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Holiday Inn-owner IHG hit by weak China, Hong Kong bookings

18 Oct 2019

Holiday Inn-owner InterContinental Hotels Group blamed lower business bookings in China and Hong Kong protests for a 0.8% fall in third-quarter revenue per room on Friday, the latest company to be pinched by weaker global travel.

'Not the best owners': UK's Domino's to exit foreign markets

17 Oct 2019

Domino's Pizza Group Plc , Britain's biggest pizza delivery company, on Thursday said it would quit its loss-making international operations, sending shares higher in early trade.

Dart Group sees demand boost after Thomas Cook collapse

11 Oct 2019

Dart Group, the owner of British airline and tour operator Jet2, raised its profit guidance on Friday as it boosted passenger numbers following the collapse of former rival Thomas Cook last month, sending its shares soaring almost 13%.

UPDATE 2-Ladbrokes-owner GVC raises profit forecast again as U.S. offers bigger bets.

09 Oct 2019

* Shares rise 3.9% (Adds analyst, CEO comments, shares and other details)

Passport maker De La Rue flies in turnaround specialist

07 Oct 2019

De La Rue has appointed turnaround specialist Clive Vacher as chief executive as the banknote and passport maker contends with a series of setbacks.

Ted Baker shares battered after CEO flags dire UK retail climate

03 Oct 2019

Shares in Ted Baker shed more than a third of their value on Thursday, after the British fashion retailer's second profit warning in four months on the back of what new boss Lindsay Page called the worst business conditions in decades.

British Airways owner says pilot strikes to hit profit

26 Sep 2019

British Airways parent IAG warned on Thursday that full-year profit will be hit by a pilots' strike at the UK carrier and weaker sales by budget stablemates Vueling and Level. | Video

UPDATE 2-Irn-Bru maker A.G. Barr shares jump after firm sticks to full-year profit outlook

24 Sep 2019

* Company stockpiling ingredients ahead of Brexit - CEO (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares)

BP to quit Alaska after 60 years with $5.6 billion sale to Hilcorp

29 Aug 2019

British oil major BP Plc on Tuesday agreed to sell all its Alaskan properties for $5.6 billion to privately held Hilcorp Energy Co, exiting a region where it operated for 60 years.

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