William Hill's online business returns to growth after glitches earlier in the year cost the firm dear
Betting giant William Hill said annual profits will be at the top end of its target as plans to turn around its struggling online arm have shown signs of bearing fruit.
The FTSE 250-listed bookmaker said its total net revenues rose by 6 per cent in the four months to the end of October, driven by a 4 per cent increase in digital revenues on a stronger performance from its mobile Sportsbook and more favourable football results.
The stronger digital performance came after its online business had been plagued by technical problems earlier in the year, which subsequently led to a number of... read more
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