Friday November 27, 2020

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Greencore hopes that offloading some of its underperforming - and controversial - business interests will make it more attractive to investors, writes Samantha McCaughren

21st November, 2009

Liam Carroll has long held a 29.8 per cent stake in sandwich maker Greencore, a fact which has scared off investors over the past few years. On Friday evening, brokers were preparing to put together an order book for that stake, a development which would no doubt be welcomed by company management.

There had been speculation in recent days that the Greencore stake could be the next to go on the market after Carroll’s Irish Continental...

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