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Now is the time for INM shareholders to stand up and make their feelings known

As Independent News & Media’s agm looms, the question of how it is run should be high on investors’ agendas

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

6th May, 2018

The circus that is now Independent News & Media returns to the High Court next week as the company tries to see off an attempt by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) to have inspectors appointed to investigate the various matters that have dogged the publisher in recent months.

Expect the courtroom to be packed once again. When the two sides came before the High Court in early April, it was standing-room...

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