Saga progresses expansion of its travel business The travel and insurance company for the over-50s said strong pre-sales for cruise ship holidays had encouraged it to confirm the purchase of another ship, the Spirit of Adventure. Profits before tax were £103m for the six months to July 2017, down 6.3%. Read more.

Indian restaurant brand Rola Wala targets international growth The company, which is led by co-founder Mark Wright, has signed a deal with an international franchise group that will see it launch in Dubai next year. The business, which has sites in London and Leeds, also aims to grow to up to 40 UK sites. Read more.

Sales at Princess Yachts nearly double as it plans £100m investment The business said that orders following the Cannes Yachting Festival reached a record £640m, up 85% on last year. The company is planning £100m investment to expand its product range and improve processes at its Plymouth head office. Read more.

Mitchells & Butlers grows sales despite poor weather The pub group, which owns brands including Harvester, Toby Carvery and All Bar One, reported a 2.9% rise in sales for the 51-week period to 16th September. Comparable drink sales in the most recent eight weeks dipped 1.2%. Read more.

Domino’s Pizza announces £15m share buyback scheme The buyback programme is part of a wider initiative to give capital back to shareholders. Domino's most recent results show that its sales rose 10.5% year-over-year in the 26 weeks ending 25th June. Read more.

Shepherd Neame grows pre-tax profits by 8% to £11.2m The pub group also reported that turnover rose nearly 12% to £156.2m in the year ending in June. CEO Jonathan Neame said "our strategic focus on investing for the long term" would stand the business in good stead. Read more.