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FTSE LIVE: Fox hikes bid for Sky; Burberry UK sales knocked; Sainsbury's names new chairman

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FTSE LIVE: Fox hikes bid for Sky; Burberry UK sales knocked; Sainsbury's names new chairmanRupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox has upped its bid for Sky to £14 a share, while luxury fashion group Burberry said weak sales in the UK were offset by high tourist demand in Hong Kong,
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News video: Fox Raises Sky Offer as Bidding Contest With Comcast Heats Up

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Jul.11 -- Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox Inc. boosted its bid for Sky Plc, topping a rival offer from Comcast Corp. in the battle or control of Britain’s top pay-TV company. Joe Mayes reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

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