Jim Mullen

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Print still accounts for more than three-quarters of the company’s revenues. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Reach media group’s chief executive says a decision to scrap “nonsense” surveys that acted as a barrier to articles had contributed to a surge in dig(...)

Reach, the publisher of the Irish Daily Mirror, will complete a full takeover of the Irish Daily Star next week.

British newspaper publisher Reach has been cleared to buy the 50 per cent of the Irish Daily Star that it does not already own, with the deal expected(...)

The deal is expected to be completed later this year subject to receiving competition approval.

Reach, the British newspaper publisher formerly known as Trinity Mirror, has agreed to buy for an undisclosed sum the 50 per cent stake in Irish Daily(...)

Reach said it has taken several actions to conserve cash and has taken measures including renegotiations with suppliers, cancellation of orders and negotiated payment delays

Daily Mirror-owner Reach will furlough 20 per cent of staff, cut staff wages by 10 per cent and management pay by 20 per cent while keeping all of its(...)

Reach reported a 5.4 per cent rise in operating profit to €182.5 million. Photograph: PA

Reach, the owner of UK tabloid newspaper titles, the Mirror and the Express, aims to increase its registered users to seven million by the end of 2022(...)

The FA is to end all sponsorship deals with betting companies this month following a three-month review. Photo: Barrington Coombs/Getty Images

The Football Association has pulled out of a four-year sponsorship deal with Ladbrokes after just one year, following a board decision in May to cut t(...)

In July the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority said the merger could proceed subject to the divestment of 350 to 400 shops. Photograph: Moya Nolan

Irish bookmaker Boylesports claims it bid higher than the price accepted by Ladbrokes and Gala Coral for 359 betting shops. The sale took place un(...)

Jim Mullen, chief executive  of Ladbrokes has warned that a ruling demanding the combined group sell too many shops could derail the deal. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The British competition watchdog is this week expected to ask bookmakers Ladbrokes and Corals to offload between 400 and 1,000 betting shops as a cond(...)

Betting industry had its worst-ever Cheltenham, with losses  exceeding £60 million. Photograph: Getty

Ladbrokes chief executive Jim Mullen said rivals “abandoned bookmaking principles” as the industry racked up record losses during last month’s Chelte(...)

Bookmaker Ladbrokes made its first full-year loss in a decade after it was hit by investment costs and new taxes as the group prepares for its £2.3 bi(...)

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