UK-based polymer products maker Low & Bonar's said on Monday its CEO Philip de Klerk is leaving the company as it issued its second profit warning in two months, sending its shares sliding 30 percent.
Britain's Staffline lost more than half of its market value on Friday after a Brexit-led scramble by companies to secure workers for permanent positions hit the recruiter's margins and led it to cut its annual profit forecast.
Ladbrokes owner GVC on Thursday pointed to a lower than expected impact of a new betting price cap on some of its business in Britain, boosting the company's shares.
A relaunch of its venerable Mr Kipling cake brand helped Premier Foods Plc to report higher annual profit on Tuesday as the company seeks a new leader.
Domino's warned of a loss in its international business this year, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm lower and eclipsing a rise in first-quarter group sales.
The new chief executive of Intu Properties Plc cut the shopping centre operator's rental income forecast on Friday, blaming a string of retail collapses and uncertainties stemming from Brexit for slowing down new lettings.
British tobacco group Imperial Brands said it would sell its global premium cigar business as part of plans to divest assets worth 2 billion pounds ($2.61 billion) by May 2020 to cut debt and invest in vaping products and other growth areas.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread Plc, which has sold off its Costa coffee chain, on Tuesday flagged lower demand for hotel rooms in Britain, hit by Brexit uncertainty and the effects of growing competition.
British plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc said trading profit will likely be at the lower end of analyst expectations this year, with a slowing U.S. economy set to dent growth in its dominant market.
March 20 Iraqi Kurdistan-focused oil producer
Genel Energy Plc posted a $424 million writedown on its
Miran oil and gas field on Wednesday, pushing it into a
full-year loss, and said it was now focusing on developing its
Bina Bawi field.