Small-cap Week, April 25

Shoe Zone warns on lower average selling prices

Serco loses hospital sterilising contract

Blood and tissue found on allegedly ‘clean’ equipment

HSS upbeat despite £8.5m loss for 2014

Tool hire company falls into the red as exceptional costs bite

G4S scales back quarterly reports

Several companies cut trading updates following rule change

Solving productivity puzzle is key to government finances

Output per worker has stalled since 2008 crisis

G4S chief receives 73% pay rise

Outsourcer returned to profit after scandals

Deloitte fine over MG Rover dealings cut

Fine reduced to £3m, but firm and former partner reprimanded

Tech to gauge performance can fall short

Productivity trackers are helpful but they cannot tell the whole story, writes Herminia Ibarra

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 11

Dimon warns on rules; Mylan targets Perrigo; FedEx and more

Portrait of Helge Lund.

BG’s Lund joins the footnote guys

The contrasting fates of chief executives of Shell and UK gas group

Atkins warns on election spending delays

London Olympic Park engineer expects period of disruption around UK vote

Training for barristers may be broken up

Less well-off students deterred by financial risk of current system

Quindell forgets to mention sale of units

Slater & Gordon deal also includes two technology arms

Outsourcer Mitie warns on profits

Groups find home care budgets tighter than expected

Japan and Europe growth boosts Compass

World’s biggest caterer expects 5.5% revenue increase

China industrialist criticises US over visas

Pirelli’s new controlling shareholder missing out on deals

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AA to raise £935m to cut interest costs

Roadside assistance group unveils refinancing and IT investment

Buyout groups to cut Accor stake

Eurazeo and Colony Capital have long-term holding in hotel group

Company cash piles escape Osborne’s gaze

At the start of March, FTSE 350 non-financials held £139.5bn cash


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