Analysis: How green is DSV's Green Logistics initiative?
At the November Glasgow climate conference, COP26, the Danish government along with other states and ...
The immediate thought that sprang to my mind after news broke this week that Peter Ulber, chairman of Panalpina, would not be re-elected next year was: let the fun begin now.
Does it mean Panalpina will be taken over, or embrace more aggressive financial engineering?
I doubt it, although its latest bond issuance was a pleasant surprise.
While the share price has risen in the past couple of days, after some initial broader market-induced weakness, I was more interested in what the announcement ...
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