NetDimensions Holdings Ltd. fell the most since July as the publisher of educational software posted a wider loss, even as Panmure Gordon & Co. said momentum in revenue growth means investors should buy the shares.
SDL Plc, a U.K. technology company known for translation software, predicted it will return to profit next year after increased investment in other services led to a loss in the first six months of 2013.
Micro Focus International Plc is luring private-equity buyers with the cheapest valuation for a non-U.S. business software provider even as the 50-year-old computer code it was founded to translate becomes obsolete.
Hewlett-Packard Co. accused Autonomy Corp., the software maker it bought last year, of a broad range of financial falsehoods resulting in an $8.8 billion writedown, adding to challenges facing Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman in the midst of a multiyear turnaround. Shares plunged.
ARM Holdings Plc, the U.K. designer of chips that power Apple Inc.’s iPhone, is dividing investors and analysts more than any other company in the benchmark FTSE 100 Index. So far, shareholders are the winners.
WANdisco Plc, a U.K. software provider to companies including Apple Inc. and Intel Corp., rose to a record as it won a U.S. patent award and joined a platform for storing and processing large volumes of data.
Autonomy Corp. , the U.K.’s second- largest software company, gained the most in more than 20 months in London trading after posting higher full-year profit and saying current analysts’ estimates are “conservative.”