How can Sky compete with a company with ancillary businesses that allowed it to subsidise losses in streaming? asked one shareholder at the pay-TV provider's annual meeting yesterday morning.

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Nobody needed to be told who the retail investor was talking about: Spark, whose relatively robust profits from its core business give it the financial wherewithal for a drawn-out sports rights

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