Lambert Smith Hampton
The commercial property consultancy has appointed Kenneth Hogg as a director in its London valuation team. He has 24 years’ experience in commercial property, and joins from Davis Coffer Lyons.
Manchester United’s share price plummeted by over nine per cent on the US stock exchange this morning, after Edward Glazer put 3m of his shares up for sale and the club confirmed further spending on players in the “near term”.
More than 140 MPs have withdrawn their support for a mediation scheme set up by the Post Office, following an influx of complaints that the mail service unfairly blamed sub-postmasters for losing hundreds of thousands of pounds of company money.
Accountants and business advisors PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) came under fire from MPs yesterday during a parliamentary hearing.
The hearing followed the leak of hundreds of Luxembourg tax rulings at the beginning of November.
Oil giant BP had its legal challenge of a settlement deal over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill turned down by the US Supreme Court yesterday.
The company’s share price dropped by 1.7 per cent to 417.3p after the ruling.
OIL AND gas company ConocoPhillips has slashed its investment plans for 2015 as oil prices continue to edge downward.
The company’s share price had dropped by four per cent by late last night to $65.03.
Gold firm Petropavlovsk saw its share price slashed by almost 30 per cent yesterday, after announcing that chairman Peter Hambro is to lead a $235m (£150m) rights issue in order to refinance around 62 per cent of the company’s bonds.
Jobs numbers are set for an early-2015 boost with Britain’s largest companies leading the way, new survey data shows.
The survey results published by consultancy ManpowerGroup today show buoyant employment intentions.
Matchmaking company Cupid cut its ties with online dating yesterday after the group sold its final three websites Cupid, UniformDating and LoveBeginsAt for £3m, and announced it would pivot its business to become an £18m investment company.
FOUR founders of leading Indian business consulting and information technology business Infosys have sold $1.1bn (£704m) worth of shares, news of which knocked the company’s shares 4.9 per cent yesterday.