DAILY DAILY: The American science company Iqvia will invest £ 44 million in British research projects
City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail
Life science business: Iqvia will invest £ 44 million over five years in British research projects
DRUGS OF DRUGS The American science company Iqvia will invest £ 44 million over five years in British research projects and services that accelerate drug trials.
The move was announced as part of the second life science agreement in the UK that was hit by the industry with the government.
CABIN FLOAT The taxi company Lyft, a growing rival of Uber in the United States, has deposited the papers for its long-awaited fluctuation in New York.
It should become public at the beginning of next year, but has not yet revealed details about prices or exact timing. Lyft has a value of around £ 11.7 billion.
APP DITCHED The search giant Google is demolishing its Allo messaging app after the service has not proven as popular as hoped.
The American company introduced it in 2016, with a digital assistant with which users could chat, but now says it will terminate the service after March.
our way Activist investors around the world currently have around £ 230 billion invested in companies that want to shake, according to Deloitte.
BREXIT SUPPORT Three quarters of the growing British companies would prefer to carry on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal operation rather than risk non-payment, according to the Business Growth Fund.
REVENUE ON REVENUE The Budget Easyhotel hotel chain reported a 34% increase in revenues to £ 11.3 million for the year up to 30 September. Profits increased 1.4% from a year ago to £ 870,000.
DELIVERY PROFITS Revenues at the online delivery service Clipper Logistics rose to £ 227.9 million for the six months up to October 31st, an increase of 14.1% over the previous year. Profits increased 16.9% to £ 9.3 million.
AIRPORT RESULTS The owner of the London Stansted, Manchester Airport Group, recorded a 7.8 percent increase in revenues to £ 504 million in the six months until September 30, while profits rose 7.3 percent to 157 million pounds.
PLANS LOTS Budget airline Air Air struggled to fill the planes last month.
The capacity has grown 34% compared to a year before, but the load factor, which measures the number of seats sold on each flight, has dropped to 78.8%, the lowest in over four years.
DIY OFFER Tapi is opening grants in Homebase stores while observing a more rapid expansion. Tapi is owned by the former head of Carpeteria Martin Harris.