Airtel Africa has set its sights on a £3.6 billion valuation as it pushes ahead with plans to float on the London Stock Exchange.
Shares in recruitment group Staffline have slumped after the firm said it would scrap its dividend and was looking into raising £37 million to cut its debt.
Construction firm Kier Group is to cut 1,200 jobs as part of its plans to simplify the business and save on costs.
Huawei’s founder has likened his company to a badly damaged plane, and said revenues will be 30 billion US dollars (£24 billion) less than forecast over the next two years.
Forfar textiles firm Don & Low has told hundreds of employees their jobs are at risk in a devastating blow to the Angus economy.
Babcock has confirmed that it was approached by outsourcing rival Serco earlier this year with a proposal for a mega-merger between the two companies, but the idea was rejected.
Business investment is forecast to contract at a faster rate this year and recover more slowly in 2020 than expected in previous forecasts amid continued uncertainty over Brexit, a new report has predicted.
The “bank of mum and dad” is predicted to hand out £6.3 billion-worth of loans this year, making it equivalent to the UK’s 11th biggest mortgage lender, according to analysis.
An app developed by a Perth firm at a cost of £1 million has been downloaded more than 200,000 times.
Superdrug’s sales sizzled as summer temperatures soared last year, but the chain has revealed a dip in annual profits amid “challenging times” for the high street.