What You Were Buying Last Week: Cape
Investors see an opportunity in industrial services company Cape.
WPP Reports on Another Record Year
Advertising giant WPP reached its targets, but "got there ugly."
What You Were Selling Last Week: Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland was in the No. 4 spot ahead of its 6 billion-pound loss.
Record Profits at Weir Group
Weir Group achieves double-digit profit and revenue growth.
What You Were Selling Last Week: Lloyds Banking Group
Lloyds Banking Group was in number one spot.
What You Were Buying Last Week: RSA Insurance Group
Investors see an opportunity in the lower price of RSA Insurance Group.
Domino's Pizza Group Delivers a Slice of Success
Record pre-tax profit at Domino's Pizza Group.
What You Were Selling Last Week: Tesco
Customers of The Motley Fool ShareDealing Service sold their shares of Tesco last week.
What You Were Buying Last Week: Vodafone Group
The telecom giant Vodafone Group topped the list.
What You Bought This Week: Aviva
Recently, it has been insurance group Aviva.
Smith & Nephew Raises Final Dividend by 50%
Smith & Nephew plc (LON: SN) reports a "strong full year" for 2012.
AstraZeneca Falls on Disappointing Results
Profits plunge at AstraZeneca (LON:AZN), but the dividend is still raised.
Record Results at Renishaw
Renishaw reports best-ever revenue and pre-tax profits.
Profit Rises at PZ Cussons
Australia and the U.K. drive 13% growth in operating profit at PZ Cussons.
Why I'm Seriously Thinking of Buying Apple
I've resisted for years, but now might be the time for me to buy Apple.
AstraZeneca's New Boss Shakes Things Up
The pharmaceutical giant gets a new senior management team.
Significant Growth at Sports Direct
Sports Direct (LSE: SPD) credits the "Olympic effect" for strong results.
Domino Printing Drops 6% as Profits Fall
Domino Printing (LSE: DNO) is cautious about the coming year.
PZ Cussons Confident of Return to Profitable Growth
PZ Cussons issues a reassuring trading update.
Sage Lifts Dividend for 21st Consecutive Year
Despite growth slowing, Sage increases its dividend yet again.