Mitchells & Butlers

From the ashes: Ye Olde Six Bells in Horley to reopen

Fire damaged Vintage Inns pub to reopen

By Nicholas Robinson

Historic Vintage Inns pub the Ye Olde Six Bells in Horley, Surrey, is to reopen on 6 December after being severely damaged and closed by a fire in the spring.

Strong performance: Mitchells & Butlers announces its trading results

Drinks sales drive M&B performance

By Emily Hawkins

Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) announced its sales have outperformed the market, thanks to a boost in drinks sales this summer.

Success stories: five pub apprentices explain how they have got stuck into their careers

What is it like being a pub apprentice?

By Emily Hawkins

During National Apprenticeship Week last week (4-9 March), The Morning Advertiser spoke to apprentices in the pub business about their experiences of the industry and their highlights so far.

Yearly results: Mitchells & Butlers has reported an increase in like-for-like sales and pre-tax profits

Profit boost for Mitchells & Butlers

By Emily Hawkins

Mitchells & Butlers has reported an increase in its pre-tax profits while its adjusted operating profits dropped slightly, in its yearly financial results.

Ratings rise: HSBC has upgraded its ratings for Mitchells & Butlers and Greene King

Pubcos' ratings upgraded by HSBC

By Emily Hawkins

HSBC has upgraded its ratings for Mitchells & Butlers and Greene King despite a mixed performance because of wet weather conditions earlier this year.

Pubs take lead in price rises

Analysis

Pubs take lead in price rises

By MC Allegra FS

The latest menu pricing analysis conducted by M&C Allegra Foodservice has shown greater price rises in the pub sector than in restaurants or fast-food outlets.

Young's Stephen Goodyear says drinks sales up 7.1%

Young's

Revenue up 7% for Young's

By Mark Wingett

Young’s has this morning reported a 6.5% increase in like-for-like sales across its managed estate in the year leading up 30 March, with total revenue up 7.6%.

Zonal has moved to a new HQ in Edinburgh

EPOS supplier Zonal expects turnover to top £50m

By John Harrington, M&C Report

Zonal, the electronic point of sale (EPOS) supplier to the hospitality and leisure sector, expects full-year turnover to grow from £41.3m to £52m in the year to 30 June 2014 as the group expands its operations and continues to innovate.