1920: English Premier League football TV broadcasting rights for the three seasons beginning 2019/20 have been decided - well most of them. BT Sport and Sky Sports have defended well, keeping most of the games for a cost of £4. 46bn, with two of the seven live broadcasting packages still to be confirmed by the EPL, which said there was "interest from multiple bidders". BT Group has secured a package of 32 games per season for a total across the three seasons of £885m.
Most Premier League football live broadcast packages for the three seasons beginning 2019/20 have been agreed, with Sky and BT Group picking up the bulk of games for £4. 5bn.
AIM-listed company Good Energy Group announced on Tuesday that it will redeem its first bond on 29 March.
Biopharmaceutical company Verona Pharma expects to receive results from ongoing clinical trials earlier than originally anticipated.
Ireland-focused real estate investor Core Industrial REIT announced on Tuesday that it intends to float in Dublin and on London's AIM, with the intention of raising €225m from shares priced at €1. 00.
Budget carrier RyanAir has announced that the 20% increase in salaries it's negotiating with its pilots will push its costs €100m higher next year.
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Esports entertainment group Gfinity announced on Tuesday that UNILAD Esports - a team backed by its online media namesake - has acquired a place to compete in the third season of the Gfinity Elite Series, taking place at the Gfinity Esports Arena in London in March and April.
E-commerce infrastructure payment solutions and platform provider MobilityOne announced on Tuesday that its 55%-owned subsidiary in Bangladesh, Mobility i Tap Pay, has developed a mobile banking app for Meghna Bank.
SerVision shares plummeted over 20% on Monday after the digital security manufacturer warned that it urgently needed to raise funds.
Botswana Diamonds announced on Tuesday that work is commencing on the first half Alrosa/Botswana joint venture - Sunland Minerals - in Botswana.
Podcast audio-on-demand platform operator Audioboom announced its intention to acquire the entire issued share capital of Triton Digital Canada - the parent company of Triton Digital - for a cash consideration of $185m (£134m) on Tuesday, subject to adjustment for normalised working capital.
Real estate investment trust A&J Mucklow Group saw profits soar in its first trading half thanks to some exceptionally positive asset revaluations.
Amazon is planning hundreds of layoffs at its Seattle headquarters and across its operations worldwide, a rare move following an eight-year long hiring spree which saw its Seattle workforce soar from 5,000 in 2010 to 40,000.
FinTech and banking business TruFin has announced its proposed admission to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange after successfully executing a conditional placing and subscription of shares.
National Milk Records (NMR) has reported a successful six months of trading with a drop in debt and strong growth in profits, amid increased demand for its screening services and a recovery in milk prices .
Chemicals business Itaconix saw revenues double in its recently wrapped up trading year, but still failed to turn a profit of any sort.
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Interserve is coming under particularly close attention by the government after the collapse of rival contractor Carillion, according to new reports.
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