Happy days for Jamie Oliver as his food empire reports a pukka profit after shutting down cooking schools



Jamie Oliver's business empire is back in health after strong trading at its restaurant chain and TV production division.
Its media arm, which makes a host of popular shows, including Jamie's Super Food and Cheryl: Access All Areas, is back into the black with a £1million profit.
This is better than the £9.8million loss posted last year as new chief executive Paul Hunt, who is Oliver's brother-in-law, launched a strategic review of the business and decided to close the Recipease cookery schools.
Profits for the group rose £10.2million for 2015 up from £200,000, on sales of £31.9million down... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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