Small-cap Week, August 23

Asos, Office2Office, Rangers and Greencoat featured

Digital disruption hits bricks and mortar

Property portals Rightmove and Zoopla hand control to homeowners

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DFS buys smaller furniture chain Dwell

Purchase targets ‘younger, more urban consumers’

Emperors above the rules must be reined in

Most directors would expect 90-plus per cent support of voters

Small-cap week, August 15

Featuring President, Huntsworth, Fyffes, African Minerals, XLMedia, Ladbrokes, Bet365, Graphene Nanochem and Aqua Bounty

London emerging as crowdfunding capital

City takes lead in online revenue raising campaigns, research finds

Daisy Group in talks to go private

Bid consortium offers 190p a share for telecoms services provider

Funding boost peps up coffee start-up

Pact delivers type of drink served in specialist London cafés

Niche developers shake up UK housing market

Small builders rethink British home shortage

Scottish start-ups wary of speaking out

Tight-knit community worried about entering independence debate

Rio Tinto: Ironback gorilla

Volume as well as cost savings matter for miner’s returns

Novel events help bookshops survive

Investors rotate from small to large caps

Sector trails larger counterparts by widest margin in five years

Shortage of engineers threatens UK growth

Skills gap poses threat to business, say 60% of employers

C. Hoare poaches clients from big banks

‘Boring’ private group capitalises on mistrust of larger rivals

Small-cap Week, July 26

Featuring: Bagir; Energy Assets; Plus500; Ruspetro; Boohoo; Oilex; and Hume Capital

Unipart Automotive goes into administration

Car parts supplier fails weeks after securing rescue deal

BSkyB takes stake in ‘Bake Off’ producer

Pay-TV operator buys 70% of Love Productions

City wakes up to value in UK engineering

Shares in small engineers put on a growth spurt

Huawei backs British tech company XMOS

Group to grow operations and invest in UK university research

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