on this week s ic companies and markets show editor john hughman talks to phil oakley about how the growth tap
On this week's IC Companies and Markets Show editor John Hughman talks to Phil Oakley about how the growth taps are running dry at JD Wetherspoon, while Tom Dines explains why shareholders have been left high and dry in the latest outsourcing collapse. https://t.co/gSbzlCnlDo
wetherspoon s pulls a dud pint of july jan profits down 14 to 63m citing higher labour costs 33m chairman tim
Wetherspoon's pulls a dud pint of July-Jan profits, down 14% to £63m, citing higher labour costs, +£33m. Chairman Tim Martin takes the opportunity to rail against unfair tax compared with off-sales, corporate governance rules, and in favour of Brexit...
digby jones like the wetherspoon chap appears on air so often because there are so few people even vaguely lin
Digby Jones, like the Wetherspoon chap, appears on air so often because there are so few people even vaguely linked to 'business' prepared to promote Brexit. His great strength is a pathological inability to understand how little he understands.