By John Waples, John Waples 1 June 2001
Twelve years ago, Mould and Vaughan banked a small fortune when they sold Arlington Securities, the business park specialist, to British Aerospace for £278m. In doing so, the pair gave a clear signal that they valued hard cash more than share certificates.
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