[Interactive Investor] - Panmure Gordon said it views the stock as not expensive but added: "We struggle to identify catalysts for outperformance and we reiterate our 'hold' recommendation and 1800p target price." Meanwhile, Nigel Parson at Evolution Securities said the
[Peterborough Today] - Gordon said: “My mission was to preserve and future-proof the trilogy for new generations to enjoy. “I'd love to see the people who first watched it back in the 1960s enjoy it again in pristine digital quality with their grandchildren.
[The Guardian (blog)] - Commenting on the new chief executive Philip Dorgan at Panmure Gordon said: The appointment of a new chief executive with the right global brand pedigree at this stage of Mulberry's growth cycle makes perfect sense to us. This should enable it to move
[Linex Legal (press release) (registration)] - David Aitken, Practice Group Leader of the Rural and Regional Team at Slater & Gordon said the decision by the Council to allow the Grey Gum Café to continue trading was a win for common sense. “Kim and John fought the closure order on the basis they
[Fresh Business Thinking] - This new evidence demonstrates BOGOFs are not to blame," British Retail Consortium Head of Environment, Bob Gordon, said. "The amount of food waste produced by households has been coming down — with the help of retailers — but there's more to do.
[Bourne Local] - Gordon said: “It felt great to give the hampers away. “What we have done is prove what can be achieved if all the shops in Bourne work together. “Times are changing constantly and we have to learn how to change with them. “Thank you to everyone who
[Bourne Local] - Gordon said children particularly enjoyed the funfair and the bungee jumping and the stallholders were pleased with how it went. He said: “There were lots of delicious smells wafting from the continental market and they were saying they would be
[Crawley Observer] - Gordon said: “He was a lovely little fellow. He took people at face value and me and my wife Marcella will certainly miss him a great deal. “He was a perennial Lib Dem candidate in Pound Hill North and come second on more than a few occasions.
[Leigh Today] - Gordon said: “Before we moved in this was a very deprived area of town, and now it's alive and vibrant, and the two new businesses have both settled in very well. “Given the financial climate, I think what we have achieved is nothing short of
[Thurrock Gazette] - Gordon said: “I've been a manager for 20 years now and I believe that Lee is the next generation. “I know the usual suspects are interested in the job, but I'd be happy to see Lee get it and I'll help him to try and turn things round quickly.
[Driffield Today] - Defence barrister David Gordon said Gresham suffered a catastrophic head injury when he was 15. Now 24, he took drugs to relieve pain. “The word tragic is often over used, but this is a tragic case,” said Mr Gordon. “It is a serious case where the