Marmite’s advertising slogan declares that you either “love it, or hate it.” For Britons, it appears to be the former as sales surged following the brief withdrawal of the yeast-extract spread by supermarket leader Tesco.
William Hill slashes odds on Trump victory amid betting patterns eerily reminiscent of those seen in the lead up to the EU referendum
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'After canvassing views from a number of major shareholders, the board has decided that it will not pursue discussions'
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Drug company in bribery probe; Airline 'very cautious' says O'Leary; FRC drops Tesco investigation
World's biggest fashion retailer posts strong July; House builder negotiates post-Brexit land discounts; Japanese car giant claims new technology could make diesel cars obsolete
Football results have been favouring the bookie and fuelling profits. However, this is not necessarily a good time to buy the shares
The company is looking for an external candidate to take over as chief executive after the online business stalled under Mr Henderson, a 31-year veteran of the group who started as a trainee manager and worked his way up to the top
'We expect operators to put social responsibility at the heart of their business'
A hugely-confident Australian supporter has accepted some short odds and placed a sizeable sum on Australia overcoming Scotland on Sunday
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Strictly Come Dancing contestant Ashley Taylor Dawson says he may have to miss the birth of his child - because it could clash with the first live show.
Glasgow born star revealed as latest actor to play iconic role
Photographer may have accidentally let slip that Gallifrey's finest will still be played by a man