By Jamie Bennett-Ness2022-11-25T09:22:00
Source: Shutterstock/James W Copeland
Shareholders in Purplebricks will vote on whether to oust the firm’s long-serving chairman Paul Pindar next month after being forced to call a general meeting by an activist investor.
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