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Waterford red alert

Hopes for a turnaround in the luxury goods company’s fortunes have faded as it scrambles for cash.

13th October, 2007

Hopes for a turnaround in the luxury goods company’s fortunes have faded as it scrambles for cash.

The Waterford Wedgwood shareholders who turned up at the struggling luxury goods group’s agm last week were rewarded with a free bottle of Waterford’s new own brand wine to take home.

It appeared to many of them that, after wiping out so much of their money on the back of a share...

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