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'Imperial chiefs paid themselves over £6m'
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Posted: 9/28/2003 9:19:48 AM

By: David Marchant

An article with the above headline and a sub-headline of 'Investors face paltry payout after losing £220m in collapse of financial group' was published in the Independent on Sunday newspaper on September 28, 2003.

It can be viewed free of charge at http://news.independent.co.uk/business/news/story.jsp?story=447623.

David Marchant


 

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