Sleeping giants wake up to ICG’s fortunes

After a year of takeover deadlock, ICG’s share price still remains healthy and speculation is mounting that a fresh bid for the ferry company could be on the way.

13th September, 2008

After a year of takeover deadlock, ICG’s share price still remains healthy and speculation is mounting that a fresh bid for the ferry company could be on the way.

The turbulent takeover battle for Irish Continental Group (ICG), which dominated the summer of 2007, has been docked for almost a year now. But the company is in good shape and some in the market believe it is still an attractive target. However, the...

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