Last year was decidedly mixed for online gaming company 888 Holdings as it dealt with the fall-out of a failed approach from Ladbrokes, as well as booking more than $25m (£15.7m) in impairment and restructuring charges. However, it is the company's efforts to return to an increasingly regulated US poker and casino market that sent the shares to a 14-month high.
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