Thursday May 18[QQ] Marconi (see Newswatch), the former GEC group, posts its first annual results. Monday May 22 Annual results from greeting cards specialists Fine Art Developments and interim report from property developers Countryside and asset managers the Paragon Group. Interactive TV company Yes TV is due to float on the London Stock Exchange, and Trigen launches on AIM. The English ICA hosts the latest in its series of internal audit lectures. Deloittes partner Martyn Jones speaks on ‘Where are risk management and internal control going post Turnbull’. Tuesday May 23 EMI Group, Imagination, National Grid and Southnews are all due to deliver their yearly results. Interims from restaurant group Compass. Project Telecom is due for a share issues on the LSE, and internet investor e-quisitor launches on AIM. Wednesday May 24 Annual results due from British Airways (see In the Spotlight), diverse leisure to care home group Kunick, Land Securities and Redstone. The Institute of Internal Auditors holds its annual dinner in London. Thursday May 25 Business Post, EasyScreen, New Look, Scapa and Storehouse present annual results. First half report from Bass. Share issue from the Wireless Group on the London Stock Exchange.
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