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LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) -U.S. cybersecurity company NortonLifeLock Inc has agreed to buy London-listed rival Avast Plc for up to $8.6 billion in cash and shares to create a leader in consumer security software.
LONDON (Reuters) -Food delivery company Deliveroo said the value of orders on its platform more than doubled in the first half, with no material impact from the wider reopening of restaurants in its biggest market, Britain, in the second quarter.
LONDON (Reuters) - Germany's Delivery Hero has taken a 5.09% stake in online food delivery rival Deliveroo, driving the British company's share price to its highest since listing on the stock market in March.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's ITV said advertising had rebounded strongly, with June delivering the largest ad revenue for the month in the broadcaster's history as it benefited from the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the Euros.
(Reuters) - Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings will buy video game company Sumo Group in a deal that values the British firm at 919 million pounds ($1.27 billion), the companies said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) -Darktrace, the British cybersecurity firm that listed in April, upgraded its guidance for 2022 on Thursday as it said revenue for the financial year just ended would grow by at least 40% to $278 million.
LONDON (Reuters) -Wise's record breaking direct listing has come as a relief to other tech firms aiming to go public in the coming months, the bankers managing those deals and to post-Brexit London.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fintech companies based in London raised more funding from venture capital investors in the first six months of 2021 than in any other year, demonstrating the British capital's resilience as a hub for digital financial services post-Brexit.
LONDON (Reuters) -Shares of financial technology company Wise ended 10% up on their first day of trading on Wednesday in London's largest ever tech listing that could pave the way for other firms looking to go public without the help of underwriters.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Court of Appeal confirmed on Thursday that riders for food delivery firm Deliveroo were self-employed, dismissing a union appeal against past judgments on their status.