It all got a bit too much for one nine-year old, who had to run off to vomit after devouring 'delicacies'' such as crickets, ants and pigeon burgers.
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Monday 23 August 2004
Is the management team at Rentokil Initial considering a break-up of the group? That is the question to which most analysts in the City will want an answer when the group posts its interim results on Thursday.
Sunday 22 August 2004
It may be summer, but don't make the mistake of thinking the newsflow has dried up. Blue-chip announcements aren't abundant but there are still some key updates for investors to get their teeth into.
Thursday 19 August 2004
Rentokil shares fell yesterday on the growing expectation that the support services company will not announce a significant disposals programme next week.
Wednesday 18 August 2004
Hilton was the flavour of the day among City traders yesterday as they piled into the stock, convinced that next week's interim results from the gaming and hotels giant are set to impress.
Tuesday 10 August 2004
Could Rentokil Initial be about to break itself up? Deutsche Bank certainly seems to think so. The German broker highlighted yesterday that such a move could result in a massive return of cash to shareholders. In a note to clients, Deutsche said: "Given Rentokil's poor trading performance, the board may consider a full break-up of the company. This could lead to a huge share buy-back."
Wednesday 28 July 2004
The chief executive of Rentokil followed its chairman out of the door yesterday, completing a clean sweep of the top management at the pest control to tropical plants group.
Friday 28 May 2004
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Friday 30 August 2002
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