Time Out – 2018 results argue “significant progress”… but it’s again vast cash guzzling from another Woodford dog
By Steve Moore | Thursday 28 March 2019
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Media and food and cultural markets group Time Out (TMO) has announced results for 2018, with CEO Julio Bruno emphasising “in light of the progress made in 2018, we are confident in the outlook for the group in the year ahead. 2019 will be a transformative year”. The shares have currently responded... er, slightly lower to 90p – and comparing to a 150p June 2016 IPO…
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