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Hanson - end of an era

2 November 2004 By Hugo Dixon

The UK raider was an agent of change putting the fear of God into sluggish companies. He was a sort of corporate equivalent of Thatcher. Hanson’s model of a conglomerate as a hostile bid machine was not durable. But at least he had the sense to break it up.

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