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    Scientific Games Corporation has promoted the head of its interactive division, Barry Cottle, to the position of president and CEO from June this year.

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    Gaming supplier Scientific Games saw its second quarter revenue rise 10 percent to $844.7 million, marking the company’s 11th quarter of consecutive year-on-year growth. The strong Q2 revenue was reflected by $50.6 million in revenue from NYX, along with growth in all four of its business segments. Net loss for the group narrowed to $5.8 […]

    Scientific Games net loss widens, revenue gains

    Scientific Games reported its Q3 net loss widened due to restructuring and other charges, though revenue gained. Revenue was up 7 percent to $821.0 million, helped by growth in the Lottery and Social businesses. The net loss widened to $351.6 million from $59.3 million a year earlier on restructuring and other charges of $338.7 million, […]
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