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.
EY was competing with Deloitte and KPMG to win the Vodafone contract, which earned PwC more than £20mln last year
ConvaTec shares dropped more than 20% early on Thursday morning as its results, but more importantly its guidance, disappointed investors
The £3.4bn loss includes a £3.0bn one-off, non-cash charge which JLR said reflects lower than planned sales, decline in demand for diesel and wider industry issues”
A basic Model 3 will now set you back US$42,900, but that is still well above the US$35,000 Elon Musk had originally promised
Andrew Tinkler had taken his old employer to court after he was removed as a director and an employee last summer
“Tom's proven track record in leading and developing innovative medical products, and his deep understanding of the NHS will be essential in driving growth for both TexRAD and Cadran”
The commercial passenger aircraft leasing company expects earnings per share and pre-tax profits to have doubled in the first six months of its financial year
Australian sales tax changes forced online companies to charge a 10% levy on overseas purchases worth less than A$1,000
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?