Most investors see high-tech as a licence to go bust, but one company advertised for sale in the Financial Times sounds as if it has found the philosopher’s stone, or at least the late Lord Thomson’s notorious licence to print money: it describes itself as a high-tech company in southeast England with a UKP1.4m turnover and own manufacturers range of profitable profits with sound customer base.
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