Lord Kirkham will stay if his bid for DFS fails

March 2004
Cabinet Maker;3/12/2004, Issue 5379, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on DFS executive chairman Lord Kirkham's takeover bid for the Great Britain furniture store chain. Plan of running the company even if his offer fails; Worth of the offer.


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