Wednesday September 30, 2020

Oh really, O’Reilly?

Ailing luxury goods group Waterford Wedgwood sent its annual report to long-suffering shareholders last week.

15th September, 2007

Ailing luxury goods group Waterford Wedgwood sent its annual report to long-suffering shareholders last week.

The report is eagerly awaited by most shareholders, as it provides company chairman Tony O’Reilly with a suitable platform to reassure them that, no matter how bad things get, Waterford’s future is bright and the long-overdue recovery is just around the corner.

Although the company has been considered a sinking ship inmost quarters for some time,...

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