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12 February 2019 08:11
(Sharecast News) - Touchstar has launched an internal review of the business after a year in which the data specialist's losses will be "considerably better" than market expectations but sales...
19 February 2018 16:01
(ShareCast News) - Multiple directors and closely associated people of software solutions firm Touchstar picked up shares in the AIM-quoted group on Monday, buying into the open offer announced by the...
8 January 2018 09:21
(ShareCast News) - Mobile computing solutions group Touchstar told investors on Monday that it was expecting results for its fiscal year ended 31 December to fall in line with market expectations driven by...
28 September 2017 09:52
(ShareCast News) - Manchester-based mobile data computing solutions firm Touchstar announced on Thursday that its profit after tax dove 193% to just £5,000 in the six months leading to 30 June due to a...
5 January 2017 08:46
(ShareCast News) - Technology services provider Touchstar has warned that profits will only just break even for 2016 after some clients delayed contracts.
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