Arqiva had announced plans for a £6bn IPO only two weeks ago, but opted to postpone until conditions improve.
Anecdotal evidence given to IBTimes UK in Zurich suggests the country's banks are actually looking to hire more employees in London.
From having an office with seven employees to annual revenues of $9.4bn, WWT's rise over the last 27 years has been meteoric.
Alongside two key announcements, the coffee chain also reported disappointing fourth quarter sales growth.
Telecoms giant posts 10% year-on-year drop in pre-tax on an adjusted basis in the three months to the end of September.
Airline lobby group sees travel rising 3% over the approaching American holiday season.
ATMs operator Link says demand for cash is falling drastically as it unveils plans to cut number of machines.
President Robert Mugabe is reportedly a major owner behind Zimbabwe Airlines, which is set to be handed lucrative long-haul licences to London and the Far East.
Pre-tax profit after adjustments was $814m (£612.5m) in the third quarter, a 78% improvement on the same period a year earlier.
The 235-mile pipeline system, which delivers almost 40% of the UK's North Sea oil and gas production, has been sold by BP in a $250m (£188m) deal.
Bailey will pursue new projects but admits decision to leave the retailer after 17 years was a "difficult one".
The lower house of Congress has passed a bill that would require municipal governments to regulate ride-sharing apps.
Irish airline cancelled 20,000 flights between September and March 2018, affecting 700,000 passengers.
Oil and gas giant posts underlying replacement cost profit of $1.87bn in the third quarter, compared to a profit of $933m in the same period of 2016.
Structural overcapacity and rising imports from countries not subject to EU anti-dumping tariffs, like South Korea, Turkey and India, remain constraining factors.