The builder had a turnover of £5.2billion last year and employs 43,000 staff. But its market capitalisation has crashed from almost £1billion in early July to less than £250million. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
Things are looking up at construction giant Balfour Beatty, after it revealed profits had doubled in its first half.
Underlying pre-tax profits rose to *£22m* in the six months.. City A.M.
A consortium led by Costain, the firm charged with revitalising London Bridge station, has formally secured a £1.8bn HS2 contract to build tunnels and bridges linking Euston station with Old Oak.. City A.M.
Carillion has held a series of emergency meetings as the crisis-hit contractor hopes to quell unease from joint venture partners, according to reports.
It is common practice for rival firms to.. City A.M.
It's not a list which many corporates would be happy to top, but Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management has today released a ranking of the 12 most shorted stocks in the UK.
Construction company.. City A.M.
Analysts are anticipating BT to report muted first quarter figures on Friday, with City expectations that revenue and profits will be in line with 2016.
Company provided consensus analyst forecasts.. City A.M.
The head of HS2 said today the state-funded high speed rail group made “a serious error” proceeding with unapproved redundancy payments, after the National Audit Office published a critical report.. City A.M.
The wildly divergent year for the construction industry is continuing, as Morgan Sindall has bucked the trend to announce a strong first half.
Trading for the six months ending 30 June has been.. City A.M.
A perfect storm is poised to hit the UK's construction sector as new research shows more than a quarter of firms are at risk of insolvency by 2020.
Brexit uncertainty has rocked the construction.. City A.M.
More than a fifth (22.72 per cent) of votes cast at the transport operator's annual general meeting yesterday were against Richard Adam keeping his new place on First Group's board. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
Wolverhampton's troubled construction giant Carillion is among the firms that have been awarded contracts for the building of phase one of the HS2 rail line, the Government has announced. Express and Star