$4 Billion Bid to Consolidate U.K. Betting Industry FailsBy
888, Rank say William Hill refused to ‘meaningfully engage’
Two sides had disagreed on value of U.K.’s biggest bookmaker
Two U.K. betting companies abandoned their pursuit of William Hill Plc, the country’s biggest bookmaker, after it rejected an increased 3.1 billion-pound ($4 billion) bid that would have accelerated consolidation of the British gambling industry.
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