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Neuroscience-focused digital data analysis technology developer IXICO is increasing its revenues and this is cutting the reported loss.
Staffing provider RTC Group says that trading is in line with expectations despite some exposure to Carillion.
Spirits brands owner Distil says third quarter sales increased by 19%.
Simulation training systems supplier SimiGon Ltd lost money in 2017.
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CSF Group has appointed Michael Leong as chief executive.
IFA Lighthouse Group says that its 2017 figures will be ahead of expectations.
Mobile gaming firm Nektan reported a 22% quarter-on-quarter increase in net gaming revenues.
At last there is some good news for small, soundly based companies. Aim broker Alexander David Securities Group has launched a new EIS Fund, which will focus its investments on existing Aim companies that require cash to help them to grow their business. More
Isle of Man-registered African Medical Investments raised £5.1m at 10p a share when it joined Aim on 27 June 2008, which valued the company at £5.6m. More
Imaginatik provides collaborative software and consultancy for innovation management and problem solving. The core software product is called Idea Central. More
Bright Things has wound down its original interactive DVD business and is concentrating on social networks maker SocialGo. More