CryptoLogic, the online gaming and casino software developer, recorded a small profit in the first half ended 30 June, compared with a loss the year before, as its strategic review continues.
The top share index staged a recovery ahead of the close, helped by Wall Street snapping out of a sluggish start.
Shares continue to drift lower with BP leading the way down as concerns about its Russian expansion plans rumble on.
Blue chips closed the week just above 5,900 with decent gains across a range of sectors helped by a smattering of broker recommendations.
Leading shares are mixed after the strong opening prompted traders to bank some profits at the end of a week which has seen the top share index advance by around 170 points.
Footsie just about kept its head above water in the morning session but index heavyweight BP was a major drag after last night's news about the blocking of its $16bn joint venture with Rosneft.
Online gaming software provider Cryptologic, which is also listed on Nasdaq, has appointed Deloitte to help with a strategic review of the company.
Online gaming software specialist Cryptologic has launched a full strategic review, which will include whether to put itself up for sale.
Cash burn at loss making gaming software developer CryptoLogic declined to $1.2m in the final quarter of 2010, having been as high as $2.3m in the second quarter, the last full quarter before restructuring measures kicked in.
Shares in online gaming software supplier Cryptologic have more than made back last Friday's loss following the announcement of its 2010 figures but there is still no sign of trading in the shares in London.
Shares in online gaming software provider Cryptologic have slumped in London even though there appears to have been no trades.
Online betting games software developer Cryptologic continues to lose money even though it has cut its costs.
Medical devices supplier Smith & Nephew has won its appeal over a patent dispute with Kinetic Corporation.
Gaming software developer CryptoLogic plunged deeper into the red in the half-year to June as sales slowed.
A deal of 20,000 shares in broadcasting technology supplier Vislink has sparked a sharp rise in the share price.
There are few risers on TechMARK today as the market worries about a hung parliament in the UK. COLT Telecom, which has fallen by more than 10% over the past month, is one of the exceptions.
Betting technology supplier Alphameric was boosted by its 50%-owned subsidiary extending media rights for 30 racecourses to 2018.
Shares in online betting and casino games developer CryptoLogic jumped after it announced a licence deal with BetClic.
Turbo Power Systems narrowed its net loss for the third quarter to £0.34m from £1.85m in 2008 and posted an EBITDA profit of £0.11m versus a loss of £152m a year ago.
Pharma company Skyepharma says that its marketing partner Mundipharma International Corporation has completed the Phase III clinical study for the European development of Flutiform for treating asthma. The higher dose strength study "met its primary endpoints".