By James Whitmore, James Whitmore James Whitmore 02 June 2006
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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