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Director Deals - Altitude Group PLC (ALT)
Director Deals - Altitude Group PLC (ALT). 29 October 2014 | 17:20pm. - Stephen Yapp, Non Executive Director, bought 170,000 shares in the company on the 29th October 2014 at a price of 13.00p.
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Fracking trespass law changes move forward despite huge public opposition
Prime minister David Cameron during a guided tour of the IGas shale drilling plant near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Photograph: Lindsey Parnaby/PA.
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Drone Flights Face FAA Hit
�I feel like there's a colossal mess coming,� said Michael Drobac, executive director of the Small UAV Coalition, an advocacy group for drone makers and innovators, including Google Inc. and Inc. The rule is going to be �so divorced from the ...
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Royal Mail slump overdone?
Royal Mail (RMG) has had an eventful 12 months. Floated almost a year ago at 330p amid incredible interest and controversy in equal measure, the share price quickly topped 600p.
Bids keep coming despite market jitters
It's no surprise that this year has seen a surge in mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Companies have suddenly found themselves with healthy balance sheets after years of trimming the fat post the financial crisis.
Questor share tip: Inmarsat remains a hold
Enterprise - businesses such as media, energy and finance - provides 14pc of revenue and aviation is 8pc, but this will grow as airline passengers demand Wi-Fi while at altitude. Having yielded 3.8pc last year, but forecast to rise to 4pc this year ...
Can ASOS justify the price tag?
After a tough year and a series of disappointments, including a fire at its Barnsley warehouse, is ASOS (ASC) finally emerging from the rubble as a stronger, longer-term play?
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Royal Mail: Buy, hold or sell
Whether it's a missing letter, late post, or a lost parcel, everyone has an opinion on Royal Mail (RMG). Since October last year, the financial community has, too.
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Zoos weigh up the costs of China's 'pandanomics'
With China asking �600,000 a year to rent pandas and the price of food soaring, do the sums of having pandas add up? Newborn giant panda triplets rest in an incubator at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou.
GKN fight-back set to continue
It hasn't been a great year for GKN (GKN) so far. The aerospace and automotive engineer has lost about a third of its value as demand for agricultural equipment crumbled and the global economic outlook deteriorated.
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