Tom graduated University of Brighton with a BA (Hons) degree in Broadcast Journalism, leaving as the valedictorian of the class of 2015. His final year projects and dissertation were nominated for, and won, several awards, whilst he was also the Editor-in-Chief of the university’s news site during his time at Brighton. After previously writing for a property magazine, Tom joined the Proactive team in January 2016.
The distribution centre in Atlanta went fully online last month but the 700 or so workers struggled to keep up with the sheer volume of orders coming through
In short, ASOS hadn’t employed enough workers at its new warehouse in Atlanta to deal with an “unprecedented” spike in demand across the pond
Analysts at the US investment banking giant think Informa shares look cheap compared to its peers
The Gym Group added more than 100,000 new members last year which helped drive a revenue and profit surge
Recent rises in LIBOR mean it is now more costly to provide interest-free finance which, in turn, will “negatively impact” second-half margins
Under the terms of the new deal, HLH will have to double its order volume every year for three years if it wants to maintain exclusivity over LPLDL in Germany
The presentations are being made at Novel Antimicrobials and AMR Diagnostics 2019, which is being held in Berlin today and tomorrow
The European High Growth Opportunities Securitization Fund was issued with bonds in return for lending WideCells money and it has now elected to convert those bonds
The Stockpot column was inaugurated to act as a laboratory for investment ideas, and unlike a lot of lab experiments, hopefully things don't go horribly wrong
Of course if you’ve already done so, this article probably doesn’t apply to you…
Sometimes a cheap stock is cheap for a reason, not just because it’s good value…
The Rookie Investors has still got the Fever(tree), but would he have done had he set a stop-loss?