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Cost cutting helps Costa-owner Whitbread boost profits
Market share gains at both its flagship Costa and Premier Inn brands helped Whitbread raise revenues and profits by around 7 per cent in its fiscal first half, allowing the group to lift its interim dividend.
Whitbread: wake up and smell not much more coffee  
Costa sales slow as Whitbread signals new era of coffee drinking  
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