Market Talk with Ian Guider
Greencore has been a stock market favourite for years, but there are signs that it has taken its eye off the ball of late
Greencore has consistently been one of the darlings of the stock market. Investors have liked its transformation story over the last decade and a half. That shift, set in motion by David Dilger from the old Irish Sugar Company, has continued at speed under his successor Patrick Coveney.
If someone buys a sandwich, salad, quiche or sushi in Britain, it is likely to have been made by Greencore. It is the biggest sandwich- maker in...
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