Bricks and Vinegar

Treadgold, Tim
February 2006
Forbes Asia;2/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p32
The article presents an interview with Len Buckeridge, owner of home building company BGC Group, on the sale of his company. When asked why he wants to dispose his profitable company, he replied that he just do not want to come to work every day. Buckeridge started his business by setting up a windowmaking factory. The company's profit margins is higher than 7% in building materials but lower in housing.


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