The company has revealed it lost £5m on the US presidential election, but it still turned a healthy profit in 2016 and might be poised to get some of its money back
Arithmetic and history are against punters, but bookmakers described betting trends ahead of Republican's inauguration as 'one-way traffic'
There has been a growing backlash over bookmaker advertising both in Australia and here in the UK
Reports of plans to bid for Australia's Tabcorp can probably be taken with a pinch of salt, but the forces which sparked the industry's merger mania haven't gone away
Sporting Index's electoral college forecast has come down from 330 votes for Clitnon to 311 but that would still see her installed in the White House
Betting patterns on the US Presidential election are similar to those seen ahead of Brexit. You shouldn't read too much into that based on an analysis of the numbers and America's demographics
The bookies' odds now give Trump a better chance than the polls and an analysis of the electoral college would suggest he has despite his improving numbers
Comparing the odds to the polling data can to show where the value is
The market added nearly £130m to the company's value when Hill's biggest shareholder said it would oppose a merger with Canadian gambling outfit Amaya
The bookie is talking to the PokerStars owner about an all share deal but both companies have problems and putting them together might make things worse
It already looks like there is no place like home for West Ham, even though they have been at the London Stadium for just a few weeks.
Bookmakers don't expect Leicester to repeat their Premier League heroics in Europe this season
The merger between two of the largest bookmakers in the country would reduce competition and choice for customers in a large number of local areas, according to the competition watchdog
Darts legend Phil Taylor has become synonymous with the World Matchplay event currently taking place in Blackpool.
The figures from Nielsen show that spending on betting ads is up by 46% as campaigners call for stricter regulations
The Real Madrid pair face off as Chris Coleman's men look to keep their dream alive