SMALL CAP MOVERS: Cracks appear in Purplebricks as US and UK bosses exit amid profit warning 

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The foundations of online estate agency Purplebricks have been shaken in more ways than one this week after a profit warning was accompanied by not one, but two prominent resignations.
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