A few weeks ago, a company called Darktrace - put together by computer programmers in London and Cambridge - floated on the London Stock Exchange. It was valued at over £2 billion. It’s a pretty good example of a British tech success - its shares surged by 44 per cent, in stark contrast to Deliveroo, a better-known name, whose flotation saw its shares sink by 26%.
A recent fishing series helped them raise £500 Back row, Cambridge Community Fundraisers (CCFR) Dudley Seal and Alan Giddens Front row Tim cooper from CCFR, James German from the Thomas Whale Foundation and Mike Lynch from CCFR Submitted for publication in the Cambridge News Fundraisers in Cambridge have made a donation to Cancer charity, The Malcolm Whales Foundation.
Winning pitcher Mike Lynch tossed a three-hit shutout with nine strikeouts to lead River Dell past Ridgefield Park, 9-0, in Oradell. Jack Guerrero doubled twice, drove in two runs and scored a run and Matt Kelm went 3-for-4 with a run to pace the offense. Brendan Walker added two hits and knocked in a run for River Dell, which improved to 10-11.
Chef to Taylor Swift Edinburgh restaurant opening AN Edinburgh chef who has cooked for some of the world’s biggest music stars including Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and Metallica is opening in the Scottish capital this month.Scott Wyse, 34, has teamed up with well-known Edinburgh mixologist, Mike Lynch, 31, and a team of five to launch the 40-cover Superico Restaurant at 83 Hanover Street from Thursday May 20 and 180 capacity Superico Bar and Lounge at 99 Hanover Street from late June.
Chef who has cooked for Taylor Swift, Metallica and Demi Lovato adds Latin flavour to Edinburgh’s New Town
An Edinburgh chef who has cooked for some of the world’s biggest music stars, including Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato, Metallica and Dire Straits’ Mark Knopler, is bringing his own brand of Latin flavour and style to the Capital’s New Town from the end of May.
ALEX BRUMMER: Smooth arrival of Darktrace on London Stock Exchange will be encouraging for next batch of IPOs on the slipway
The key to successful tech floats is the quality of the intellectual property.If investors believe in the soundness of the science behind the company, that goes a long way when they come to market.Darktrace passed that credibility test with its London float in spite of the overhang of backing from Invoke, the investment vehicle of Mike Lynch, the Autonomy tycoon fighting extradition to the United States.
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Rep. Ron Hanks argued on the House floor that the Three-Fifths Compromise made at the nation’s founding “was not impugning anybody’s humanity.” Content loading... Colorado state Rep. Ron Hanks (R) is facing criticism after he made a lynching joke on the state House floor and argued that the Three-Fifths Compromise of 1787 “was not impugning anyone’s humanity.” The newly elected lawmaker, who was part of the insurrectionist mob that marched on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, was mistakenly introduced
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Bosses of cyber security firm Darktrace set for a £3bn float windfall: Tech start-ups flood to market weeks after Deliveroo debacle
Darktrace has revealed plans for a blockbuster float in London just weeks after Deliveroo's botched debut.The Cambridge-based cyber-security business has yet to price its shares but could be worth as much as £3billion – putting bosses in line for tens of millions of pounds.The decision will be seen as a vote of confidence in the Square Mile after worries that the food delivery app's disastrous float would make other tech firms wary of following suit.
Cybersecurity company admits criminal and civil charges against its founding shareholder "could result in a material adverse effect" The cybersecurity provider Darktrace has warned that the fraud allegations against its founding shareholder, the former Autonomy chief executive Mike Lynch, threaten its prospects as it gears up for a £3bn stock market debut.
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace plans £3bn London float in a move set to provide former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch with a windfall
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace has confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in a move that will reportedly value the firm at up to £3billion.The Cambridge-based company, which is backed by former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch, is one of the first big tech firms to have chosen London for its initial public offering after Deliveroo's flop earlier this month.
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace has announced plans to float on the London Stock Exchange, in a move that will reportedly value the Cambridge-based company at £3bn.The company, which is backed by tech entrepreneur Mike Lynch, is the first major firm to have chosen the City for its initial public offering (IPO) since Deliveroo’s disappointing stock market debut last month.
LONDON (Reuters) -Darktrace, the British cyber security firm backed by tech entrepreneur Mike Lynch, said on Monday it intended to float on the London Stock Exchange to raise new funds to accelerate product development and strengthen its balance sheet.The company, founded in 2013, uses AI to understand IT networks and detect attacks by identifying aberrations to normal behaviour.
The cybersecurity start-up is expected to issue its intention to float tomorrow morning Darktrace is set to unveil plans for a blockbuster London listing today which could see the company land a valuation of as much as £3bn.The cybersecurity company is expected to issue its intention to float before the London Stock Exchange opens.
Darktrace beefs up its board ahead of UK float by hiring Tory former minister David 'Two Brains' Willetts
Tech firm Darktrace has a moved a step closer to a stock market listing in London after hiring Tory former minister David Willetts.
Darktrace beefs up its board ahead of UK float by hiring Tory former minister David 'Two Brains' Willetts Tech firm Darktrace has a moved a step closer to a stock market listing in London after hiring Tory former minister David Willetts.
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HP is seeking to add new evidence into Mike Lynch's High Court trial It would be “unjust” for the $5bn (£3.5bn) Autonomy High Court fraud trial to receive last-minute evidence about misconduct by Deloitte, lawyers for Mike Lynch have claimed.