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William Hill to merge online and retail divisions with Phil Walker in-charge

William Hill to merge online and retail divisions with Phil Walker in-charge

London-headquartered bookmaker William Hill Plc is reportedly mulling a plan to merge its online and retail divisions and appoint Phil Walker, the managing director of the company’s online gambling

William Hill to shut 109 loss-making outlets

Britain's largest bookmaker William Hill has announced a steep fall in its profits and cautioned that betting tax hike announced by the government could force it to shut more than 100 outlets.

William Hill to swell to £5bn over next five years: Ralph Topping

William Hill bookie's business could reach £5 billion over the next five years, according to the bookmark service's chief executive Ralph Topping.

Topping predicted the huge increase in the company's business in the coming years after it spent £424 million to take full control of its online operation.

William Hill acquired 29 per cent stake in software firm Playtech, which will give it a freer hand to make investment in the online business worth around £1.5 billion. William Hill is presently worth £2.9 billion.

Best World Cup in 40 years by William Hill's

The bookmaker's destiny endured at Royal Ascot where he expressed it he had suffered its shoddier ever recorded outcome from the horse racing gathering.

According to Ralph Topping chief executive, expressed that while it was its worst ever Royal Ascot, with a failure in the meeting, as the World Cup established to be one of the finest for the bookmakers in the 40 years.

William Hill and World Cup roaring spirits

The Book manufacturer William Hill has expressed that the sturdy gambling during the latest World Cup tournament making up for the losses that it endured at Royal Ascot.

It expressed that the World Cup established to be one of the best in the array of bookmakers during the past 40 years however the Royal Ascot convention was its worst till now.

William Hill suffers loss; high hopes from world Cup

British betting group William Hill announced on Friday that this summer’s World Cup in South Africa will be the ‘event of the century’ for the betting industry.

William Hill suffered a fall of 59 per cent in pre-tax profit to 120.9 million pounds in 2009 due to low number of draws in the Premier League, while its telephone business slipped by 1.8 million pounds during the same period.