founder Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive, according to reports.
In light of Thomas Cook's collapse, a trading update from holiday firm TUI will be the main highlight on the corporate front on Tuesday, while the German Ifo will also be closely watched following the release of weak manufacturing data.
The owners of Brighton’s 120-year old Palace Pier said on Monday that the current year had got off to a sunny start thanks to record weather over the August bank holiday.
Instem on Monday reported a jump in interim profits after booking double-digit revenue growth on the back of higher outsourced services and software as a service (SaaS) orders.
Sports Direct waded back into the takeover market on Monday with a discounted £4m cash offer to buy out scandal-hit Goals Soccer Centres.
High Street retailer Marks & Spencer on Monday said chief financial officer Humphrey Singer had decided to leave the company after only 14 months in the job.
Marketing group XLMedia warned on Monday that full-year earnings and revenues would be lower than expected as first-half results were hit by gambling regulations and increased corporate costs.
Iofina on Monday reported a narrowing of its interim losses as revenue increased on the back of growth in sales volumes and higher iodine prices.
Travel operator Thomas Cook finally collapsed on Monday as last-minute talks to save the industry giant failed, leaving 600,000 holidaymakers stranded around the world and putting 22,000 global jobs at risk.
Aviation services provider Gama Aviation saw revenues soar during the first six months of the year, helping it to narrow pre-tax losses for the period.