Hachette’s hawk gets its claws into more than just the pigeons


When Hachette moved into fancy new offices at Carmelite House, 60 Victoria Embankment, last year, some fuss was made of the rooftop garden and how the publisher had procured its very own hawk to keep the pigeons from spoiling the peace and tranquillity.

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