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Hollywood Bowl sees high revenues amidst opening new venues

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The UK’s leading bowling chain has posted strong results thanks to its Bowlplex acquisition, rebrand, and expansion.   The chief executive of Hollywood Bowl Group has hailed the company’s strong halfyear performance as revenues edged closer to the £60m mark - a result mirrored in the successful opening of its new Derby and Southampton sites earlier this year. The listed company reported...

Scientific Games grows for sixth quarter running

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Machine and software manufacturer Scientific Games continues its return to growth with a six percent lift in revenues for the first quarter of 2017 - its sixth consecutive three-month period of positive figures.   A 24 percent increase in shipments of gaming machines, as well as a 33 percent rise in interactive revenue, helped push sales up to $725m, a leap...

Novomatic lining up financials ahead of possible flotation

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Novomatic have announced their 2016 financial accounts and in the process displayed a clear strategy for growth through acquisition and market expansion.   With revenues up, and an Ainsworth purchase in the process, the results provided a fairly safe haven for any flotation aspirations the group has in the not too distant future. The family-owned company said revenues were up 10 percent...

Profits up at pub industry giant Wetherspoon

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Tim Martin, Chairman of JD Wetherspoon Plc the renowned British pub chain, hits out at the government and supermarkets.   Wetherspoon’s preliminary results for the 26 weeks ended 22 January 2017 show Revenue up 1.4% to £801.4m and profit before tax increase from £36m in 2016 to £51.4m. Like-for-like sales were +3.3% with Operating profit jumping from £49.4m to £65.1m. Commenting on...

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