Shares: Taking Stock
Thursday 11 July 1996
On Ofex, a reverse takeover is underway. London chef Sebastian Snow is pumping two restaurants, B Square at Battersea and Snow's on the Green, Hammersmith, into Mulberries, a struggling business services company where the Wiggins property group has a near 30 per cent interest. Mulberries shares rose 0.25p to 1p. Australian tycoon Kerry Packer will have an interest in the new group.
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