Wasps rugby club launches bond issue

Vehicle aims to raise £35m from individual investors

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Flash crash: Lone trader seen as ‘genius’

The arrest of Navinder Singh Sarao raises fresh concern over market regulation

BrewDog launches record £25m crowdfunding

Craft brewer seeks financing for expansion scheme

HSS upbeat despite £8.5m loss for 2014

Tool hire company falls into the red as exceptional costs bite

Audioboom sets new subscriber record

Best ever month follows content deal with comedian Russell Brand

Investors bet on risky biotech start-ups

Silence Therapeutics wins backing from the brave

Daniel Stewart warns of Aim delisting

Broker scrambles for nomad replacement for Westhouse

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Old Mutual’s mixed bag needs a tidy-up

South Africa-focused group should demerge or sell its UK wealth management business

An unlikely 62-year-old technology hero

‘Wallingford inventor’ Norman Shaw merits his success, writes Jonathan Margolis

Tech office needs challenge landlords

Demand rises for shorter leases and flexible space

City grandee takes on social housing

John Gildersleeve aiming to help get people on property ladder

UK business body cautious on outlook

British Chambers of Commerce survey says recovery unbalanced

Johnston Press shows life in local papers

Scottish publisher says digital tipping point has been reached

Stanley Gibbons warns on profits

Collectibles group seeks to reduce reliance on sale of high-value items

Yoox bags Net-a-Porter in merger plan

Combined company will have €1.3bn in sales

Japan and Europe growth boosts Compass

World’s biggest caterer expects 5.5% revenue increase

Start-ups soar despite tech bubble fears

Study finds big rise in telecom, food, drug and property ventures

Capital idea from the bespoke past

Two milliners want to reivive the City’s flair for headwear

Lightbulb moment as graphene goes live

Coating of material on light filament cuts energy use by 10%

Moulton-backed RedX Pharma to list on Aim

UK life science industry shows sign of life beyond southeast

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