Sugru raises £1m to expand into US


Fundraising via Crowdcube will give valuation of £25m


Fastjet looks south for African expansion

Tanzanian-based budget carrier regroups after turbulent first three years

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Seenit: collecting crowdsourced video

London start-up helps brands get public content

Cranswick: no beef with these numbers

Maker of high-end sausages posts meaty returns over the past decade


Circassia lauds life-science investment

Invesco and Neil Woodford back anti-allergy specialist’s offering

Burmese social network eyes Aim float

MySQUAR hopes to cash in on Myanmar’s economic revival

British Columbia - logging truck north of Rosewood Cedar Valley

Reckitt causes carbon offset upset

Canadians say UK group is buying too much farmland for forestry

Equine Affinity workshop in Kent. Emma Jacobs takes part in an Equine Affinity workshop at Bedgebury Park, Kent. Picture shows Catherine Bray, Equine Affinity Specialist, with Belle. PHOTOGRAPH BY DANIEL JONES 2015 07815 853503
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Horses for courses to gee up interactions

An equine away day promises insights into behaviour at work

Flare boom nozzle and fire on offshore oil rig

B&B owner cuts risk of New World takeover

Pensioner who unwittingly invested in oil and gas group reduces stake

Afren employees at the Ebok Field Development, located offshore Nigeria

Afren warns it will miss interest payment

Oil and gas group seeks restructuring deal with lenders

Pru and Woodford aid rural broadband push

Network builder Gigaclear to double size of business

Small-cap Week, May 9

New World Oil, ScS, Tissue Regenix, and Verseon and Tiziana

Start-up succeeds with green compressor

Lontra waste treatment trial shows energy savings of 20%

Curtis Banks votes for polling day IPO

Pensions provider defies election uncertainty with listing on Aim

Executive pay seen to be less contentious

Other issues include raising capital without asking shareholders

Nostalgia for patterns revives Walker Greenbank

UK mills roll out wallpaper for big names in home decor

Daniel Stewart’s shares suspended again

City stockbroker hopes to have bar lifted within a week

High pay, but a more transparent market

Why should chief executives be paid less than footballers or rock stars

Blur Group has not always been a hit

Analysts question company’s ability to hit aspirations

Wasps rugby club launches bond issue

Vehicle aims to raise £35m from individual investors


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