Whitbread Sees 45% Increase in Premier Inn Rooms

April 30 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew Harrison, chief executive officer of Whitbread Plc, the U.K. owner of Costa coffee stores and Premier Inn hotels, discusses plans for expansion as full-year profit rose 11 percent to 356.5 million pounds ($552 million). He talks with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)

Vitol CEO: Iran Is Back in the Market and We’re Buying
49:21 - The world’s largest independent oil trader said it’s "business as normal" with Iran as Vitol Group BV confirmed it has already bought oil from the country after the end of economic sanctions. “We’ve bought some, yes we have,” Vitol Chief Executive Officer Ian Taylor told Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote in an interview at the company’s London headquarters. “We’ve bought a bit of everything really. Bit of products, bit of condensate. It’s very much business as normal.”
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