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September 9, 2010

Danish toy manufacturer Lego recorded double-digit growth across all markets when the company reported its first-half results on 8 September.

Danish toy manufacturer Lego recorded double-digit growth across all markets when the company reported its first-half results on 8 September.

Boosted by unexpectedly high sales figures of the new Atlantis brand, revenues at the family-owned company increased 34% to DKK 5.88 billion (€789 million) compared to the same period last year. Net profits for the first half of 2010 were DKK 1.12 billion compared with DKK 684 million for the same period in 2009.

August 23, 2010

Despite wider problems in the global automobile industry, classical carmaker Morgan Motor Company has recorded strong results, as demand for its iconic convertible remains strong.

Despite wider problems in the global automobile industry, classical carmaker Morgan Motor Company has recorded strong results, as demand for its iconic convertible remains strong.

According to a report in the Financial Times that cited Company House numbers, the Malvern, Worcestershire-based company saw full-year 2009 pre-tax profit treble to £661,209 on turnover of £26.8m, up from £22.1m the year before.

August 5, 2010

News Corp reported a sharp improvement in performance on the back of buoyant pay-TV revenues.

News Corp reported a sharp improvement in performance on the back of buoyant pay-TV revenues.
 
The global media group controlled by the Murdoch family reported a fiscal fourth quarter net profit of $875 million, compared with a loss of $203 million in the same period a year ago.
 
News Corp's pay-TV businesses now account for more than a half of the company's operating income, with profits from the segment tripling in the last five years.
 

June 2, 2010

Jean Cassegrain, the third-generation CEO of luxury retailer Longchamp, said he sees little for the company to be concerned about after positive sales in Europe and the successful launch of a new line during the first half of 2010.

Jean Cassegrain, the third-generation CEO of luxury retailer Longchamp, said he sees little for the company to be concerned about after positive sales in Europe and the successful launch of a new line during the first half of 2010.

January 28, 2008

Financial results unveiled by family-owned drinks firm Pernod Ricard have been described as “historic” by the group’s chairman and CEO, Patrick Ricard, a second-generation member of the France-based family.

Financial results unveiled by family-owned drinks firm Pernod Ricard have been described as "historic" by the group's chairman and CEO, Patrick Ricard (pictured), a second-generation member of the France-based family.

Consolidated net sales for the period 1st July–31 December 2007 increased by 5.9% to €3.7 million. The company identified the growth as resulting from outstanding organic growth, the loss in value of the US dollar, and its disposal of the Rich & Rare business.

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