Stamp dealer Stanley Gibbons Group announced on Monday that non-executive director Graham Elliott Shircore has been appointed as its chief executive.
AIM-listed stamp specialist Stanley Gibbons said on Friday that it has entered into various agreements with Phoenix UK Fund which give effect to an investment of up to £19.45m, reducing the company's debt to £10m and lifting cash resources by around £5.4m.
Philately specialist Stanley Gibbons noted the recent jump in its share price on Monday and said it knows no reason for the movement.
Stanley Gibbons Group updated the market on the sale of "certain assets and liabilities" of its interiors division on Friday, confirming that it had become apparent that suitor Millicent was unable to access the funds it had earmarked for payment of the consideration due on completion.
Stanley Gibbons' sale of its interiors division - including the assets and liabilities of Dreweatts and the intellectual property rights and goodwill of the Mallett and Made by Meta brands - has been delayed, the company announced on Friday.
AIM-listed stamp and coin specialist Stanley Gibbons said on Monday that it is considering a sale of some or all of the company following a comprehensive restructure.
AIM-listed stamp and coin specialist Stanley Gibbons confirmed on Friday that it has received an unsolicited approach from private equity firm Disruptive Capital regarding a possible offer for the company.
Stamp and coin specialist Stanley Gibbons has sold its 25% interest in Masterpiece, the operator of the annual Masterpiece London art and antiques fair, to Masterpiece for a total consideration of £1.4 million payable in cash.
Shares in Stanley Gibbons are down almost 3% after it confirmed the sale of elements of its Interiors division and updated on its emergence from a period of restructuring to focus on its future and core businesses.
Stamp specialist Stanley Gibbons has sold one of the rarest pieces of Indian philately to a private collector-investor in Australia for a record £500,000.
The chief executive and chief financial officer at stamp and collectibles group Stanley Gibbons have both been made redundant as the company said it was reconsidering the benefits of its off-shore status to reposition itself with more focus on the UK.
Philately has been getting Stanley Gibbons nowhere lately, with the stamp and coin collecting group issuing a profit warning and announcing an emergency fundraising.
Future growth in Primark as well as good prospects for sugar saw The Times' Tempus rate Associated British Foods shares at 'buy long term' on Friday.
Stanley Gibbons noted the slump in its shares on Wednesday and said it was considering a number of fundraising alternatives to boost its working capital position prior to the year ended 31 March 2016.
Stanley Gibbons' sales for the first half of the year are expected to be flat and profit is expected to take a hit, according to a trading update which sent shares plunging on Tuesday.
It's time to give up the stamp collection, according to The Telegraph's Questor.
Collectibles and philatelic retailer Stanley Gibbons warned it could miss its interim targets, but remained hopeful strong second half trading will allow it to clinch its annual goals.
AIM-listed Paragon Diamonds gave a confident outlook in its full year results on Friday, describing 2014 as a "transformational time" for the company.
AIM-listed stamps, coin and collectables group Stanley Gibbons reported solid growth in its results for the full year ended 31 March, on the back of the contribution from recent acquisitions.
UK stocks are expected to decline on Friday morning after the collapse of Greek debt talks at the Eurogroup meeting the previous day.