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28 June 2018 By Carol Ryan

Top shareholder Nissin’s stake in the Mr Kipling maker has fared poorly, but a beneficial commercial deal ensures its support. With activist Oasis pushing for CEO Gavin Darby’s ouster, it’s time for the Tokyo-based company to start thinking like an investor.

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