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Whitbread Says 64.25% Of Votes Cast In Favour To Approve Remuneration Report
Whitbread Says Total UK Accommodation Sales Down 60.9% In Qtr
Whitbread FY Statutory Loss Before Tax 1,007.4 Mln Stg
Whitbread PLC is a United Kingdom-based company, which owns and operates hotels and restaurants. The Company is organized into a single business segment, Premier Inn. Premier Inn provides services in relation to accommodation and food both in the United Kingdom and internationally. The Company's restaurant brands include Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Table Table, Cookhouse & Pub, Bar + Block, Premier Inn, hub and Thyme. The Company operates over 800 Premier Inn hotels and over 80,000 rooms across the United Kingdom. Its subsidiaries include Whitbread Group PLC, Premier Inn Hotels Limited, Premier Inn Kier Limited, Silk Street Hotels Limited, Elm Hotel Holdings Limited, Brickwoods Limited, Duttons Brewery Limited, and Silk Street Hotels Limited.
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Adam Alexander Crozier
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Group Finance Director, Executive Director
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Managing Director - Property and International
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* Shares top of UK's blue-chip index leader board (adds details of new reopenings, shares, background)
Premier Inn-owner Whitbread reported a 1 billion pound ($1.39 billion) annual loss on Tuesday but said it expects a significant bounce in staycation demand this summer as COVID-19 curbs in Britain are relaxed.
Premier-Inn owner Whitbread reported on Tuesday an annual loss of about $1.4 billion after COVID-19 curbs crimped all major travel in Britain for most of 2020, and said it expects a "significant" bounce in leisure demand in the summer.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread said on Thursday it expects to cut significantly fewer jobs at its hotels and restaurants than the 6,000 job cuts it announced in September.
Pub operator Marston's launched consultations on up to 2,150 job losses this month, while J D Wetherspoon accused the British government of panicking with new coronavirus restrictions it said could damage the entire economy.
* H1 pretax loss of 724.7 mln pounds vs profit of 219.9 mln pounds
Premier-Inn owner Whitbread reported a loss for the first half on Tuesday and said market performance has slowed since early October after the government instructed people to work from home and imposed new regional lockdowns.
* UK accommodation sales ahead of market since reopening (Adds detail on sales, costs, rival, shares, background)
* Proposes changes to ride out the coronavirus crisis (Adds details on proposed changes, background)
Premier Inn-owner Whitbread said on Wednesday it may cut around 250 head office roles as part of proposed changes to its organisational structure, while navigating through the coronavirus crisis which had earlier shut all of its hotels.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1330 GMT on Monday:
Premier Inn owner Whitbread said on Friday activist investor Elliott Capital Advisors disclosed a stake of below 5% in the company.
Elliott Advisors has become increasingly frustrated with Whitbread Plc's strategy of owning Premier Inn hotels outright and wants the company to offload chunks of its 5.8 billion pound ($7.64 billion) property portfolio, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread Plc , which has sold off its Costa coffee chain, on Tuesday flagged lower demand for hotel rooms in Britain, hit by Brexit uncertainty and the effects of growing competition.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread Plc said on Tuesday it expects weak room revenue growth in the UK for the ongoing year due to weak market demand.
Whitbread Plc will buy back an additional 2 billion pounds ($2.58 billion) of shares using proceeds from its sale of the Costa Coffee chain to Coca Cola Co , the owner of Premier Inn said on Wednesday.
* Expanding Premier Inn chain in UK and Germany (Adds details on German market, analysts comments, shares)
British restaurant and hotel owner Whitbread Plc said on Friday it has received clearance from the European Union for sale of the Costa coffee chain to Coca-Cola Co.
Britain's Whitbread Plc said on Thursday that Chinese authorities have approved the sale of its Costa coffee chain to Coca-Cola.
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