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.
A 4% rise in sales, coupled with higher operating margins, meant Primark’s profits over the past three months or so were “well ahead” of last year
Sirius wants to enter into a partnership with the UK government in the form of a Treasury guarantee, which would see the government underwrite US$2bn of project loans
The CMA’s initial investigation raised concerns that the merger, first unveiled last April, could limit choice for airlines at a number of key airports in England and Scotland
It’s a change in tactics from Netflix bosses, who have previously turned to the debt markets to finance its ever-increasing content and marketing spend
Arena said higher-than-expected costs in its UK business would more than offset than higher-than-expected revenues generated across the group
With the receipt of long-term toxicity results, Synairgen and Pharmaxis now have all the data they need to take to potential partners
The three-year deal will see the AIM company provide round-the-clock cybersecurity monitoring and breach detection
The AIM company revealed earlier this month that it was in discussions with an unnamed takeover target, and those talks are still ongoing
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?