INTERNET gambling firm 888 Holdings said takeover talks with Ladbrokes were still ongoing as it bolstered its negotiating position with strong final-quarter sales. The company, which offers casino, poker and sport betting, said an announcement regarding a potential deal with Ladbrokes would be made when appropriate - following reports that discussions had hit difficulties over the tabled price.
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