City View: James Whitmore

Three years ago DTZ chief executive Mark Struckett was forced on to the defensive when his company's share price was languishing at around 50p, valuing it at a paltry £28m.Today the shares trade at a record high of more than 700p, which is a rise of 60% since the start ...

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