Small-cap Week, August 1

Xchanging, Stadium, Kromek, and Clipper featured

DHL braced for home turf fight with FedEx

US group’s acquisition of Dutch company should strengthen its delivery network in Europe

Small-cap Week, July 25

Fenner, Staffline, Tungsten, and Flybe featured

Banking gods in a mood to free up staff

New guard has different ideas on how to deal with bankers

Pisa, Italy - June 3, 2012: two Italian Mail postboxes found in Via Santa Maria in Pisa, Tuscany. They are covered with stickers. The yellow sticker is the official one indicating the collection times; other unofficial stickers (art groups, clubs, etc) appear too. Scan from FUJICHROME PROVIA 100F Professional
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Italy to float 40% of Poste Italiane

Starting gun fired on long-awaited postal privatisation

Carillion expects return to growth

Group says ending of Iran sanctions creates opportunities

Weak euro holds back Michael Page

UK business notches up strongest growth in spite of election lull

Gender pay transparency would boost City

Business will gain if more talented women get to the top

Smiths names Reynolds Smith as new chief

FTSE 100 engineering conglomerate under fire over limp revenues

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Speedy Hire plummets on profit warning

Shares drop 32% as tool hire group announces departure of CEO

Serco’s Soames says group in ‘good order’

Outsourcer points to £1bn in contract wins after torrid two years

HSS shares fall on profit warning

Tool rental group says second quarter ‘below expectations’w

Royal Mail needs to modernise, post haste

UK legacy operator lags behind rivals in crucial parcels business

FedEx amends rules to keep Smith at helm

US delivery company’s quarterly earnings miss analysts’ forecasts

US law firms beat British peers on pay

Rebound in deal work sees global firms increase salaries

Ofcom review merits Greene ink

Writing is on the wall for regulatory light touch over Royal Mail

G4S board perceived as worst performing in UK

Survey of FTSE 100 companies finds opinions of corporate governance can be misleading

Omers and AIMCo in $1.7bn ERM deal

Canadian pension funds buy risk consultancy from Charterhouse

Firms’ ‘posh test’ imposes class ceiling

Working-class applicants locked out of elite jobs, report warns

Tough breaks mount up for Tungsten

Plan to disrupt banking has not run smooth for digital invoicer

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